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Huntington Synagogue Names New Cantor

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Temple Beth El of Huntington (660 Park Ave.) has named Deborah Zeitlen to be its new cantor as of July 1, 2012.  In this position, Cantor Zeitlen will be responsible for leading services with the rabbi, co-officiating at life-cycle events, teaching bar and bat mitzvah students, teaching prayer and providing pastoral counseling.  She succeeds Cantor […]

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Prometheus – Movie Review

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Prometheus is a very intriguing and highly enjoyable ride, which is so much more ambitious than a typical summer film and a true return to form for Ridley Scott, if not quite as great as his finest outings.

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On May 22, 2012 the Huntington Town Board held a public hearing pertaining to an application to convert Meyer’s Farm into a park area and, changing the zoning at the Tribune parcel, located on Deshon Drive, in Melville. The public hearing was well attended and speakers from both sides of the issue spoke passionately while […]

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Text Message Scam

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The Suffolk County Police Department’s Identity Theft Unit is warning residents of a cell phone text message phishing scam that is intended to trick the receiver into divulging personal financial information. 
Suffolk Police have become aware of a scam in which a text message is sent to a person’s cell phone alleging he/she is the recipient […]

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Louise Mosrie and James O’Malley Perform at the Cinema Arts Centre, June 21

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 Singer-songwriters Louise Mosrie and James O’Malley will be the featured performers during the Folk Music Society of Huntington’s Hard Luck Café at the Cinema Arts Centre on Thursday, June 21. The 8:30 p.m. concert will be preceded by an open mic at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $8 for Cinema Arts Centre and Folk Music Society […]

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Growing To Give

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Ten religious congregations have committed themselves to donating to food banks vegetables that they will grow this season at new gardens dedicated for that purpose, most on their own property.
The congregations are part of an Interfaith Community Service Garden Project developed by the Long Island Community Agriculture Network, a Huntington-based organization fiscally sponsored by the […]

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Summer Arts Program For Huntington Students

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Registration has resumed for the summer arts enrichment program in the Huntington School District now that the Huntington Arts Council has stepped up and agreed to become the program’s sponsor.
Classes will be held at Huntington High School from 8-11:50 a.m. from June 25 through July 20. (No classes will be held July 4 in observance […]

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Fire on Sabbath Day Path

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The Huntington Fire Department responded to a fire at 45 Sabbath Day Path at approximately 12:10 pm on Monday June 11.  There was no one home at the time.  The cause of the fire was believed to be from the dryer.  Huntington firefighters had the fire under control in a short period of time.
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Stony Brook Going to the College World Series!

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The Stony Brook baseball team has shocked the world. As you look at the picture the hands of all the players they show the “O” for Omaha and they made it. Go Seawolves! Long Island is behind you.

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Two Men Arrested In Huntington Station For Selling Alcohol To A Minor

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Suffolk County Police have arrested two Huntington Station men after they were caught selling alcohol to a minor during an underage alcohol sting. 
An underage volunteer, acting as an agent with the Suffolk County Police Department, entered 10 businesses in the Second Precinct with the intent to purchase alcohol on June 9 as part of an […]

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