Top Stories of 2013

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The following were the most widely read stories of 2013 in terms of online page views.  They also appeared in the print edition of our newspaper.

Our most widely read story of 2013 was, The Town of Huntington Retaliates for Citizens’ Free Speech – Lawsuit Announced .  The lawsuit is ongoing and there has been recent developments which will be reported this week.

Here is an excerpt of the most widely read story of 2013:

Concerned citizens of the Town of Huntington, Jennifer LaVertu and John LaVertu, filed a lawsuit in Federal Court in Central Islip today, August 2, 2013, for violations of their First Amendment Right to Speech secured under the United States Constitution. The lawsuit is based primarily upon the Town of Huntington’s retaliation against them for their outspoken efforts to shed light on the Town’s flawed housing and land development policies which are detrimental to the community. The Town systematically targeted Mr. and Mrs. LaVertu with baseless summonses on their home, public humiliation, and efforts to sabotage Mr. LaVertu’s longtime plumbing business.  

#2 Huntington Chamber Chairman Larry Kushnick Dies At 51

#3 Petrone Staffers Support Lifson to Primary Cook

#4 Missing Man’s Family Continues To Organize Family & Friends

#5 Town of Huntington Election Results

#6 Huntington Station Revitalization – 40 Years and Counting….

#7 Politics & Law Very Lucrative For Cuthbertson

#8 Woman Found Dead in Nature Preserve – Update

#9 Huntington Election 2013: Players Currently On The Field

#10 Local Huntington Dems are About to Hit an All Time Low

#11 40 Years of Promises for Huntington Station Revitalization

#12 Videos Discussed In LaVertu v. Town of Huntington Lawsuit

#13 2013 Primary Election Results

#14 Cuthbertson & Petrone’s Hail Mary Pass

#15 Car Crashes Through Gizay Michaels Salon On Jericho Turnpike

#16 Town of Huntington Audit Findings Released

#17 Partial Huntington Audit Focuses on Legal Services

#18 Zoning Change to be Considered to Build Affordable Housing in Huntington Station 

#19 Over-Development & Poor Planning Is Adversely Impacting Our Water, Air and Quality Of Life 

#20 The Tale of The Councilman and Two Urban Renewal Projects 

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