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Students of Washington Drive Primary School in the Harborfields Central School District enthusiastically kicked off the Walk for a Wish fundraising drive. Walk for a Wish is an annual Harborfields event that benefits the Make-A-Wish Foundation. For the fifth consecutive year, participants of the event are invited to raise donations and walk around the track […]

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 Stephen Labate Comments on Receiving the Nomination from both the Republican and Conservative Committees of Nassau County:
I am deeply honored to accept the Nassau County Republican Committee and the Nassau County Conservative Committee nomination to run in Congressional District 3.
 The district may have changed, but the message of my campaign will not. Whether it is […]

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Saving lives through early detection. That’s the message the Louis J. Acompora Memorial Foundation and the Dominic A. Murray 21 Memorial Foundation work so hard to get out.  From the looks of Saturday’s crowd in Walt Whitman High School’s South Gymnasium, the message rang loud and clear. Parents obviously valued the opportunity to walk away […]

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The budget has passed. Paul Ehrlich will remain as library trustee.

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Jason Chisolm is a real go-getter. He’s a goal-oriented senior at Huntington High School with a keen mind, always learning, always stretching himself. The teenager has been called the “quintessential student” and has displayed a penchant for seeking out new opportunities and endless avenues for personal growth.
The Huntington High School community is a very diverse place. […]

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 On Saturday morning, March 31 2012, hundreds gathered for the long awaited ground breaking ceremony at USMC 1st Lt. James Byler’s childhood home.
The Town of Huntington and Building Homes for Heroes have spent the past year raising funds and awareness and are now set to carry out major modifications and renovations to the house. 
Neighbors, local […]

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Councilwoman Susan Berland has said on multiple occasions that she “told the people at Citizens for Huntington Code Enforcement group that Don Pius’ houses are legal, there is nothing we can do. She publicly claimed to worked with this group consistently to help the community”. To say that Berland is mistaken with these comments is an understatement. […]

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If you have never reviewed your tax bill, you may be surprised by how much the library portion amounts to.  For example, the Library portion of  a homeowner in the Harborfields School District who is paying $15,000 a year in property taxes is paying approximately $900 to the Harborfields Library.  That’s a lot of trips […]

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 On February 20, 2012, a woman who had been shopping at a store in the Huntington area found that her wallet had been stolen from her purse. The woman later learned that the credit cards that had been in her wallet were used by an unknown black female to make purchases at the Bloomingdale’s and […]

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The Huntington Manor Fire Department, Huntington Community First Aid Squad and Suffolk Police responded to the scene of a two-car collision that sent a Mitsubishi sedan careening through the front of Tattoo Lou’s shop on East Jericho Turnpike near Engelke Avenue in Huntington Station, Saturday night, March 31, at about 9:45 p.m.  Four occupants from […]

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