After reviewing a recent flier by William Spencer a number of immediate questions surfaced. This piece directed the typical criticism of Elizabeth Black’s school budget voting record. In the absence of any substantial voting record for William Spencer, I wanted to gain a better insight of William Spencer’s potential approach ahead of
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A raging fire on October 30 was brought under control by the Dix Hills Fire Dept. Photo by Steve Silverman.
The Dix Hills Fire Department responded to an early morning raging fire at a home on Majestic Drive in Dix Hills, Sunday,
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The New York Islanders recently signed a contract with the Town of Huntington to operate the pro shop at the Town’s recently-expanded Dix Hills Ice Rink, 575 Vanderbilt Parkway, Dix Hills, NY. The Islanders will be cerebrating the grand opening of the pro shop, which will serve both hockey players and figure skaters, beginning
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Huntington Manor Fire Department helped a man who was trapped under a tree. Photo by Steve Silverman.
Huntington Manor Fire Department volunteer firefighters were dispatched for reports of a man trapped underneath a tree on Dix Hills Road near
Continue reading Man Trapped Under Tree and Huntington Manor FD Responds
As a teacher for 34 years and a trustee of the Huntington School Board, Liz Black has gained her experience in conflict resolution, management and has been a proactive
Continue reading NY State Assemblyman Andrew Raia Endorses Liz Black for 18th LD
Canine Weather Alert: Annual Howl-Ween Canine Costume Parade Rescheduled for Sunday, Oct. 30 Due To Threat Of Inclement Weather
With the weather forecast calling for rain and possible snow showers tomorrow, Saturday, October 29, Canine Executives have met in closed
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Intro panel Image of Byzantine Frieze from the series Ritual Bayou by Romare Howard Bearden. On view during Ripped:The Allure of Collage Exhibition from October 29, 2010 through January 8, 2012.
The Heckscher Museum of Art is pleased to
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Joseph Carrello joins Stephanie Kahn, President and Founder of the Stephanie Joyce Kahn Foundation, Jill Kahn-Carrello, Ali Mitchell, Chris Mitchell and the Carrello children, Aidan and Caroline, at the “Party…and Show You Care,” fundraiser at the Huntington Crescent Club.
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The grand opening of the TOH's HSBRRC.
Councilman Mark Mayoka and the Town of Huntington proudly launched the opening of the Huntington Small Business Resource and Recovery Center (HSBRRC) in Room 304 in Huntington Town Hall. The Grand
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During the past several weeks I have received several mailings related to the candidates in the 18th Legislative District of Suffolk of which I have been a resident for the past 8 years. If I hadn’t been following the race closely I would think that Candidate Spencer was running for a seat on the
Continue reading Letter to the Editor: Black’s Actions Speak Louder than Words