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Huntington High School Student Named Siemens Regional Finalist

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The Huntington High School science research program is walking on “cloud nine” after senior Holly Flores was named a regional finalist in the Siemens Foundation Competition in Math, Science & Technology.
Huntington senior Juli Coraor was named a semi-finalist in the competition, which bills itself as the “nation’s most coveted teen science prize.” Ms. Flores and […]

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Legislation Is Meaningless If Not Enforced

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Some have asked why we are continuing to show these things that happened years ago. We are doing this to show how the present Town Board has issued numerous press releases etc over the years. The problem is that they are not worth the paper they are printed on if they are not enforced.
The following […]

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Car Stolen At Gun Point in Dix Hills

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Police are investigating a report of an armed robbery of a car early this morning.
The suspects reportedly stole a car from a house on Clayton Drive, in Dix Hills.  A 911 caller told police at 5:36 a.m. that their car was stolen at gunpoint.
Police said the investigation into the incident is continuing and no arrests have […]

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Getting To Know Herb Morrow

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I recently sat down with Herb Morrow who is a candidate for Huntington Town Board.  My purpose was to get to know him and get a general sense of what he is all about.  We talked for several hours and covered everything from his background, to his values, to what his hopes are for our Town.  I found […]

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Don McKay?

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The following letter was written by Town of Huntington resident, Chas C. Cancellare.
At approximately 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 20, 2011, I was returning home and turned off of the service road of Northern State parkway onto DeForest Road.  Upon turning I saw an individual, approximately 200 feet up the road, exiting his vehicle and […]

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Whitman Honors Athletes of the Month

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Walt Whitman High School is honored to present 2 distinguished athletes for the month of September. John Palazzolo, a sophomore, is a member of the Boys Varsity Golf Team. At the time of his nomination for athlete of the month, John had an undefeated record for match play (5-0-1) and the lowest stroke average on […]

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More than 12 years later and our Town still fails to protect us from Slumlord abuse.
On May 1, 1999 there was a tragic fire at a commercial building at 28 West Hills Road that killed 4 and injured several Huntington Manor Firefighters, it was determined that there were 33 people living in the home. In this […]

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If you read the current online commentary on various news and social media sites you will see the mention of the phrase “Dr. Density” in regard to Dr. Spencer who is running for Suffolk County Legislature for the 18th District.We wanted to clarify what this phrase means and explain why some are using it.
Shortly after […]

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Letter from HUFSD to the ZBA

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This letter is posted to coincide with the recently posted  The Birth of “Dr. Density” etc.
January 7, 2011
Christopher Modelewski
Huntington Zoning Board of Appeals
100 Main St
Huntington, NY 11743
Dear Mr. Modelewski:
On behalf of the Board of Education of Huntington, I write to express our opposition to granting any zoning variances to accommodate the Huntington Housing Authority’s (HHA) proposed high density residential […]

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Conte Earns ‘A’ Rating For Record On Environment

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Assemblyman Jim Conte (R,I,C,WF-Huntington Station) has received one of the highest scores in the state Legislature fromEPL/Environmental Advocates, which released its annual environmental report card of state legislators earlier this week.
Conte earned a score of 99 out of a possible 105 in the report, one of the highest ratings of any lawmaker onLong Island.EPL/Environmental Advocates […]

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