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The Huntington Housing Authority has a long history of poor public perception.  The only thing that has changed over the recent years is that the new leadership is well connected to our local politicians.  There are several laws that we know they are not complying with.  Compliance with other laws can’t be determined at this […]

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Family Movie Night At the YMCA

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All are Welcome to Dinner & A Movie at the Huntington YMCA
Thursday, December 29
5:30 Pizza, 6:30 show time
$2 Per person (children under 2 free)
$10 per Pizza Pie (must register in advance,  421-4242 ext 183
Bring snacks/goodies, Chairs/blankets (seating is on the floor)
Non-members welcome

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Act Of Kindness

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Suffolk County Legislator Jon Cooper presents a proclamation to Meghan Murphy, a fifth grader at Pulaski Road School in East Northport, in recognition of her selfless act of kindness in donating 12 inches of her hair to “Locks of Love.”  This non-profit organization provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children in the United States and Canada […]

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Three men entered the A and D Jewelry and Stuff store, located at 1480A New York Ave., at approximately 4:30 p.m. and forced the clerk, who was working alone, to open the store’s safe.

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Letter From Chamber of Commerce

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Dear Chamber Members,
As we come to the end of another year, the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce would like to take this opportunity to wish each of you, your colleagues and your families the best that the holiday season has to offer. We extend our warmest wishes for a New Year filled with warmth, happiness […]

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Brendan Morrow is a contributer for The Huntingtonian. Brendan is a freshman at Hofstra University where he is studying Communications. He is 18 years old, a life long resident of Huntington Bay, and loves to write about and discuss television, film, and the entertainment industry.

I can’t imagine anyone better suited to direct The Girl With the […]

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Robert Freeman on E-mail Foils

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The Committee on Open Government is responsible for overseeing and advising with regard to the Freedom of Information Law (FOIL), Open Meetings, and Personal Privacy Protection Laws.  The Freedom of Information Law pertains to the public’s right to government records; the Open Meetings Law concerns the public’s right to attend meetings of public bodies. Both […]

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HMFD Battles Christmas Blaze

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While children were getting ready to open their Christmas presents from Santa, the Huntington Manor Fire Department responded to battle a blaze in a large shed at the rear of a home on Pidgeon Hill Road in South Huntington, on Sunday at about 7:30 a.m.  Fifty Huntington Manor firefighters responded with three engines, two ladder trucks, two heavy […]

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New Class of Police Recruits

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On Monday, December 26, Suffolk Police Commissioner Richard Dormer and county officials will swear in the next class of recruits who will begin their six-month training before becoming Suffolk County police officers.
 The class of 60 recruits is the last of the three classes included by County Executive Steve Levy in a 2010-2011 hiring plan for new […]

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Santa Claus recently arrived for a visit in Asharoken Village where he spread holiday greetings and hearty “Ho, Ho, Ho’s” to all.  Santa was escorted on his journey through the Village with Mayor Pat Irving on a sleigh from the Northport Fire Department, and an escort by the Asharoken Police Department.  Santa made a stop at Asharoken Village Hall, […]

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