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Man Stabbed In Huntington Village

 

A dispute turned violent early Saturday morning, July 23, on Green Street, Huntington.

A dispute turned violent early Saturday morning, July 23, when a

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Some Like It Hot

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Youths Get A Chance To Advance

Twenty four children and teens from EAC’s (the Education & Assistance Corporation’s), Chance to Advance program experienced a Day at the Theater at Northport’s John W. Engeman Theater. EAC’s Chance To Advance Program supports children in foster care ages 6 to 21 and provides these youths with enrichment programs and life-skills workshops free

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Summer Travel and Your Home’s Security

Vacation time is here and whether you are planning a traditional vacation, a weekend getaway, or a two-week excursion, a little safety planning before you leave is all you need to have peace

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A Special Day for Special Kids: West Hills Day Camp

A Special Day for Special Kids is slated for Saturday July 30, 2011, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at West Hills Day Camp, 21 Sweet Hollow Road, Huntington. Now in its seventh year, this annual event affords children with special needs – be it autism spectrum disorder, Asperger syndrome, Tourette’s syndrome, ADHD, OCD

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Women Arrested at Big H Shopping Center: Child Left Unattended

Aimee Rachlin of Old Brookville was arrested today for leaving her one-year-old daughter unattended in the parking lot at Huntington's Big H Shopping Center.

This morning at 11:10 a.m. a woman was arrested by Suffolk County Police for leaving her

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Life: A Founding Principle

Crime is once again on the rise in Huntington.  This past June brought proof that crime is now spreading to what were once considered the “safer” parts of town.  These are the parts away from Huntington Station–-the parts with the broad lawns, winding streets, and their own private police forces. The most alarming report

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Huntington POV: Mauled by the Mall

I live somewhere within the Town of Huntington (TOH) in the corrupt land of King Frank Petrone.  I am fearful that if I speak up, the next day swarms of TOH employees will find problems with my house or certificate of occupancy, or tell me I failed to trim trees on my property in

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Update on Man Shot Multiple Times in Huntington Village

Suffolk County Police today arrested a Greenlawn man, who resides at 220 Broadway, for shooting the same man in two separate incidents this month. Following an investigation, Second Squad detectives, with assistance

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Mosquito Samples Test Positive for West Nile Virus

Cover up to avoid mosquitos.

Suffolk County Health Services (SCDHS) Commissioner James L. Tomarken, MD, MSW, MPH, announced that the New York State Department of Health confirmed today

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