Suffolk County Police arrested Maritza Rios last night.
Suffolk County Police have arrested a Huntington Station woman who was involved in an altercation on New York Avenue in Huntington on August 20, see http://villagetattler.com/2011/08/22/assault-in-huntington-village/.
Maritza Rios became involved
Continue reading Update: Assault on New York Avenue
Irene's path. Credit: National Hurricane Center
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Commissioners of the Halesite Fire District passed a resolution at their July 13 meeting authorizing a special district vote that seeks taxpayer approval for the purchase of a new 1,000 gallon-per-minute (GPM) 4×4 pumper. The new equipment is to be manufactured by Ferrara Fire Apparatus of Holden, LA. District-wide vote is slated for August
Continue reading Halesite FD Seeks New Pumper
Based on the reports from the National Weather Service The Suffolk County Department of Health Services (SCDHS) has issued an advisory against swimming at all Suffolk County beaches on Sunday, 8/28/11, due to the potential for dangerous conditions including but not limited to high surf, storm surges, high winds, floating debris and dangerous rip
Continue reading No Swimming At Any Suffolk County Beach On Sunday
Asharoken Mayor Pat Irving and TOH’s Supervisor Frank Petrone have announced a Voluntary Evacuation of the Village and Eaton’s Neck beginning at 9:00 AM, Saturday morning, August 27th.
“If you have someplace else to go, you should go there,” says Irving. It is anticipated that the dunes along Asharoken Avenue will breach during the
Continue reading Storm Update from Asharoken Village
Hurricane Irene expected to hit anytime from Saturday night through Sunday. Credit: National Hurricane Center
Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone today issued an executive order declaring a disaster emergency in the Town and was joined by officials
Continue reading TOH Declares Disaster Emergency in Anticipation of Hurricane Irene
A work in progress: Huntington’s Paramount Theater
Many moons ago, when I was a mere pipsqueak kid living in this one-horse town of Huntington, there wasn’t so much to do. Alright maybe I haven’t been around as long as horse
Continue reading The Yakkity Yak on Huntington’s New Paramount Theater
Are you ready?
An important release from the Halesite Fire Department:
With Hurricane Irene heading towards our area, here are some tips on how to prepare courtesy of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA):
Continue reading Here Comes Hurricane Irene
Photo by Steve Silverman
A Suzuki motorcycle collided with a Chevrolet sedan on Pidgeon Hill Road near Greenhills Road in South Huntington, Wednesday evening, August 24. The motorcyclist suffered injuries and was airlifted to the Stony Brook
Continue reading Motorcycle Crash on Pidgeon Hill Rd
Samantha Deutsch, of 5 Wallace Ct., Huntington Station, escaped from the Second Precinct last night. Photo credit: Suffolk County Police Department
Today, Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives arrested Samantha Deutsch, age 23, a Huntington Station woman who escaped police custody
Continue reading Update: Woman Arrested for Escaping Police Custody