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The Legend Lives on, from the Chippewa on Down, of the Big Lake They Call Halesite Sue Bee

Sue Bee's waters receded mid-morning Thursday before returning again Friday

Sue Bee’s angry waters were running through Halesite like an angry mob Friday morning. Water geysered

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Huntington POV: If Men Were Angels

In this hotly contested 2010 election season, the issues at hand can be readily broken down into two, apparently irreconcilable philosophies. These sparring theories are those of constitutional conservatism on the one hand, and

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Weekend Plans: September 30th to October 3rd

Get thee to Cold Spring Harbor this weekend and immerse yourself in art, history, commerce and maybe a glass of wine in between

Aside from the deluge expected

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Dignity Vietnam Memorial Arrives in Huntington

Dignity Memorial Arrival

Local fire departments provided a welcome as the Dignity Memorial Vietnam Wall arrived in Huntington on Tuesday, September 28. Aerial ladder trucks

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Huntington Town Councilman Mark Mayoka Endorses John Gomez for Congress

Gomez and Mayoka share political views and a fondness for red ties

Huntington Town Councilman Mark Mayoka has announced his endorsement of Long Island Businessman John Gomez, the

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Jon Cooper Visits the Temporary Huntington Station Police Annex

Big Brother in the house

On Tuesday, September 28th, Suffolk County Legislator Jon Cooper spent the morning at the Town of Huntington’s Community Outreach Center, which

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Fado Brings a Portuguese Feast to Huntington

That's a Portuguese restaurant peeking out from behind those telephone poles

Fado, a tasty Portuguese Restaurant opened up in Huntington Village just over a month ago.

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Huntington Woman Named One of the Top Personal Injury Lawyers in New York State

Top Lawyer, Carol Schlitt

Carol L. Schlitt has been named by New York Super Lawyers magazine as one of the top attorneys in New York for personal injury law. Only five percent

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South Huntington Hall of Fame Inductees Honored

(l-R) Council members Susan Berland and Mark Mayoka and, at right, Legislator Lou D’Amaro (D-Huntington Station) honor 2010 South Huntington Hall of Fame Inductees Irene Moore

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County Executive Levy, Suffolk Economic Leaders Unveil Ambitious, 10-Point Action Plan Actions Geared toward Enhancing Business-Friendly Environment

County Executive Steve Levy

The office of Steve Levy issued this release today:

Joined by leading members of his Economic Development Consortium, Suffolk Executive Steve Levy

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