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 Driving along Round Swamp road, there are signs proclaiming “save Sweet Hollow Park” attend town board meeting May 22nd!  Bring the kids!”
 At first blush, it sounds great, right? Save a park? Who would not want that?
Well, it is a bit more complicated than that. There is not yet any park called “Sweet Hollow Park”. It […]

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Events At Heckscher Museum of Art

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There are a variety events available for your enjoyment at the Heckscher Museum of Art.

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Movie Review: The Avengers

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The Avengers, the newest superhero film from Marvel which made over $200 million at the box office this weekend, is an example of a pretty risky experiment paying off better than anyone ever expected.

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 There are many real estate transactions that the Town of Huntington has been involved in, mostly through the CDA (Community Development Agency). Other transactions involve the HHA (Huntington Housing Authority). In evaluating each of these transactions many of them appear to be illogical and deserving some kind of scrutiny. Many of them are bad financial deals […]

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Mark Mayoka Promoting Small Business

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As you have seen in the past year, I have made several of my priorities come to fruition for the residents of the Town of Huntington.  I have stressed the need for capping our taxes and reducing our spending and debt.  I have worked hard to prevent the over development of Huntington by opposing projects […]

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Arena Players Children’s Theatre Presents Dorothy and the Land of Oz

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The Arena Players Repertory Theater will stage Dorothy and the Land of Oz at the Vanderbilt Carriage House Theatre every Saturday and Sunday through June 3, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m.
Come join Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion as they journey down the yellow brick road to see the Wizard of Oz in this […]

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Huntington Teachers and Students Travel to Peru

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A group of Huntington High School teachers and students traveled to Peru during the district’s mid-winter vacation for a week filled with educational adventure and historical and cultural exploration.
The strictly private journey was not sponsored or underwritten by the school district in any way. The teenagers – 36 in all – traveled with art/photography teacher […]

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Spencer Kicks Off Diabetic-Friendly Food Drive

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Suffolk County Legislator William Spencer kicked-off his Healthy Communities Initiative with a first of its kind Diabetic-Friendly Food Drive.  His initiative will include a series of programs that will educate and inspire the public to live healthier and happier lives.  With an eye on prevention and education, Legislator Spencer is working with the Suffolk County […]

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A Hero’s Welcome

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Commack Girl Scout Troop 265 baked tons of goodies for the many community members, local groups, friends and family that were waiting to welcome home PFC Matthew Leavens (US ARMY) at Long Island MacArthur Airport. What a great experience for the girls to be at a Hometown Hero Welcome!
Photos by Julie Hecht

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South Huntington Teachers Make Concessions

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A readiness to do what is right for the community is what’s needed most in these difficult times, and the South Huntington Board of Education is very pleased to announce that the teachers union has done just that. The Board of Education has been in negotiations with the teachers union for months, and late-breaking news […]

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