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Frank Berleth, 87, of Huntington, NY died December 18, 2014. He passed away at Huntington Hospital after a short battle with Cardiac and Thoracic complications. His last days were made comfortable by Palliative treatment and by having his family by his side.
He is survived by his loving wife Liesel, their four children, Jeffery Berleth married […]

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Halesite Fire Department Food Drive

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Dear Neighbors,
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Halesite Fire Department is once again collecting donations of canned food, non-perishables, and toiletries to give to the Family Service League. Located on Park Avenue in Huntington, The Family Service League has been helping the less fortunate of Long Island for over 85 years. They accept donations year round […]

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Letter From The Chief of Halesite FD – Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives

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On Sunday October 5th from 3:00-5:00pm, the Halesite Fire Department invites all residents and their families to our annual Fire Prevention Open House to learn about the importance of having working smoke alarms in the home and testing them regularly.

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Fire Safety For College Students

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As many of our children prepare to head off to college, we know that no one is more concerned about their safety than you as parents.

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Halesite Fire Department To Host Hands only CPR class

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Dear Neighbors,
The Halesite Fire Department will be hosting a Hands only CPR class that will be open to the public on Wednesday July 24th at 7:00 pm. The class will be held in the upstairs meeting room at the firehouse. We recognize the importance of CPR being initiated as soon as possible in the event […]

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Important Blood Drive For Local Community Member

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There will be a very important and worthwhile blood/donor drive taking place on July 20th.

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Huntington School Board and Administration Message on Adam Spector’s Passing

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A Message from the Huntington School Board and Administration . . .
 
It is with heavy hearts that the Huntington Board of Education and administration mourn the passing of our friend and colleague, Adam Spector. Adam was a trustee, an active community member and a parent who advocated for all. He passionately devoted his time […]

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Halesite FD Responded To Commercial Building Fire

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The Halesite Fire Department responded to a commercial building fire at 175 East Main Street  Monday, June 23, at 8:27 p.m. The two-story professional building housed doctors offices and medical practices. Nearly 100 firefighters from Halesite, Huntington, Huntington Manor, Centerport and Greenlawn fire departments battled the blaze using 12 trucks. Firefighters from Cold Spring Harbor […]

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Letter From The Chief of Halesite FD – Electrical Safety Month

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Dear Neighbors,
Every year, fire departments in the U.S. respond to over 45,000 fires that were caused by electrical failures. According to the Electrical Safety Foundation, these fires resulted in 455 civilian deaths, 1,518 civilian injuries and $1.5 billion in direct property damage from 2007-2011, and most could have been avoided. And fire is not the […]

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Editorial: Huntington School District Voters Should Turn Out Tuesday and Vote YES!

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On Tuesday, May 20, 2014, voters across Long Island will have the opportunity to voice their opinion about the school district budget in their local community.
It is more than likely that the budget in the Huntington School District will pass with flying colors but nothing should be taken for granted.
In terms of numbers and process […]

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