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Hard Luck Cafe Series Resumes at Huntington’s Cinema Arts Centre, Sept. 15

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 Hard Luck Café Series Resumes at Huntington’s Cinema Arts Centre, Sept. 15
Singer-Songwriters Elaine Romanelli and Ron Renninger are Slated to Perform
Singer-songwriters Elaine Romanelli and Ron Renninger will be the featured performers when the Folk Music Society of Huntington’s monthly Hard Luck Café series at the Cinema Arts Centre’s Sky Room resumes on Thursday, Sept. 15, […]

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Upstate Town Severely Impacted By Irene

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Prattsville, NY is known by many from Huntington. Huntingtonians have spent time with friends and family members enjoying the outdoors in the immediate area surrounding Prattsville, including skiing at Windham and Hunter Mountains.
Prattsville was first settled around 1763, and was called Schoharie Kill.   An attempt during the American Revolution by the British and their Tory allies […]

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Press Release: Huntington Highway Superintendent

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William Naughton, Superintendent of Highways for the Town of Huntington would like to thank the public for their cooperation and patience while his department clears the roads after Hurricane Irene.  It is estimated 1,200 trees are down or damaged at this time.
Mr. Naughton stated that, “Town Highway crews have been out since Sunday, 6:00AM with […]

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Outrage in Huntington

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TheHuntingtonian TIPS Line received a  message from Kathy in Huntington that there was still a very dangerous condition on Cliftwood Dr, Abbott Dr and Fort Hill Rd(see pictures in gallery). She emailed us at tips@thehuntingtonian.com and said “there is a sign at Cliftwood and Park Ave saying  Where is LIPA, Verizon and Frank Petrone?”.
The Huntingtonian went to […]

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Herb Morrow Gathering

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On August 16, Herb Morrow, who is a candidate for Huntington Town Board, addressed his supporters at Finley’s in Huntington Village and discussed his vision for our Town. The event was a chance to meet the candidate and was also a fundraiser for his campaign.  Morrow told Huntingtonian reporters that he and his campaign organizers […]

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After the Devastation-Asharoken

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(Asharoken, NY 8/30/11 5:35pm)
These are some of the things that Hurricane Irene left behind in Asharoken.
Seawall and all seems ok.
PICTURES FROM ASHAROKEN AREA’S

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After the Devastation-Centerport / Northport

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(Northport, NY 8/30/11 4:35pm)
These are some of the things that Hurricane Irene left behind in Centerport/Northport areas.
Some real dangerous and town is on top of it.
PICTURES FROM CENTERPORT / NORTHPORT AREA’S
 

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After the Devastation-Greenlawn

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(Greenlawn, NY 8/30/11 2:25pm)
These are some of the things that Hurricane Irene left behind in Greenlawn.
Some real dangerous and we called the police and town hall on it.
PICTURES FROM GREENLAWN
 

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Huntington High School Shines Again

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Two Huntington Seniors among Long Island’s Best

(Huntington, NY 8/29/11 12pm -hufsd.edu) The new school year hasn’t even started, but two Huntington High School students are already earning honors. The pair is among a small group of teenagers to be cited as Long Island’s top scholar-artists.
Incoming seniors Andrew Ku (music) and Roxana Moreira (media arts) are […]

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After the Devastation – Huntington Station

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(Huntington Sta., NY 8/28/11 9:10pm) Irene is gone but she left us some nasty reminders as 400,000+ homes are without power.  These are some of the things we saw.
 

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