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3000 Unique Visitors – Thanks!

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Just a little over 2 months into this online newspaper we have just had our 3000th unique visitor. We are glad that you like what you are seeing. We appreciate your continued support.
Thanks,
The Huntingtonian Staff

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Frank Petrone for directing Ken Lindahl to send around a very detailed letter reminding folks that their lawn signs may be confiscated if they don’t follow the letter of the law regarding political signs.  We find this ironic especially during an election season where the lack of code enforcement in our town is a hot button issue.  […]

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Many of the East Coast’s top cross country teams gathered this past weekend for the Manhattan College Invitational, held in Van Cortlandt Park. In the 2.5-mile premier varsity event, Walt Whitman’s Boys Cross Country team took first place, in a race that featured over 32 teams from across the country. Whitman’s big win has earned […]

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South Huntington’s Excel Program students honored at a recent Board of Education meeting.

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Students from the South Huntington Excel Program, under the supervision of Mr. David Perkins, were featured in a documentary video produced by the New York State Department of Labor and the New York State Association of Training and Employment Professionals (NYATEP) that focused on work readiness skills that employers require and skills that today’s young […]

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Man Who Had Been Shot Before, Now Shot and Killed

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A Huntington man was shot and killed Thursday night, police said.
Cory Taylor-Culberth, 21, was pronounced dead at Huntington Hospital after police said he was shot in the torso just after 7:30 p.m. at a residence on Cutting Road in Huntington. Firefighters from the Greenlawn Fire Department responded to the emergency call and took Taylor-Culberth to […]

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Questions To the 18th Legislative District Candidates

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There are currently many serious problems in the Town of Huntington including crime, a divided community and lack of trust for the local Government.  These problems are extreme in the 18th legislative district.  We currently have a school closed due to violence. That issue is not being addressed.  Since the local Democrats can’t talk about their record, […]

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Daniel Kissam House – Apple Festival, October 16

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The Huntington Historical Society presents the Apple Festival:
Daniel Kissam House
434 Park Avenue, Huntington
Sunday, October 16, 12pm – 4pm
Admission is free
Apple specialities, Haunted Barn, Old Fashioned Games, Scare Crow Making,
Historic Craft Demonstrations, Story Telling
Tours of the Kissam House

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10th Anniversary of Women’s Networking Day

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Focus On Health and Well Being in Daily Lives
Oct. 26 event carries theme …And Finally YOU! Ultimate Living
Huntington, NY  Huntington Town Supervisor Frank Petrone and members of the Town Council invite residents to the Town’s 10th Anniversary Celebration of Women’s Networking Day and Awards Ceremony, which this year carries the theme …And Finally YOU! Ultimate Living, and focuses on enhancing […]

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Assemblyman Jim Conte (R,I,C,WF-Huntington Station) today joined members of the Huntington Manor Fire Department, relatives, and friends to honor volunteer firefighter Richard Holtz during a ceremony at the New York State Fallen Firefighters Memorial on Albany’s Empire State Plaza. Richard, who died tragically in 2009 in the line of duty after responding to a pre-dawn […]

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A Future Star?

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More than Plants are Growing Out of the Community Garden.

If this face looks familiar it is because Dave Francois’ picture and name were included in an article that was posted last week called Murals Bloom At Gateway Garden.  One of the things we try to do at the Huntingtonian is to anticipate what questions our readers may have while […]

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