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

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 […]

Street Renaming Honors Rev. Dr. Agnes “Mother” Hiller of Huntington Station

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Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci, Councilman Mark Cuthbertson, Receiver of Taxes Jillian Guthman and Highway Superintendent Kevin S. Orelli were joined by Legislator Tom Donnelly, Rev. Bernadette Watkins, pastors and members of Mt. Calvary Holy Church of Huntington and family of the late Rev. Mother Agnes Hiller for a street dedication ceremony in Mother Hiller’s honor […]

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Huntington Recognizes First Female State Legislator, Suffragist Ida Bunce Sammis, With Historical Marker

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On Wednesday, March 27, 2019, Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci; Councilmembers Joan Cergol and Ed Smyth; Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia; Receiver of Taxes Jillian Guthman; Town Historian Robert Hughes and Human Services Director Carmen Kasper were joined by the Town’s first female Town Supervisor, former Supervisor and Assemblywoman Toni Rettaliata-Tepe; Antonia Petrash and members of the […]

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Huntington Recognizes Hispanic Heritage at 24th Annual Celebration

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Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci, Councilman Ed Smyth, Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia and Tax Receiver Jillian Guthman were joined by Town officials, the Hispanic Task Force, Senator Carl L. Marcellino, Legislator Susan A. Berland, community leaders, local school districts, students and their families for the 24th Annual Hispanic Heritage Celebration at the Jack Abrams STEM Magnet […]

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Call to Artists

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Inspired by Long Island’s history, create a work that focuses on an aspect of Long Island’s cultural and natural heritage. Some prompts to consider: seaside industry, farm life, Native Americans, the American Revolution, art colonies, etc. Consider photos and paintings of historic landmarks and sites, portraits of reenactors, sculptures of ancestors, assemblages with local artifacts, […]

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Huntington Town Board to Consider Designating The Teich House an Historic Landmark

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The Huntington Town Board, at its March 6th meeting, scheduled a public hearing to consider designating the The Teich House an Historic Landmark, approved work program agreements to help the Town expedite nutritious meals to homebound seniors at no cost to the town, and geared up for spring and summer events.
The Town scheduled a public […]

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Huntington Stands Firm on Columbus Statue-Not Going Anywhere

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Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone, flanked by Councilman Mark Cuthbertson, U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi, veterans and Italian-American groups, declared today that Huntington will not consider removing the Christopher Columbus statue that has served as a gateway to Huntington Village for more than 40 years.

Supervisor Petrone’s statement, made at the statue, comes against the backdrop of […]

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2017 “Get With The Programs” Huntington Arts Council

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QUICK REGISTER ONLINE HERE!
What and when:
February 16, 7-9 pm – Looking for $$$
Are you sure you have looked under every rock for dollars for your organization? Therese Nielsen from Huntington Public Library will show us resources for finding funds.
Early registration: $10 members and DEC grant applicants/$15 non-members, $20 ‘at the door’ 
 
March 16, 7-9 pm – […]

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World Premiere to Highlight 30th Annual Black History Program

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Acclaimed playwright and entertainer JD Lawrence will debut his latest play, “Harriet, Rosa and Me” at February 16 event
           The Town of Huntington will mark the 30th anniversary of its Black History Month celebrations February 16, 2017 with a special program featuring the World Premiere of “Harriet, Rosa and Me,” a […]

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Dix Hills Fire Department Installs Officers for 2017

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The Dix Hills Fire Department installed their new officers for 2017 at their Annual Inspection Ceremony held at Fire Headquarters on Sunday, January 15, 2017. Pictured are the newly installed Chief officers, from left, Chief of Department Tom Napolitano, First Assistant Chief Alan Berkowitz, Second Assistant Chief Joe Williamson and Third Assistant Chief Brett Tepe. […]

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