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Teens Cook for Needy Families in Dix Hills

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Teenagers from The Chai Center’s CTeen chapter in Dix Hills took over the kitchen at the Center on September 22 to cook enough meals for ten families who are facing health issues — coping with a sick parent and/or child. The teens peeled, chopped, boiled and baked for several hours creating a festival meal, ensuring […]

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Pulled From a BURNING House! This Puppy Needs You Now.

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“If you have faith the size of a mustard seed, nothing shall be impossible for you”

She was pulled from a burning house at just weeks old, this is how her life began. “Mustard Seed” as we lovingly named her, was born to a hoarding situation. The very house fire that threatened her life just might […]

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Huntington High Alumni Opening a New Yoga, Fitness & Nutrition Studio in Huntington

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A couple from Huntington —Adam and Jill Levy, who both attended Huntington High School and were married in 2014 — are opening a new Yoga, Fitness and Nutrition studio, Sound Body & Mind, on September 25, 2016 in Huntington on 125 West Shore Road. The studio will offer a variety of yoga classes, Pilates, circuit training […]

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Brandywine Living 2nd Annual Back to School Supply Drive

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Brandywine Living kicked off the back-to-school season by hosting their 2nd Annual Back to School Supply Drive.
Residents and team members at Brandywine Living at Huntington Terrace partnered with South Huntington elementary schools to collect supplies for students who could use their support.
The Back to School Supply Drive helped prepare local elementary school students for academic success […]

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NEEDLEWORKERS MEETING

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The Suffolk County Chapter of The Embroiderers’ Guild of America will hold its monthly meeting at 7:00 p.m. at the Half Hollow Hills Community Library, 55 Vanderbilt Parkway, Dix Hills, NY.  We welcome beginner, intermediate or advanced stitchers.  No charge to attend first meeting.  For information, please call 631-423-3738.
 
 
 
 

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103-year-old Assisted Living Resident Throws Out Ceremonial Pitch at LI Ducks Game

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Residents at Gurwin Jewish ~ Fay J. Lindner Residences enjoyed a night out at the old ballgame at LI Ducks Stadium for Jewish Heritage Night, a fun family event cosponsored by Gurwin Jewish.  Headlining the event was Gurwin assisted living resident Helen Stemple, who threw out the ceremonial pitch.  A perfect example of grace under […]

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Petrone and Bellone Speak about Violence in Huntington

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After a violent week in Huntington we asked our leaders to comment. The following was Supervisor Petrone’s response.
“The Supervisor shares your and the community’s concerns about the recent incidents and agrees that it is time to undertake additional measures to increase the police presence in Huntington Station. He has met with Police Commissioner Sini to request additional […]

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Huntington Community First Aid Squad Recognizes Record Setting Accomplishment

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At a recent General Membership Meeting of the Huntington Community First Aid Squad (HCFAS), the Board of Directors and members recognized Company Two, Day Captain Elizabeth Mohr and her Monday crews for a record setting accomplishment. For the period beginning July 27, 2015 to July 25, 2016, 921 calls for Emergency Medical assistance were received […]

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Huntington Police Officer is Encouraging Literacy to Kids from Huntington Station Low-income and Immigrant Families

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BELOW PLEASE FIND A LETTER FROM A HUNTINGTON POLICE OFFICER LOOKING FOR DONATIONS TO SURPASS LAST YEARS GOAL.

Hello, my name is Tom Arana-Wolfe and I am a police officer in Huntington, New York. Back in Fall 2013, I worked with the Family Service League (FSL) in Huntington Station and created a Fall reading contest for […]

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Huntington Station Gets “BOA” Brownfield Opportunity Area Designation

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New York State has designated a 640-acre part of Huntington Station as a Brownfield Opportunity Area, augmenting revitalization efforts in the community by making projects eligible for tax credit incentives and giving them priority status for grants.
 
The Huntington BOA, which has the Huntington Long Island Rail Road station at its center, includes parcels on which […]

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