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TRI Community and Youth Agency (Tri-CYA) Fundraiser

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The 3rd Silly Season Award Goes To…

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(You knew it was coming, didn’t you?)
Susan Berland for holding a press conference called “Adopt A Hydrant”.  We received an anonymous tip that this was coming, but we thought it was a joke and never followed up on it.  Much to our surprise, The Huntingtonian was not invited to the press conference or given the press release.
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Huntington Celebrates Hispanic Pride

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Town Hall Press Release
17th annual program honors community leaders, achieving students
Huntington, NY – More than 200 people joined with the Huntington Town Board and members of the Town’s Hispanic Task Force Friday, Oct. 14, 2011, at the 17th Annual Hispanic Heritage Celebration Program, an evening marked by performances of Peruvian music, the enjoyment of ethnic […]

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Firefighters, EMS, Hold LIRR Emergency Response Drill

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The Huntington Manor Fire Department and Huntington Community First Aid Squad recently held an Emergency Response – MCI (Mass Casualty Incident) Drill simulating the collision of an LIRR train and a vehicle with multiple injured patients. The training exercise was held at a railroad siding near the squad’s facility on Railroad Street in Huntington Station.  Assisting agencies […]

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Assemblyman Jim Conte Endorses Herb Morrow

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 I have worked alongside Herb in his current position as Mayor of Huntington Bay.  His leadership in Huntington Bay has demonstrated his strength at keeping taxes low and spending under control.  He possesses the kind of common-sense approach which is needed in Town Hall.  He will stand up for what is right with the kind […]

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Today we seem to be spending our whole lives on a computer at home or somwhere else. It has become important that we understand Copyright law. This law has gotten a lot of attention in the last ten years. It has been the subject of scholarly discussion and lawsuits.
It has become increasingly difficult to say that you […]

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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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