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A Mouthful of Memories at Huntington’s Long Island Fall Festival

A standing-room-only crowd gathered for the 2010 Long Island Fall Festival’s annual Meatball Eating Contest which takes place at Heckscher Park in Huntington, NY. Photo Credit: Nightingale PR/John Zadrozny

The Long Island Fall Festival, brought to you by the

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Letter to the Editor from SC Legislator Jon Cooper

Legislator Jon Cooper

From the Office of Suffolk County Legislator Jon Cooper:

Dear Editor,

I would like to take this opportunity to update the community about the status of the proposed cell tower at the Vanderbilt Museum.

Best Part-Time Job In Huntington

At its September 20, 2011, meeting, the Town Board adopted a resolution (2011-M-29) advising that Huntington’s 2012 Preliminary Operating Budget has been completed and is available for inspection in the Town Clerk’s office.  According to the resolution, any interested person can inspect the proposed budget during regular business hours.

Included in the planned items

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Proposal of a Vanderbilt Museum Cell Tower

Elizabeth Black, Candidate for Suffolk County Legislature 18th LD

On May 12, 2009, the Suffolk County Legislature unanimously approved a plan brought forward by Jon Cooper to build a cell phone tower at the Vanderbilt Museum in

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Petrone Cuts Spending in Proposed 2012 Budget

Huntington Town Hall

For Immediate Release from the Town of Huntington:

The Town Board has scheduled a public hearing on the budget proposal for Oct. 11 at 6 p.m.

Supervisor Frank P. Petrone today presented a proposed 2012

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Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor,

I spoke at length today with Legislator Jon Cooper and was very pleased to learn that he has decided to oppose any resolution that is filed requesting approval for the contract between the Vanderbilt Museum and the cell tower contractor.

I want to thank Legislator Cooper for his leadership in the fight

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John Turturro’s Passione at Huntington’s Cinema Arts Centre

   Singer Raiz passes a Neapolitan beauty on the street in ‘Nun Te Scurda’ (Don’t You Forget)

John Turturro’s PASSIONE will screen daily from September 30 through October 6. Cinema Arts Centre favorite Filmmaker/Actor John Turturro returns, this time live via Skype,

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The State of our Beloved Town: Back in the Hands of its People

In June, the Greater Huntington Civic Group declared war on local government, specifically the members of the Town Council.  Our words were hyperbolic.  Rather than a call to armed insurrection, it was an expression of frustration at the state of the beloved town in which we live.
The closure of one of our schools, and the

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SCPD Issues Silver Alert

Silver alert for Michael Meritet issued by Suffolk County Police Department.

UPDATE

Michael Meritet has been located and is in good condition.

The Suffolk County Police Department has issued a Silver Alert in regards to a

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CSH FD’s Antique Flea Market

On Sunday, September 18, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., COLD SPRING HARBOR FIRE DEPARTMENT will hold its  33rd ANNUAL QUALITY ANTIQUE FLEA MARKET   in the PARK across from the FIRE HOUSE.

  2 MAIN STREET ADMISSION: $6.00

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