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Entering the grounds of the Suffolk Correctional Facility in Riverhead can be a somewhat unsettling experience. The high fence topped with barbed wire and razor ribbon along with the checkpoints and uniformed armed guards create a certain “shock and awe” factor, especially for high school students.
A group of Huntington High School students enrolled in Street […]

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The proposed Matinecock Court development will generate 155 multi-family housing units on a 14.5 acre parcel in East Northport that is currently undeveloped open space. This development equates to approximately 10.6 units per acre. The Town of Huntington Planning Board issued a Positive Declaration back in 1995 for the proposed development. When a planning board issues such declaration […]

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Thirty Year Battle of Matinecock Court – Part 1

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For More than 30 years there has been an ongoing and costly battle about the fate of a 14.5 acre plot of land on the corner of Elwood Road and Pulaski in East Northport.  In 1978 a not-for-profit group called Housing Help requested a change in the zoning code in order to build 162 federally subsidized housing […]

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Cold Spring Harbor FD Christmas Tree Sale

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Cold Spring Harbor Fire Department Holds
10th Annual Christmas Tree Sale
The Cold Spring Harbor Fire Department will be holding their 10th Annual Christmas Tree Sale on December 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, in the park across from the Firehouse on Main Street – Route 25A.
The hours for the Tree Sale are as follows:
Friday, December 2nd – 4 […]

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Trees Damaged At Wolf Hill Park

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It sounds like a simple thing to do. Clear out some brush in an area with trees.

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Budget By Default at Midnight Last Night

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The Town of Huntington 2012 Preliminary Budget became the Adopted Budget by default at midnight last night. We will have more information on this story and it’s possible ramifications soon.
Its hard to believe that the Town Board did not get together and sort this out. It is probably the most important thing they do all year.

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Shop Local to Support Small Business

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The Town of Huntington and the Huntington Chamber of Commerce proudly sponsor the first ever town-wide Small Business Saturday. Small Business Saturday follows the busiest shopping day of the year, known as Black Friday.
It is our intention to assist small businesses, within our area by bringing shoppers ‘back into the storefront,’ in order to stimulate […]

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The Transcripts of AJ Carter’s Recording

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Please be careful when listening to this audio as there is language that is not fit for children to hear. We have left the recording as is so you can hear exactly what was said.
Here is the audio (click the arrow to the right of the speaker icon):
Voice Message About FOIL Request
Here is the original […]

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Huntington Harbor Boat Parade – November 25

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An exciting spectacle of vessels…sail and power, commercial and recreational, decorated by individuals, clubs and organizations, parading through Huntington Harbor.

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Program: Movers In The Sky

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Award winning astrophysicist and popular lecturer, Dr. Kevin Manning, explains comets, meteors, and asteroids with fascinating photos and illustrations Dec. 2, 2011 at the Huntington Public Library

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