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Cold Spring Harbor CSD Remembers and Honors The Heroes of 9/11

On Sept. 10, 2021 the Cold Spring Harbor Central School District officially began its football season with a special 9/11 Remembrance event honoring those lost and those who continue to risk their lives for the sake of others.
All Cold Spring Harbor community residents were invited to attend including active and retired members of the military, […]

Shopping Event
In Memory of Eli Mollineaux
For Huntington High School bELIeve Scholarship 
 
Eli lost his battle with Pearson’s Syndrome five years ago.  He was known for always smiling remaining positive and his wonderful sense of humor. The bElieve Project offers scholarships to seniors who have overcome obstacles  in their life.

Please Shop on Saturday, October 2, 2021
9:30-2:30
187 Nassau […]

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COUNCILMAN COOK AND THE HUNTINGTON TOWN BOARD DEDICATES EAST SECOND STREET AS DOLORES “DEE” THOMPSON WAY IN HONOR OF DOLORES THOMPSON

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Councilman Eugene Cook and the Huntington Town Board gathered with Dolores “Dee” Thompson and her family to unveil the street sign which will dedicate East Second Street in Huntington Station as Dolores “Dee” Thompson Way.  The resolution was passed at the June 15, 2021 Town Board meeting. 
“This intersection at East Second Street and New York […]

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Sept. 11 Remembrance Vigil at Northport High School Honors Those Lost 2021

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On Sept. 10, 2021 students of Northport High School had shortened periods throughout the day to accommodate an important gathering in the afternoon: a remembrance vigil for the 20th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001.
            Split into two sessions, students exited the building and sat in the bleachers, where a moving performance by the Northport High […]

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20 Years Later 9/11 Still Hurting

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God Bless All the Innocent Civilians Killed that day by Islamic Terrorists- 20 years ago on 9/11.  Today we pray again, as Americans come together and take care of our own. God Bless All the Innocent Civilians Killed that day by Islamic Terrorists- 20 years ago on 9/11.  With what has transpired over the last 3 […]

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Lifeguard Shortage Forces Huntington to Close 4 of 8 Beaches to Swimming

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Due to a shortage of lifeguards, the Town of Huntington is closing four of its eight beaches to swimming starting Thursday, August 26, 2021.
BEACHES CLOSED TO SWIMMING
Swim lines and lifeguard stands will be removed at the following beaches for the remainder of the season:

Asharoken Beach, Eaton’s Neck Road, Northport 
Crescent Beach, Crescent Beach Drive, Huntington Bay 
Fleets […]

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Statement from Conservative Party Chairman Gerard Kassar on Selection of Lt. Governor Brian Benjamin

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“New Yorkers suffering from the ongoing, statewide crime wave are bewildered by Gov. Kathy Hochul’s choice of Sen. Brian Benjamin as Lt. Governor. 
 
“Lt. Governor Benjamin has been a major driver in enacting policies that caused crime in this state to skyrocket, most notably cashless bail, and Gov. Hochul well knows that. Through her choice, the […]

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Letter from the Chief: Blood Drive and BBQ

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Dear Neighbors,
The need for blood is ongoing, but COVID-19 has destroyed the foundation on which the community donates blood to patients in need, and emergency shortages are ongoing. Every week, more than 75,000 blood donations and 1700 donated platelet units are needed to meet patient need. Please join us on Thursday August 19th, 2021 from […]

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Edmund Smyth’s Lawsuit Denied Against Eugene Cook For Supervisor

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STOP LIPA PETITIONS FOR EUGENE COOK FOR HUNTINGTON TOWN SUPERVISOR UP HELD BY NEW YORK STATE SUPREME COURT
JUDGE JOHN LEO
Today, New York State Supreme Court Judge John Leo ruled that Huntington Town Councilman Eugene Cook’s name will be on November’s ballot, for the Huntington Supervisor race, on the STOP LIPA line. Huntington Republican candidate Edmund Smyth’s challenge has […]

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Huntington Resident Among 6 VP Shareholders Named as Part of D&B’s New “Vision For Future”

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LI-HQ D&B Engineers and Architects Announces New A Vision for the Future with New Name Change Reflecting Firm’s Growth and Appointment of Six Vice Presidents as Shareholders, Including Huntington’s Matthew R. DeVinney 

D&B Engineers and Architects, the venerable engineering organization founded in 1965 and headquartered in Woodbury, NY, has changed its corporate structure and also announced […]

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