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Welcome!

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The staff at thehuntingtonian.com welcomes you to this new site. We look forward to serving your needs and having a little fun along the way. Hopefully you will notice that we are taking a little different approach to reporting. We want to give a few more facts and ideas than you would normally find in an online […]

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Introducing Herb Morrow

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Herb Morrow currently serves as the Mayor of the Village of Huntington Bay. He joined the Village Board in 1993 as a Trustee. He was first elected Mayor in 1994 and in June 2010 was elected to his ninth, two year term. The Village Mayor in Huntington Bay, like many other Villages throughout New York […]

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Google buys Motorola

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Google Inc. agreed to acquire Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. for about $12.5 billion in cash today, allowing the creator of the fast-growing Android mobile operating system to build its own smartphones, tablets and providing 17,000 more patents (7,500 other in the works) to defend against a rash of lawsuits. Two weeks ago Google also purchased […]

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Out of The Race!

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A press release from Peter Nichols says: I have requested that the Suffolk County Libertarian Party withdraw my name from consideration for a town board seat due to certain developments that have occurred during the current petitioning process. However, through my own organization,  SaveHuntington.com, I will continue to work with those voters who feel disenfranchised by the […]

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Fire Devastates Melville Home

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(Melville,NY) In the middle of a gorgeous summer day, a raging fire swept through a home on Rainer Street in Melville on Saturday. The two story home is located in the Triangle Section of Melville bordered by Old Country Road, New York Ave and Melville Road. Investigators were trying to determine the cause of the […]

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On August 9, 2011 a Democratic judge along with a Democratic attorney managed to knock Gene Cook off the Republican line of the Nov 2011 Town Hall election ballot. Vivienne Wong, brought the successful lawsuit about, although many sources speculate that there are several other parties that are behind the lawsuit and encouraging Wong to […]

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On Monday August 8, 2011, the Long Island Sound Study Citizen’s Advisory Committee (LISS CAC) held the first ever Bi-State Legislative Workshop about the Long Island Sound. The workshop was held in Port Jefferson at the Village Center. The focus of the workshop was to discuss and implement a two year action plan to protect […]

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Free Bowling for Kids

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For the past few summers AMF Bowling has been offering free bowling for kids to encourage business during their slow season.  The program runs until September 5 and it is not too late to sign up.   Patrons are required to pay for shoes.
Commmack Lanes at 2183 Jericho Turnpike, is taking registration for a Beginners League.  It […]

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NYSDOT Project in Melville

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The New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) has been busy in Melville. The first of three projects (extending 1.74 miles along NY Route 110 between the I-495 South Service Road to Arrowwood Lane) slated for the area is complete (outlined in red in map). The present $55,700,000 project (outlined in orange) involves the reconstruction and […]

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Ice Cream Pie

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This recipe is delicious, quick and easy, and it can be ready to eat in no time. It is perfect to make for impromptu company since all the ingredients can be kept on hand. Simple, impressive and a real crowd pleaser.
One graham cracker pie crust. (chocolate or shortbread would also work)
Any ice cream flavor of […]

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