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Shootings At Lincoln Apartments – Update

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Two Of Three Victims Live In Properties that are LLC’s owned by Don Pius.
Darius Howard, 16, Devon White, 18, and Philip Perez, 22, were sitting in a vehicle parked at the Lincoln Apartments in Huntington Station at approximately 3:15 p.m. when a large group of males surrounded the vehicle and at least two members of the group fired […]

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Multiple Shots Fired At Lincoln Apartments

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Shooting at Lincoln Farm Apartments. Unconfirmed reports that 3 people have been shot. Police car involved in an accident as a result of this incident.  Neighbors claim this is a regular occurrence at Lincoln apartments and they are fed up. Police choppers are currently searching the area.  More to follow.
 

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Huntington Holiday Parade Photos

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Thousands of people turned out to enjoy the 2nd annual Huntington Holiday Parade and Christmas Tree lighting on Saturday, November 26, 2011.
 
 

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Holiday Historic House Tour – Sunday, December 4

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During this time of year, the Huntington Historical Society arranges tours of local homes that date from Colonial times through the current century.

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Don’t Miss The Next Print Issue Of The Huntingtonian – Deadline December 15

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You can now order your subscription online.  Click here or on “Subscription” on the menu at the top of the page to sign up to recieve The Huntingtonian in print.  Subscriptions can make a nice holiday gift.  Don’t miss some exciting articles that are in the print edition only. Subscriptions can be sent at any time. […]

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This beautiful parcel of land has been approved for subdivision.  It is located on Park Avenue across from the Huntington Jewish Center.  It is located in School District 3.   The home owners who live adjacent to the property have told us about the decades long ordeal they have endured in trying to preserve this land and protect  their quality […]

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Suffolk Legislature Creates Nation’s First Pet Store Rating System

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 The Suffolk County Legislature created the nation’s first rating program for pet stores that sell puppies. Seeking to appeal to socially conscious consumers as a means to combat the scourge of substandard dog-breeding facilities, known as “puppy mills,” the bill’s sponsor, Majority Leader Jon Cooper (D-Lloyd Harbor), modeled his law after New York City’s renowned […]

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CENTERPORT, NY—Following the overwhelming approval of his bill at today’s meeting of the Suffolk County Legislature, Majority Leader Jon Cooper (D-Lloyd Harbor) came one step closer to preserving the DeForest Williams property in Cold Spring Harbor.
The proposed acquisition is comprised of 28 acres of heavily wooded hillside land, sloping downwards to Shore Road. Filled with […]

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Flower Hill Movie Night

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The Flower Hill school in the Huntington School district held the 2nd annual Movie Night on Friday, November 18.  Students walked the red carpet as they entered the school to watch Rio.  The decorations and theme tied into the movie. Debbie Wilson along with other PTA volunteers did a great job of organizing the event.
While the […]

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2nd Annual Huntington Holiday Parade and Festival

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Last year, an estimated 5,000 people packed Huntington Village for the parade. This year’s parade promises to be even more spectacular, with floats from 35 to 40 participants, including Fire Departments, community groups and businesses. There will be horse-drawn cart rides, hot chocolate and cookies, and Santa and Mrs. Claus. Prizes will be given for […]

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