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Thanks to Our Readers We Have Passed 30,000 Pageviews

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This website went live a little over a month ago and already we have had over 30,000 pageviews. We would like to thank our readers and we are glad you like what you are seeing. Here are our most recent statistics:
4,029    Visits
1,536    Absolute Unique Visitors
30,125    Pageviews
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2.95%    Bounce Rate
36.73%    New Visits

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Unofficial Primary Election Results – 17th Legislative District

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The unofficial election results are as follows:
Dennis Garetano – 55.23%
Lou D’Amaro – 44.77%
It is more than likely that Dennis Garetano will be on the Republican, Conservative, and Independence lines for the November 2011 elections.
Lou D’Amaro will be on the Democratic and Working Family Party Lines.
 
 

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Huntington Awareness Day – Sept. 17

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Second Annual Huntington Awareness Day Parade and Fair
DATE:      Saturday, September 17, 2011
TIME:       10 a.m- 6 p.m.
PLACE:     New York Avenue (Route 110), Huntington Station
WHAT:     Second Annual Huntington Awareness Day Parade and Fair
Parade kicks off at 10 a.m. at New York Avenue and West Hills Road
Parade ends at fair in municipal parking lot on New York Avenue
Between Railroad […]

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The Long Island Game Farm

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The Long Island Game Farm Wildlife Park and Children’s Zoo features hundreds of animals, including an 18-foot giraffe, red kangaroos, kinkajous, cougars, Barbados sheep, peacocks, and the only lemurs born and bred on Long Island. Their animal collections include both exotic and indigenous breeds. They have various breeds of monkeys, buffalo, colorful parrots, zebra, aoudads, camels, […]

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Wildcats Boys Soccer- It’s all about the Chemistry

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Loaded with experienced seniors, Whitman’s Boys Soccer team just needs to add chemistry and they could be in for a very positive season. From the looks of their play in the Jimmy Egan Tournament, all the elements were in place and the chemistry worked magic. Taking Babylon 2-0 in the first game with a goal […]

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Town Hall Press Release

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Second Annual Huntington Awareness Day Parade and Fair
DATE:      Saturday, September 17, 2011
TIME:       10 a.m- 6 p.m.
PLACE:     New York Avenue (Route 110), Huntington Station
WHAT:     Second Annual Huntington Awareness Day Parade and Fair
Parade kicks off at 10 a.m. at New York Avenue and West Hills Road
Parade ends at fair in municipal parking lot on New York Avenue
Between Railroad […]

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Garetano Wins Independence Primary!

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Results were reported incorrectly by the Suffolk County Board of Elections yesterday.  Details of the error will be confirmed and reported on shortly.
The Huntingtonian spoke with the winner of the Independence Primary  Dennis Garetano.  He stated, “It was great to have so many friends and supporters stand behind me. Beating an incumbent with significantly more resources […]

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Chester W. Senig, 94, longtime East Northport firefighter and former Chief Mourned

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 Family, friends, and fellow firefighters mourned the loss of Chester W. Senig, 94, a long time resident of East Northport and volunteer firefighter, who passed away on September 3, 2011. Chet was an active East Northport volunteer fireman for 58 years. During his service he held positions as 1st Assistant Chief, Financial Secretary and later served with […]

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On Wednesday, Sept. 7, at about 1:45 p.m., the Town’s Public Safety Department received a call from someone identifying himself as Mangous Captain, who said he lived in an apartment at 12 Mara and that he had no electricity or water. Mr. Captain told town officials that the owners had moved out a few weeks […]

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Wildcats Blowout In Season Opener 41-19

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Whitman Rolls in Season Opener.
By the end of the first half,  it was Whitman 34 and Centereach 6. “We’ve come along way since last year.” said Whitman Coach Robin Rosa. “We’re bigger, stronger, and faster.” Watching Centereach try to stop Whitman running back Darrell Felder, it was clear the Centereach defense was in for a […]

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