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Town Officials Celebrate Grand Opening of Northridge, Huntington Station Revitalization Project

On Monday, May 7, Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci, Councilman Mark Cuthbertson, Councilwoman Joan Cergol, and Tax Receiver Jillian Guthman joined Renaissance Downtowns and Source the Station for the grand opening ribbon-cutting at Northridge, the mixed-use building dubbed “Phase 1” of the developer’s Huntington Station revitalization project.
 
“This area was once a vibrant, thriving downtown and we […]

Councilwoman Cergol Recognizes Huntington Mock Trial Team

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Huntington Councilwoman Joan Cergol, at the May 1, 2018 Town Board meeting, recognized the Huntington High School Mock Trial Team, which recently was crowned Suffolk County Champion.
Councilwoman Cergol also gave special recognition to Xavier Palacios, a Huntington school board member who helped establish the team four years ago and who serves as one of its […]

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Invisible People of Color: Whaling Captains, and Crew on All Sides of Long Island Sound

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Sandi Brewster-Walker, independent historian, genealogist, and freelance writer, presents a history of 19th century whaling captains and their crew on Long Island

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Huntington’s 31st Annual Black History Month Program Will Highlight Contributions by Women of Color

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The Town of Huntington will mark its 31st annual Black History Month celebration February 15, 2018 by focusing on achievements and contributions women of color have made to scientific research, social service agencies, government and business.
The program will give special recognition to Huntington resident Margaret Breland, who spent nearly two decades as the director of the […]

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Cotton: An Interactive, Musical Presentation Honoring the African American Slave

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Venue Name: *Huntington Public Library*

Address: *338 Main Street, Huntington, NY 11743*

Title: *Cotton: An Interactive, Musical Presentation Honoring the African
American Slave*

Date: *Saturday, February 17, 2018*

Time: *2:00 PM*

Cost: *Free*

Description: This interactive, musical presentation remembers and honors
the plight of the African American slave through Spirituals, interspersed
with classic Slave Narratives. Visuals include historic photos […]

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New York School Bus Contractors Association Calls on Legislature to Increase Fines

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New York School Bus Contractors Association Calls on Legislature to Increase Fines for Illegally Passing a School Bus and to Provide Sales Tax Exemption for School Buses in the 2018-2019 Executive Budget
The New York School Bus Contractors Association is renewing its call for budget initiatives that will help taxpayers and school districts save millions of […]

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HUNTINGTON COMMUNITY FIRST AID SQUAD CALLED TO MULTI VEHICLE ACCIDENT MONDAY MORNING

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The Huntington Community First Aid Squad was dispatched to a reported multi vehicle accident at approximately 7:45 AM Monday morning.  The accident occurred at New York Ave and Northridge Street.  Upon arriving at the scene the crew found 3 vehicles involved, one of which was a school bus with teenagers on board.  The bus was […]

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Huntington School District #3 Gets $200,000 Grant For Library

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Senator Carl L. Marcellino and Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci today announced that they procured a $200,000 grant for the Huntington School District. The funding will be used to upgrade the Huntington High School Library in a manner that would allow the most efficient utilization of the space to best accommodate a range of purposes and […]

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The Huntington Foundation Announces 2018 Honorees

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On behalf of the Huntington Foundation, we proudly announce that we have chosen our esteemed honorees for this year’s 2018 gala. This year’s choices are especially prominent as they will be honored as part of the 25th anniversary celebration of the Foundation—a not-to-be missed season of celebration culminating in the Foundation’s annual Reach for the […]

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SUFFOLK COUNTY EXECUTIVE BELLONE ANNOUNCES OVER 500 TICK-REMOVAL KITS DISTRIBUTED TO NEARLY 150 SCHOOLS ACROSS SUFFOLK COUNTY

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Partnership with Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, School Districts and Suffolk County Department of Health Services will Enhance Prevention Measures Against Tick-Borne Diseases

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone today announced that the Suffolk County Department of Health Services has launched a new partnership with the Tick-Borne Disease Resource Center at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital to provide nearly […]

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