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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 […]

DA CANDIDATE RAY TIERNEY IN OVERWHELMING VICTORY VS. CURRENT DA TIM SINI IN FIRST DEBATE

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SINI UNABLE TO NAME A SINGLE GANG MEMBER HE PUT IN JAIL, WHILE LIFELONG PROSECUTOR TIERNEY PROVIDES LONG LIST OF HIS GANG MEMBER CONVICTIONS
 
Suffolk County District Attorney candidate and former Federal Prosecutor Ray Tierney tonight demonstrated his undeniable advantage in prosecutorial experience over current District Attorney Tim Sini in debate.
The debate, hosted by the prestigious […]

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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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Sound the Alarm: The Crisis of Mental Health in Communities of Color

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Molloy College Department of Social Work will be offering a program titled, “Sound the Alarm: The Crisis of Mental Health in Communities of Color.” The program will be presented by Lisa Zakiya Newland, Ph.D., LCSW-R, Chairperson of the Department of Social Work at Molloy College, along with Katiuscia Gray, LCSW-R, CYT and Amanda Fludd, LCSW-R. The […]

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Letter to the Editor- Why I Am Running For Supervisor

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Dear Editor,
Why am I running for Huntington Town Supervisor?  It seems to be a question that some people have answered for me, without actually asking me. The Republican leader would like you to believe that I am running as an operative to help the Democrats, which is incorrect.  Let’s be honest, many would say I […]

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Letter To The Editor A Leader For All: Eugene Cook for Supervisor! Honor And Integrity

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A leader for all: Eugene Cook for Supervisor!
Dear Editor,
            The Town of Huntington has a big choice to make this upcoming November. What are the choices? To restore the honor and integrity of the Supervisor’s office or retain the stains that dirty it today. I’m proud to say, that I already have made up my […]

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DA SINI & DA’S HEROIN TASK FORCE: RONKONKOMA COUPLE INDICTED FOR AN ALLEGED MAJOR CRACK & POWDER COCAINE TRAFFICKING OPERATION

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Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini and the District Attorney’s Heroin Task Force today announced the indictment of a Ronkonkoma couple for an alleged major crack cocaine and powder cocaine trafficking operation on Long Island.
 
“These defendants are each charged with a top count of Operating as a Major Trafficker, which is a serious charge […]

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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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20 Years Later 9/11 Still Hurting

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God Bless All the Innocent Civilians Killed that day by Islamic Terrorists- 20 years ago on 9/11.  Today we pray again, as Americans come together and take care of our own. God Bless All the Innocent Civilians Killed that day by Islamic Terrorists- 20 years ago on 9/11.  With what has transpired over the last 3 […]

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SCPD Canine Dies From Sudden Illness

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Dallas V served the residents of Suffolk for more than 5 years
The Suffolk County Police Department is mourning the loss of active duty canine Dallas V, a 6-year old German Shepherd that died from a sudden illness on September 1, 2021.
Dallas V joined the SCPD in 2016, training with handler Kenneth Michaels, and was named […]

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