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Town of Huntington Cracks Down on Zombie Homes

The Huntington Town Board held its September 14, 2021 meeting, where Town Clerk Andrew P. Raia presented the Town Board the Supervisor’s Tentative Budget for 2022 and the Town Board approved a preventive measure that will address the issue of zombie homes and vacant storefronts. 
“Some of our neighborhoods are suffering from quality of life issues presented by […]

MR. JOSE CASTILLO SERVING ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL OF WALT WHITMAN HIGH SCHOOL

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– Former Administrative Dean of Walt Whitman High School, Mr. Jose Castillo, will now be proudly serving as one of Whitman’s Assistant Principals.
One of the reasons Mr. Castillo became an educator was because of Indiana Jones. Yes, really. “I love talking about social studies, and when I was a kid, I thought that’s what all social studies teachers […]

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DR. KENDALL RICHARDS NOW SERVING AS ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL AT WALT WHITMAN HIGH SCHOOL

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Former Administrative Dean at Walt Whitman High School, Dr. Kendall Richards, is now proudly serving as one of Whitman’s new Assistant Principals. 
At an early age, Dr. Richards became a sleepaway camp counselor where he monitored his own group of 10-15 students around the clock. He taught classes there as well, and from that moment in time, he got […]

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Letter to the Editor

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I was compelled to write this letter after viewing the appalling Facebook post by Edmund Smyth for Supervisor offering free haircuts in Huntington Station. Edmund Smyth, will you be offering free haircuts in Lloyd Harbor, Northport or Dix Hills? Donald Molloy!

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Is Leaving The Scene of an Accident A Crime?

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Is Leaving The Scene of an Accident A Crime?
Did Town of Huntington Supervisor Chad Lupinacci do such?
Did SCPD not perform their job? Did they follow standard operating procedure to find the driver of a car that cut a telephone pole in half? Why? Maybe the person is lying somewhere dying? Possibly hurt, severely? No mention […]

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MR. DAVID BARTH NEW SUPERVISOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION, HEALTH, ATHLETICS AND RECREATION District 13

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We are thrilled to welcome Mr. David Barth as South Huntington
School District’s new Supervisor of Physical Education, Health, Athletics and Recreation.
Mr. Barth’s experience as a K-12 Physical Education and Health teacher, Athletic Director, and
coach gives him a good view and understanding of the entire K-12 program, and the needs of the
programs and successes at each […]

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South Huntington’s Extended School Year Program Honors Late Student in Annual “Marissa Day”

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South Huntington, NY – August 18th, 2021 – Six years ago, South Huntington ruefully lost a beloved member of its family: Marissa Pastore. She was a student of Stimson at the time, but her spirit and story have lived on throughout the entire district and so, the South Huntington community continues to honor Marissa and her memory annually. […]

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Incident, Man Critically Injured Falling Off Ladder in West Hills

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Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding a man who was injured after he fell off a ladder in West Hills this morning,
Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at approximately 11:45 a.m. at 51 Green Meadow Lane, West Hills.
A 55-year-old man was cleaning windows on an extension ladder at 51 Green Meadow Lane when […]

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Man Arrested for DWI Following Fatal Pedestrian Crash

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Suffolk County Police today arrested a man for DWI following a motor vehicle crash that killed a pedestrian in Melville July, 9 2021.
Shane Decamp was operating a southbound 2016 Mazda CX-5 in front of 400 Broadhollow Road last night at approximately 9:35 p.m., when his vehicle struck a pedestrian who was attempting to cross the […]

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Republicans and Ed Smyth Big Losers In Working Families Primary- Appears Democrat’s Big Winners

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In an attempt to seek and retain the Working Families line, Ed Smyth Republicans candidates fail big time. Smyth’s master plan failed miserably, and he has denied it was even his plan. According to the Board of Elections unofficial results posted online Ed’s Republican’s candidates (Ed’s Para-legal)Marissa Anderson got only 5 votes verse 114 for […]

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