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New Book Release by Dix Hills Rabbi, Teacher, and Mentor

Local Leader’s Uplifting and Contemporary Articles 
Now Available in New Book
 
“The Kabbalah of Life,” a new book by Dix Hills Rabbi Yakov Saacks, is a look at current events as seen through the eyes of a Rabbi and working man. This unique blend of his Chassidic background and a commonsense approach gives way to unique and […]

Supervisor Encourages Residents to Receive Free Energy Audit with Long Island Green Homes

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The Supervisor is encouraging Town of Huntington residents to take advantage of a free energy audit with Long Island Green Homes as the Town continues its partnership with the non-profit collaborative funded through the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority. 
 
“Huntington is proud to continue our partnership with other Long Island Towns and community […]

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Mother’s Day Plant Sale Halesite Fire Department

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Dear Neighbors,
Please join us in supporting the Engine Company’s annual Mother’s Day Plant and Flower Sale. Wonderful flowers, flats, and arrangements will be on sale beginning this Friday May 7th at noon through Sunday the 9th (while supplies last). Raffles for large designer planters will also be available.
This event is not just for all the […]

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Huntington Honors Foremost Woman Architect of the Early 20th Century, Suffragist Fay Kellogg, Suspected Victim of 1918 Pandemic

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Town of Huntington officials were joined by members of the Greenlawn-Centerport Historical Association for the unveiling of an historical marker on April 6, 2021 honoring former resident Faye Kellogg, the foremost woman architect of the early twentieth century at the site of a residence and former post office she designed at 22 Boulevard Avenue in […]

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18 Reasons I Won’t Be Getting a Covid Vaccine By Christian Elliot

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Editors Note: This story is very well written and researched. Christian lays out information in a  well thought out manner with back up from various Dr’s, governmental agency’s, Phd’s and researchers.  Please also read the links in the story. This is a long read but we believe it has valuable information for our readers.  Read […]

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♥ Town Clerk Andrew Raia to Make House Calls for Valentine’s Day Marriage Ceremony Marathon ♥

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In light of COVID-19 restrictions, Huntington Town Clerk Andrew P. Raia will be making house calls to perform the Town’s first Marriage Ceremony Marathon at happy couples’ homes on Valentine’s Day, Sunday, February 14, 2021. 
“We’re not going to let COVID get in the way of true love and this long-held tradition,” commented Mr. Raia. “I […]

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Temple Beth El Max Alvarez, Film Historian, Author and Lecturer ‘The Cinema Seeks Justice’

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In our highly unjust world, moviegoers never tire of seeing unflappable people fighting corruption and injustice in court – and occasionally winning. 
It also helps when a film is based on true events.
Join film historian Max Alvarez for this compelling and inspiring multimedia journey through legal justice dramas where protagonists battle slavery and racism (Amazing Grace, […]

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Town Officials Kick Off Huntington Winter Farmers Market with Ribbon Cutting

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Town officials joined Lona Graepel from Long Island Farmers Markets for a ribbon cutting at the opening of the Huntington Winter Farmers Market in the Town’s John J. Flanagan Center in Huntington on December 5, 2020. 
Supervisor Lupinacci and Lona Graepel were joined by Councilman Eugene Cook, Councilman Ed Smyth, Town Clerk Andrew P. Raia and […]

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Throw Back Thursdays – Voter Fraud In Suffolk County For Years

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EDITORS OPINION ON THIS THROW BACK:
The following story goes back to June 2014 and happened because of the results of the November 2013 Elections.  Here are some of the results from that election.  Editors Opinion with the results of this election would have made a Major change in Huntington Government by 595 votes. Gene Cook […]

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The John W. Engeman Studio of The Performing Arts-Announcing Fall 2020 Classes

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We are thrilled to welcome students (ages 7 – 18) back to The John W. Engeman Studio of The Performing Arts for safe, private, in person and virtual classes. Our new offerings will allow us to instruct your child while staying safe and tailoring private instruction to suit each student’s needs.
 
All classes will be instructed […]

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