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At the January 10th Huntington Town Board meeting, Mr. Larry Kelly addressed the members of the Board regarding this past election and the malicious campaign waged against Herb Morrow, Gene Cook, and Liz Black. Mr. Kelly, an attorney from Islip and a consultant to the 2010 Congressional campaign of John Gomez, is no stranger to […]

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 On Tuesday, January 17, students of Oldfield Middle School in the Harborfields Central School District took part in the first round of the 24th annual National Geographic Bee, sponsored this year by Google.
Round one was a school-level competition in which students answered geographical questions orally. Eighth grader James Tully took first place in the school […]

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One of Long Island’s newest watershed protection groups is fighting to stay alive in order to implement the important objective of improving water quality in our local harbors. The Oyster Bay Cold Spring Harbor Protection Committee is comprised of local municipal entities, which include Suffolk County, Nassau County, the Towns of Huntington and Oyster Bay, […]

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The Arena Players Children’s Theatre presents a delightful production of “The Tale of the Frog Prince” at the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum’s Carriage House Theater on Saturdays at 3:00 p.m. now through February 26.
Performances are every Saturday at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for children ages three and older. For further information […]

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 In an hotly contested battle, Whitman’s Girls Basketball team beat rival Northport 48-41 in the Coaches vs Cancer Basketball game on Tuesday evening. With the score knotted at 11 ending the first quarter, Whitman’s defense allowed only 4 points to end the first half up by 11. “I thought the 2nd quarter was our most […]

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 Suffolk County Police today arrested two men and a juvenile for burglarizing a Huntington Station church early this morning.
 Second Precinct Patrol officers responded to an alarm call at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church located at 11 Ogden Ct. at 2:18 a.m. Arriving officers found broken windows and an open door to the church. After an investigation, […]

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Harborfields School District, Washington Drive Primary School, in conjunction with the PTA Green Committee chaired by Jennifer Totten, has once again taken part in an exciting school-wide recycling program.  
Approximately four years ago, teacher Jacinta Pisano introduced the idea of collecting Capri Sun-type juice pouches and sending them to Terracycle, a company that upcycles them […]

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Suffolk County Legislator William Spencer has been tapped by Presiding Officer William Lindsay to serve on three very important Legislative Committees in 2012.  Spencer has been named as the Chairman of the Health Committee, Vice-Chairman of the Government Operations, Personnel, Housing and Consumer Protection Committee and a member of Public Safety Committee.  Legislator Spencer’s participation […]

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 Huntington High School Key Club Plans February 10th Talent Show to Help Local Leukemia Patient Kaila Harlan and Family.
The Huntington community has opened its hearts and its pocketbooks to help one of its own to pay for her uncovered medical bills.
Kaila Harlan, a 2009 graduate of Huntington High School, had just finished her second year of […]

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Black history Month by Reverend Jerry Artis
Here we are again at the month of February, called Black History Month. There are a few negative connotations about this designation that I shall deal with shortly. I choose to dwell on the positives and I believe in sharing. I don’t mind sharing with the ground hogs, the […]

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