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Northport High School senior places fifth in Adidas track and field indoor nationals for weight throw

Northport High School senior Travis Roux is the school’s latest to take home “All-American” honors following his fifth place finish at the Adidas Track and Field Indoor Nationals for the weight throw. His throw of  66′ 0.50” (20.13m) earned him the finish, and the University of Connecticut bound student is ready to take his talents […]

Councilman Cooks Lawsuit Has Merit Says Island Park School District Attorneys

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There are several issues on our horizon that this Huntington Town Board needs to work together and find a resolution to these matters.  The first issue is the LIPA Tax Certiorari lawsuit which needs all hands-on deck working together and thinking outside the box to ensure the Town of Huntington and the Northport-East Northport School […]

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Chief Science Officer for Pfizer Says “Second Wave” Faked on False-Positive COVID Tests, “Pandemic Is Over”

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Editors note: We just published the updated on Covid for Long Island and the town numbers. Below story is an expression from a top scientific expert regarding a possible second wave.  And this one hour thirty-one minute interview with another expert in science and medical fields. Is a definite watch click here
 

In a stunning development, […]

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Councilman Cook Response to Lawsuit

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Town of Huntington
News Release From the Town of Huntington
 Council Office • 100 Main Street • Huntington, NY  11743
Town of Huntington Councilman Eugene Cook responds to a lawsuit he filed against Long Island Power Authority and National Grid
Attached is the memo that was submitted yesterday, August 3, 2020, to the Supreme Court of Suffolk County for […]

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Letter To The Editor Regarding LIPA/NatGrid Tax Case, With Criminal Implications

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July 20, 2020
Dear Editor,
When the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) was created, the New York State Legislature laid out clear “rules of the road” in the Public Authorities Law, that LIPA would be required to follow. It stated that “projects” would require Public Authorities Control Board (PACB) review and approval, before going forward. LIPA ignored […]

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Dear Editor LIPA/NAT GRID Are They Screwing The Huntington Taxpayers?

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Minor thoughts on the July 15, 2020 Northport-East Northport Union Free District Board of Education Meeting/Presentation:
I am absolutely embarrassed to have spent 3 hours listening to the school district’s attorney trying to persuade me into why settling was a good idea. The school board is allowing LIPA to bully them into a settlement, and are only […]

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Councilman Cook Sponsors Resolution to Schedule a Public Forum (LIPA) and National Grid’s Settlement Offer

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 On Wednesday July 15, 2020 at 9 a.m., at the Soundview Boat Ramp, (across from the Northport Power Plant), on Eaton’s Neck Road in Northport, Councilman Cook held a press conference regarding a resolution he will be sponsoring at the July 21, 2020 Town Board meeting scheduled for 7 p.m..  “This resolution will schedule a […]

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Elwood’s guidance department hosts Q&A

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Teachers, staff, students and parents are all learning to adapt to a new educational environment as schools remain closed to help curb the spread of COVID-19. In doing so, each have faced new challenges and stressors. That’s why Elwood-John H. Glenn High School guidance professionals – Carolyn Pollina, Lisa Sallie, Christiana Dobra and Janine Ferrante […]

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Commack Schools News: Two ISEF Finalists at Commack High School

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ISEF Regeneron Finalists Announced
 
Two Commack High School science research students, Jordan Walsh and Ethan Sontarp, are finalists in the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), sponsored by Regeneron (formerly INTEL). Finalists were chosen regionally in this year’s virtual fair, and our student’s projects were among more than 450 submissions rated and analyzed by the judges. […]

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Huntington Blue Devil Marching Band – Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser

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On behalf of the Band Parent Association of Huntington, we would like to invite the community to our annual Pancake Breakfast at Halesite Fire House on Sunday, Feb 9th from 9am – 5pm.  Tickets can be purchased at door on online here:https://www.bandparentsofhuntington.net/

The February 9th Pancake Breakfast at the Halesite Firehouse is a fundraiser for this trip and […]

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