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Letter To The Editor Re-Mudslinging

Dear Editor,
My name is Tammie Topel. I’ve lived in the Town of Huntington for 28 years. I am a registered nurse, I’ve served on several boards and organizations; including the Northport-East Northport Board of Education, PTAs and SEPTA (Special Education PTA), Northport Rotary and as a community activist, I work to raise awareness so everyone […]

GURWIN JEWISH NURSING & REHABILITATION CENTER RECOGNIZED BY NEWSWEEK AS ONE OF AMERICA’S BEST NURSING HOMES 2022

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Gurwin Jewish Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, a member of Gurwin Healthcare System, has been ranked as one of America’s Best Nursing Homes 2022 by Newsweek Magazine, one of only six Long Island nursing homes to make the list.
A total of 450 top facilities across 25 states were ranked this year, including 55 of the more […]

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Northport High School senior selected for BAE Systems Women in Technology program

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Northport High School senior Soraya Basrai has been selected for Women in Technology, a program run by BAE Systems Electronic Systems sector. Soraya began the program this fall and will graduate in November.
Math teacher Kristen Rozell had shared the opportunity with her students, and Soraya opted to apply in hopes of participating in external engineering […]

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Two Women Arrested for Stealing from Their Employer

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Suffolk County Police arrested two women who stole more than $43,000 from their employer during a nine-month period ending in August 2021.
 
Elana Sofia and Sandra Bonilla, while employed at Goodwill Industries, located at 1900 Jericho Turnpike, East Northport, stole money from the company’s bank deposits from November 2020 until August 2021.
Following an investigation by Second […]

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LONGTIME HUNTINGTON TOWN CLERK JO ANN RAIA ENDORSES STEPHANIE BONTEMPI

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Longtime Town Clerk Jo Ann Raia Enthusiastically Backs Bontempi for Suffolk Legislature

This morning, former Huntington Town Clerk Jo Ann Raia endorsed Stephanie Bontempi’s candidacy for the Suffolk County Legislature’s 18th District. Highlighting her job as a 5th grade teacher, Raia called Bontempi an independent-minded woman, who has a clear plan for the people of Huntington. […]

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Supervisor Orders Huntington Flags to Half-Staff to Honor First Black Secretary of State Colin Powell

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 Town Supervisor directed that all flags on Town of Huntington properties be flown at half-staff on October 19 to honor former Secretary of State Colin Powell, who passed away on Monday. 
“Colin Powell was a widely respected patriot, born in Harlem to Jamaican immigrants, and his impressive achievements demonstrated the opportunities available to all Americans. Colin […]

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Huntington Town Clerk Andrew Raia calls out Town Councilman Mark Cuthbertson for threats against him recorded on ring doorbell

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Today Town Clerk Andrew Raia announced his intention to file a complaint with the Suffolk County District Attorney, The United States Attorney, NY Bar Association and the Huntington Board of Ethics after a recently released Ring doorbell video captured Huntington Town Councilman Mark Cuthbertson making verbal threats against Mr. Raia who is the current sitting […]

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Political Endorsements By TheHuntingtonian 2021

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The criteria for receiving an endorsement from the Huntingtonian:
Integrity and honesty are more important to us than where candidates stand on all issues. Since we will never all agree with everything a candidate stands for, it is important to elect individuals who remember they work for the people.  We should not have to be detectives […]

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Campaign Fraud In Huntington – Possible?

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The below text messages from known Republican campaign staff of supervisor candidate, Edmund Smyth, are disgraceful and a prime example of unethical and possible illegal politics.  The fact that any campaign staffer believes they can use intimidation and threats to force town employees to campaign on behalf of their candidate comes from the top of […]

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Letter From the Editor – Elections 2021

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Dear Reader,
Welcome to the TheHuntingtonian, read the truth about your town at TheHuntingtonian.com.
 
As a journalist and editor I realize that any letter to the editor is biased from the prospective of the person who drafted the letter. In some cases,  there will be misrepresentation of facts as the writer chooses to see the situation as they […]

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