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Loaded with experienced seniors, Whitman’s Boys Soccer team just needs to add chemistry and they could be in for a very positive season. From the looks of their play in the Jimmy Egan Tournament, all the elements were in place and the chemistry worked magic. Taking Babylon 2-0 in the first game with a goal […]

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Whitman Rolls in Season Opener.
By the end of the first half,  it was Whitman 34 and Centereach 6. “We’ve come along way since last year.” said Whitman Coach Robin Rosa. “We’re bigger, stronger, and faster.” Watching Centereach try to stop Whitman running back Darrell Felder, it was clear the Centereach defense was in for a […]

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Whitman’s annual Jimmy Egan Memorial soccer tournament is set to open on Saturday, September 10th with 4 top teams competing. Join soccer enthusiasts on Saturday at 6PM at the Whitman turf field as Harborfields takes on Newfield and at 8pm the Whitman Wildcats will host Babylon. Final round will be Monday, September 12th with a […]

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The new school year kicked-off on Wednesday with only a few wrinkles as hundreds of teachers and nearly 4,400 Huntington School District students seamlessly transitioned from vacation mode to a resumption of classroom education.
There were a handful of transportation snafus that officials worked feverishly to solve throughout the day. New Superintendent James W. Polansky and […]

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The closing of the Jack Abrams school can be directly tied to decades of discriminatory housing practices in the Town of Huntington. These housing practices can be traced back to prior to the destruction that is referred to as “Urban Renewal” and continues all the way through to the most recent Town Council meetings.
In 1969, […]

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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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The earliest history of Urban Renewal can be traced back to shortly after WWII when the National Housing Act of 1934 was enacted.  This established the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) for the purpose of improving housing conditions and raising housing standards.  This eventually led to the development of The Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  Although HUD was developed […]

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The run up to the general election always seems to bring out political rhetoric aimed at school districts. Each year at this time we endure negative messages from our political leaders attempting to shift focus from what they have or haven’t done for their constituents to blaming school boards for high property taxes.
While it is […]

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Imagine for a moment that a small portion of Anytown USA was invaded by another country and the result was that certain facilities were taken over and occupied. Would we as a nation tolerate that and move along?  Would our Government remove the visitors and turn our backs on the residents who live there? It seems […]

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