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McKay vs Cancellare: Tamper Time or Teapot Tempest?

Village Tattler makes every effort to ensure that our stories are factual, well- researched and meaningful.  We eschew hearsay, will not stoop to journalistic mud-slinging and steadfastly refuse to get bogged down in political sniping.

We are keenly aware of the current controversy surrounding the inferred removal of a political lawn sign (or signs)

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Letter to the Editor: It’s Not My Job

Letter from TOH. Please click to enlarge.

This year my oldest son entered the fifth grade at The Woodhull School, Huntington School District #3. A few weeks before school started we were informed via writing by the school

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Police to Monitor Sex Offenders During Halloween

 There will be increased patrols to ensure safety for all trick-or-treaters this Halloween.

Suffolk County Police Department Special Victims Section detectives will be out in force from

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Letter to the Editor: We Need a Leader in Challenging Economic Times

Dear Editor:

In challenging economic times, we need a leader in Legislative District #18 that will work tirelessly to better the circumstances for Huntington’s families.  At a minimum, we need a Legislator who takes the job seriously and shows up to work with residents for the betterment of the community.

In the last few

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POV: Sacred Cows

Sacred cow: noun, a person, institution, etc., that is unreasonably held to be above criticisim.

In 2011, 48% of budget expenditures were for salaries and benefits while another 25% were for fixed contractual obligations. Following the

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The Heckscher Museum of Art and Cinema Arts Centre Announce Long Island Biennial 2012

Call for entries now through December 31, 2011

The Heckscher Museum of Art and the Cinema Arts Centre are pleased to announce that they are accepting entries for the Long Island Biennial 2012.  Professional artists, age 18 years

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Cooper Announces ShotSpotter® Gunshot Detection System in Huntington Station Before Thanksgiving

ShotSpotter's Network Operations Center

With the holiday season coming up fast, many people are finding little to be thankful for during these tough times. But Huntington Station residents, worried about gun violence in their community, may be

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Pedestrian Killed in Motor Vehicle Crash, Dix Hills

Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives are investigating a fatal motor vehicle crash that claimed the life of a 45-year-old pedestrian in Dix Hills this morning.

Kevin Keegan was standing in the westbound lanes of Jericho Turnpike, just east of East Deer Park Road, when he was struck at approximately 4:20 a.m. by a

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New State-of-the-Art Sports Facility, Breezy Park, Dedicated to Brianna Titcomb

Yesterday's Breezy Park dedication, in memory of Brianna Titcomb.

Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and the members of the Town Council were joined by representatives of three youth sports organizations on Sunday, October 23, to dedicate

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Holy Titanic II

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