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The Huntington Booster Club’s March Madness reception is set for Sunday, March 4 between 2-5 p.m. at Christopher’s Courtyard Café, located at 8 Wall Street in Huntington Village.
Last year’s March Madness get-together attracted dozens of Blue Devil friends, including parents, coaches, alumni and fans. Admission is priced at $50 for tickets purchased in advance or […]

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Town Board Public Hearing on Huntington Station Property Acquisition scheduled for March 13th.
The Huntington Town Board has scheduled a public hearing for March 13th, 2012 regarding acquiring 12 Academy Place (known as the Merksamer property) in Huntington Station. According to the Town website, the property in question is 1.06 acres and is contiguous to Gateway […]

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Harborfields High School in the Harborfields Central School District welcomed 26 visitors from South Korea. The guests included two officers from the Ministry of Education, education officers from each of the 16 South Korean provinces, senior researchers from the Korean Educational Development Institute, master teachers, and a journalist. 
The purpose of the visit was to give […]

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Huntington’s Special Education PTA has donated thousands of dollars to the district to cover the cost of ten mini-grant awards for a variety of educational items designed to improve students’ classroom experience.
Huntington School Board members accepted SEPTA’s donation to the district in the amount of $4,637.31 to fund the competitive grant proposals, which were submitted […]

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Boy’s winter track coach Rob Conroy and girl’s track coach Rufus Shepard are proud to announce that four Walt Whitman students have qualified for the New York State Track & Field state championships to be held on March 3rd, at Cornell University.
 
Girl’s track captain, Jackie Crunden jumped 5’ 7” in the high jump, breaking a […]

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With school districts across the state looking to cut costs wherever they can, the Huntington School Board spent a portion of its meeting last Monday night reviewing the district’s bus transportation services and the current mileage limits in place that determine rider eligibility.
The Huntington School District has budgeted $8.975 million for transportation services. The district […]

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Once upon a time, a young prince longed to discover the secret of true happiness 
and fulfillment. PIPPIN is a hip, tongue-in-cheek, old-fashioned fairy tale that captivated Broadway audiences and continues to appeal to the young at heart everywhere.
 
Walt Whitman High School
Performing Arts Center
301 West Hills Road, 
Huntington Station, NY 11746
 
Friday, February 10 at 7:30pm and 
Saturday, February […]

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Harborfields Rock ‘n Read

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This year, the students of Thomas J. Lahey Elementary School in the Harborfields Central School District took part in the Parents as Reading Partners (PARP) Rock n’ Read celebration, which kicked off with an interactive assembly. During the program, Assistant Principal Jordan Cox, dressed as guitarist Slash of Guns n’ Roses, played Guitar Hero with […]

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 The Huntington High School boys’ basketball team is rolling after notching back-to-back victories over Copiague and Comsewogue. The Blue Devils are now within striking distance of qualifying for the post-season. The team needs to win two of its final three games to make the playoffs.
Against Copiague, junior Kiernan McGovern poured in 29 points (16 in […]

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Souper Job By Commack Students

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The students at North Ridge Primary School in Commack collected 8,362 cans and containers of soup during their third annual “Souper Bowl.” The food was donated to Long Island Cares. “Our Souper Bowl was a huge success, and we doubled the amount of soup we collected last year,” said physical education Lorraine Esposito, who runs the […]

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