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Cold Spring Harbor FD Hosts Fire Prevention Week Open House

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The Cold Spring Harbor Fire Department invites the community to their Fire Prevention Week Open House on Sunday, October 9, from 10 a.m – 1 p.m. at the park across from the Cold Spring Harbor Firehouse on Main Street – Route 25A.
The fun-filled and informative event will feature many activities including hands-on guided tours of […]

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Open Letter From Jon Cooper

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An Open Letter To Residents Of The 18TH Legislative District
It has been a tremendous honor for me to serve as your County Legislator for the past 12 years.  Regrettably, because of mandatory term limits, I’ll be leaving office at the end of this year. That makes this upcoming election more important than ever to me.

We […]

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Scoreboards Dedicated at Veterans Park in Memory of Louis Acompora

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East Northport, NY – The Acompora family along with Huntington Town Council Members Susan Berland, Glenda Jackson and Mark Mayoka were joined by representatives from the Northport Youth Football and Northport Lacrosse Leagues Oct. 4 in dedicating two scoreboards at Veterans Park donated in memory of Louis J. Acompora.
 Louis, a Northport High School freshman, died on […]

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Steve Jobs Dies

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Legend Steve Jobs dies at the age of 56. He was fighting pancreatic cancer for quite some time. His legacy will be his unbelievable products:

Apple II (1977):  The machine that launched Apple and the personal computer industry. Apple II computers came with a keyboard, monitor and two disk drives.
Macintosh (1984): With a revolutionary graphical interface […]

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For those who pay attention to politics, you know this is the time of year known as The Silly Season.  The silly season and the type of antics that go along with it, is exactly what keeps about 80% of people away from the political process, especially at the local level.  The silly, meaningless, and degrading literature […]

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AOL Inc. is a web services company. Its business includes online content, products and services that they offer consumers, publishers and advertisers. AOL focuses on attracting consumers and providing online advertising services on company owned and operated properties as well as third party websites. Some holdouts still use AOL as a dial-up internet subscription access […]

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Something’s being “Taken” but its not the “Blocks Back”

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“This is what Take Back the Blocks is all about – replacing substandard living units with decent housing, and replacing absentee landlords with residents who have the pride of ownership. When completed, this project will go a long way toward stabilizing this neighborhood,” said Supervisor Frank Petrone, who created the program with his Town Board […]

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Huntington Manor FD Mourns Ex-Chief Charles Hoffmann

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Photo above left: Charlie Hoffmann, second from left, is pictured with the Assistant Chiefs at his installation into office as Chief of the Huntington Manor Fire Department in 2000. From left are Mike Pastore, Charles Hoffmann, John Glidden, and Peter Nelson. Chief Nelson, also a New York City firefighter with Rescue Company No. 4, was […]

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Note: Normally, the Huntingtonian provides very specific details in our stories.  In this story, we make reference to homeless shelters, sober houses, and other homes that are owned by the Town.  Because of the delicate nature of the situation and because children are involved, we have decided not to release the addresses of these dwellings.  […]

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Murals Bloom At Gateway Garden

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Standing tall or small, with tiny fingers dipped in paint or bigger hands wielding brushes, more than 70 volunteer adults and children painted for more than a month during this past summer to create 5 murals now gracing Gateway Park Organic Community Garden in Huntington Station.
On Saturday, Oct. 1, the community of gardeners and painters […]

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