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Suffolk County Executive Levy Pushes for 2% State Cap on Mandatory Arbitration.

Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy

The office of Steve Levy issued this release today:

Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy today is calling on members of the New York State Legislature to impose a 2% cap on increases in union

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Legislator D’Amaro Honors Half Hollow Hills Business Leadership Award Winners

Legislator Lou D’Amaro (D-Huntington Station), right, joins Half Hollow East Business Teacher Jeff Finch to congratulate district students Aneesh Shah, Eric Gesuale, Jeff Cherkin and Cody Miecnikowski on their accomplishments in the Eighth Annual Huntington Township Chamber of

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Owner of HHA Vendor Is Also Donor to HHA’s Chairman Spencer

Huntington Station news cycle ( click to enlarge)

The Huntington Housing Authority generated headlines when it first hired PR firm New York Strategies, which is owned by Michael Schenkler, publisher of the Long-Islander.  A story in

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Meetings This Week January 30th-February 5th

Daniel Karpen will be walking softly in big wooden clogs AND brandishing a stick or other props Tuesday

Tuesday February 1st: Huntington’s Town Board Meeting will take place at Town Hall, 100 Main Street,Huntington, New York 11743

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Huntington POV: Hotel Huntington Needs Your Help This week

Dear Friends, Associates and Huntingtonians,

TD Bank has an application before the Town Board to build a branch at 410 New York Avenue. Please urge the Town Board to DENY TD’s application in its present form. A recent google search of banks in Huntington Village

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Legislator D’Amaro Informs Residents: Suffolk County Sponsored Job Fairs Scheduled for North Babylon and South Huntington

Pictured here at a previous Job Fair, Legislator D’Amaro (left) discusses employee assistance programs with Santos Abrilz, business representative for the Suffolk County Department of Labor.

The job market remains competitive and many people are still seeking employment during

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Cold is the New Norm(al)

Five Escape Huntington Station Blaze

Five people escaped a raging fire that heavily damaged a Huntington Station home on Third Avenue near West 10 Street, shortly after midnight, Saturday morning, January 29.  The Huntington Manor Fire Department responded and were assisted by the Huntington and Greenlawn Fire Departments

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The Magic of Local Favorite Thaddeus in “The World of Wonder”

Thaddeus

The Dix Hills Performing Arts Center will present a delightful children’s program Sunday, Jan. 30 at 2 p.m., when one of our favorite local actor/magicians Thaddeus performs “The World of Wonder.”  Tickets for this performance are just $12

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3RD Annual Got Talent? Long Island

This is not your homegrown talent contest. Long Island is the number one market for the arts in theatre, film and more! The Huntington Arts Council is pleased to announce auditions for amateur and professional entertainers for “Got Talent? Long Island,” the third annual island-wide competition featuring the best performing artists on Long Island. Live auditions are on

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