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Stage Fright Opens at Carriage House Theater

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The Arena Players Repertory Theater will present Charles Marowitz’s Stage Fright at the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum’s Carriage House Theater, opening March 30 and running through April 22. Performances will be at 8:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, 3:00 p.m. on Sunday. 
In this tale, a leading drama critic, notorious for his venomous reviews, is led […]

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Bellone Nominates Private Sector Professional to Lead Economic Development

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone nominated Joanne Minieri to serve as his Deputy County Executive for Economic Development and Commissioner of Economic Development and Planning.  This is the first public sector position for Minieri who worked from 1995-2011 for Forest City Ratner, one of the largest developers in the New York metropolitan area, serving as […]

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I left last nights meeting thinking to myself, Wow, what a knowledgeable group of people who really get it and have a desire to roll up their sleeves and fix the problems.  Unfortunately I am not talking about the well paid experts behind the podium who have brought us to this point.  I am talking about […]

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Town Press Release: Comptroller Submits Resignation

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Tracy Yogman leaves for job in not-for-profit sector after four years with Town. 
Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone announced today that Tracy Yogman, the director of the Department of Audit and Control, has accepted a position in the not-for-profit sector and will be resigning, effective April 20. 
 Tracy has provided invaluable service to the Town over the […]

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Huntington Library Elections by Carol Oberlander

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This letter is to express my complete confidence in Paul Ehrlich for Huntington Library Trustee. I have known Paul and Laurie and their family for over 25 years. They have close connections to the town of Huntington. Laurie’s father worked in the schools and the entire family has much pride in our town. Laurie is […]

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Huntington Library Elections by Resident Jeffrey Moss

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To Whom It May Concern:
As a frequent patron of the Huntington library, at both the Station Branch and the Main Branch, I will be casting a vote for Jairo Sanin for Library Trustee on Tuesday April 3rd and encourage all library district residents to do likewise. Jairo is an extremely active volunteer in […]

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Commack Firefighters Battle Trailer Fire

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The Commack Fire Department was alerted to multiple calls reporting a structure fire in the vicinity of Crooked Hill Road near the old Commack Multiplex Theater on Sunday night, March 25, at approximately 9:30 p.m.
 
Upon arrival, Commack Fire Chief Kieran Keane located a fully involved fire in a trailer next to a commercial building on Henry […]

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Clothing Sales Tax Exemption Begins In April

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Assemblyman Jim Conte (R, I, C, WF-Huntington Station) today announced that New York State’s sales tax exemption for clothing and footwear costing under $110 will be reinstated April 1st, 2012.  Conte, an ardent supporter of a lower tax rate to stimulate business growth, is pleased to see this restriction on both companies and consumers being […]

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Town Comptroller Resigns

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Commack Students Honored With President’s Award

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Commack Middle School students Joseph Materia and Alexa Svensson were selected as local honorees of the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards for their exemplary volunteer work. These outstanding, hard-working volunteers have now earned additional recognition as recipients of the President’s Volunteer Service Award.

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