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A Very Cool Club for Kids

Playing for the team

With 85 degree weather outside you are probably thinking more along the lines of ice in your Margarita than under your skates. However if your child wants to play hockey next year then you

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Poetry in Motion, Not Just for Subways Anymore

Glenda Jackson with Huntington Township's young poets

Fifteen poets from local high schools were recognized yesterday as winners of the Town’s 2010 Poetry for the HART competition, earning them certificates from members of the Town Council

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Shoes Going Green

Shoe with a green soul

The VT received a request for your old shoes to be dropped of by this Sunday, May 2nd:

Souls4 Souls (Soles 4 Souls)  is a fabulous non-profit organization that collects and distributes

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Lightening the Load for Our Soldiers

Christin Griskie

Some leaders are born women and Centerport resident, Christin Griskie is one of them. Christin recalls that first day of the Iraq war in March of 2003, when she was in the kitchen listening to her son

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JAI Swap March on Town Hall Redux

Meryl Otis Kessler leads the charge

Roughly 60 adults and children marched from Hecksher Park to Huntington’s Town Hall today carrying signs asking Town Council members to trade locations with the children in Jack Abrams Intermediate School

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Two Women Arrested on Prostitution Charges in Huntington

Suffolk County Police today arrested two Flushing women for prostitution at a Huntington massage parlor.  Second Precinct Crime Section officers in conjunction with undercover  officers, conducted an investigation that revealed prostitution activity at the Acupuncture Acupressure massage parlor located at 866 West Route 25.  Massage tables,

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Mark - Man With a Plan - Mayoka

Councilman Mark Mayoka

Mark Mayoka held a crisis mapping information meeting at Jack Abrams Intermediate School in Huntington Station last night.  The violent crimes in Huntington Station have escalated over the past few years and community members are speaking

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Weekend Plans April 29th - May 1st

Spring Guitar Extravaganza at Dix Hills Performing Arts Center

Here are a few samplings of this weekend’s happenings.  Please check our events calendar for a complete list.  Have Fun!

THURSDAY

The

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Legislator Cooper Receives Equality Award

Suffolk County Legislator Jon Cooper

On Saturday, April 24th, the Suffolk Chapter of the New York Civil Liberties Union honored County Legislator Jon Cooper (D-Lloyd Harbor) at its 2010 Annual Awards Luncheon.  Legislator Cooper received the Equality Award, which

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Optimism Hits Town

Billy and Jean Ann Weller

Billy and Jean Ann Weller Living the Good Life

Billy and Jean Ann Weller agree that, “Huntington is the place to be”, so that’s why they opened their first retail

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