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The 2012 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards has recognized Lynn-Idora Edmond, a senior at Commack High School. Lynn was presented with a bronze Distinguished Finalist medallion to commemorate this prestigious award for outstanding acts of volunteerism.

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Second Precinct Police Officers received a 911 call at 8:59 a.m. and responded to 7 Loret Lane in East Northport where they found James Schultz, 31, of that address, dead from a self inflicted gunshot wound.

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The Northport Symphony Orchestra and the New York Chapter of the American String Teachers Association Invite String Players to a Free Reading Session of Music by J.S. Bach

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William Bailey was driving a 1994 GMC Jimmy westbound on W. 21st Street when he stopped at the stop sign at the intersection of West Hills Road at 12:50 p.m. Bailey attempted to proceed westbound on W. 21st Street when his GMC collided with a Yamaha motorcycle that was traveling southbound on West Hills Road.

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Parade will kick off just north of the Huntington Train Station along New York Avenue before turning west onto Main Street ending at Saint Patrick’s Church

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The number of Congressional districts in New York is being reduced by 2 seats to 27 as a result of the 2010 Census. NY lawmakers were unable to agree on new Congressional districts so the leaders of the Legislature made separate proposals to a magistrate appointed by a panel of federal judges.

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Councilman Mark Mayoka’s Crisis Mapping is Moving Forward 
Councilman Mark Mayoka first introduced Crisis Mapping as a tool to reduce crime in Huntington in a meeting at Jack Abrams Intermediate School, on April 28, 2010.  He is pleased to announce the launch of Huntington’s first crisis mapping initiative which will allow the reporting of blight, the […]

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Thomas J. Lahey Elementary School in the Harborfields Central School District is honored to congratulate fifth-grade science teacher Alison Hagen Kraham on her recent recognition as the Dowling College and News 12 Long Island Educator of the Month.

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Silver Alert – Update

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Volden Chung has been located, unharmed.  A Suffolk County Police Canine officer today located a missing woman who suffers from dementia. A Silver Alert was issued for Volden Chung, 72, of Virginia Beach, Virginia, who was last seen at a residence on Fruitwood Lane in Commack on March 9. An extensive search was conducted by […]

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Supervisor Frank Petrone has called a special Town Board meeting to consider the rezoning requested to allow the development known as the Residences at Oheka Castle.

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