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Huntington Teachers and Students Travel to Peru

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A group of Huntington High School teachers and students traveled to Peru during the district’s mid-winter vacation for a week filled with educational adventure and historical and cultural exploration.
The strictly private journey was not sponsored or underwritten by the school district in any way. The teenagers – 36 in all – traveled with art/photography teacher […]

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Spencer Kicks Off Diabetic-Friendly Food Drive

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Suffolk County Legislator William Spencer kicked-off his Healthy Communities Initiative with a first of its kind Diabetic-Friendly Food Drive.  His initiative will include a series of programs that will educate and inspire the public to live healthier and happier lives.  With an eye on prevention and education, Legislator Spencer is working with the Suffolk County […]

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A Hero’s Welcome

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Commack Girl Scout Troop 265 baked tons of goodies for the many community members, local groups, friends and family that were waiting to welcome home PFC Matthew Leavens (US ARMY) at Long Island MacArthur Airport. What a great experience for the girls to be at a Hometown Hero Welcome!
Photos by Julie Hecht

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South Huntington Teachers Make Concessions

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A readiness to do what is right for the community is what’s needed most in these difficult times, and the South Huntington Board of Education is very pleased to announce that the teachers union has done just that. The Board of Education has been in negotiations with the teachers union for months, and late-breaking news […]

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Recharge NY Helping Local Business

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Assemblyman Jim Conte announced that several area businesses will be awarded the first round of lower-cost power allocations under the ReCharge NY (RNY) program, which Assemblyman Conte helped pass into law last year.
 “ReChargeNew Yorkprovides companies and nonprofits with reliable, low-cost power to promote economic development and job creation throughout our state,” said Conte. “By lowering […]

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Huntington’s Distinguished Seniors Honored at Dinner

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This year’s Distinguished Seniors Dinner at Huntington High School honored the top 63 students in the Class of 2012. Over the course of the evening, the exceptional teenagers themselves recognized a group of teachers who have meant the most to them through the years.
A crowd numbering more than 200 filled Louis D. Giani Gymnasium for […]

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Teen Injured in Fall While Setting Up Zip-Line

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A 12-year-old Dix Hills boy suffered serious traumatic injuries after falling about 20-feet from the top of a ladder leaning against a tree while setting up a zip-line in his backyard on Landview Drive, Friday evening, May 4, at approximately 6:45 p.m.  The Dix Hills Fire Department responded and Rescue Squad Paramedics treated the youth, […]

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The Village Board of Huntington Bay unanimously adopted the 2012 budget presented by Mayor Herb Morrow at the April 23rd meeting. The budget calls for a 2.2% increase in spending and a 1.4% increase in the Tax Rate. The Mayor presented a plan for the next three years which would reduce the Tax Rate in […]

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Multi Family Garage Sale May 6

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The Huntingtonian will advertise your garage sale. Send the information to tips@thehuntingtonian.com.

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Mobile Pet Van Crashes

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On May 4th at approximately 11:50 am the Mobile Pet Van was driving west on Jericho Turnpike in Huntington Station near Cavilair Autobody.  According to a witness the Van did not see the Flatbed Truck stopped in the right lane. The witness stated that the Van was going approximately 35 mph. The Driver was trapped in […]

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