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Huntington to Dedicate Breezy Park on Sunday, Oct.23

At 8:45 a.m. tomorrow, October 23, 2011, football, soccer and lacrosse leagues will join in a ceremony dedicating Breezy Park , which is named in memory of a 13-year-old killed by a drunk driver.

Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and the Town Council, joined by Suffolk County officials and representatives from the

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Letter to the Editor: Spencer Fails to Vote

I have been closely following the campaign for the election of Suffolk County Legislator for the 18th Legislative District and am most impressed by Elizabeth Black.  She is the Republican Conservative candidate who has set forth a positive campaign outlining her vision and her goals should she be elected as our representative. Liz Black

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Dix Hills Fire Department Hosted Open House

 

Photo by Steve Silverman.

The Dix Hills Fire Department recently hosted its annual Open House at Fire Headquarters on East Deer Park Road.  Visitors were treated to many activities and educational events including fire prevention, personal and home

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Weekend Plans for Everyone

Friday, October 21, 2011 at 7 p.m.

Academy Award-Winning Director & Bestselling Author, MICHAEL MOORE, will speak about and sign his new book Here Comes Trouble.

Book Revue, 313 New York Avenue, Huntington NY 11743; (631) 271-1442

Michael Moore is at Book

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Greater Huntington Civic Group Files Lawsuit Against Town Board, Avalon Bay to Stop Development

Steven Spucces is President of the Greater Huntington Civic Group.

 

The lawsuit points to illegal spot zoning and environmental impact as

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“Embracing Our Differences” Art Exhibit Comes to Heckscher Park

Supervisor Frank Petrone speaks at art exhibit, "Embracing Our Differences."

Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone spoke on October 18 as part of the program introducing the outdoor art exhibit,

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Annual Howl-Ween Canine Costume Parade in Cold Spring Harbor Oct. 29

This year's event is in memory of Corky Nightingale, the adorable Westy who served as Parade Grand Marshal and was the inspiration for this very special annual celebration.

Once again the picturesque Village of Cold Spring Harbor is the

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State and Local Officials Address Community Concerns at “Government Reports Breakfast”

It will be a full house as state and local officials address community concerns and provide an update on government activities at this year’s annual “Government Reports Breakfast,” sponsored by the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce, on Thursday, October 27 from 7:30 to 10 a.m. at the Crest Hollow Country Club, 8325 Jericho Turnpike,

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Kids Corner: Engeman Theater Workshops at the Northport Library

Bobby Kabat, Director of Youth Programming at the John W. Engeman Theater teaching the Comedic Actor workshop in the Museum Cove at the Northport Library.

The Northport-East Northport Public Library has partnered with the John W. Engeman

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October is Fire Prevention Month: Visit Halesite FD’s Open House Oct.21

Halesite FD Chief, Andy Magerle

October is Fire Prevention Month. As such, residents are reminded to take time out to review fire safety procedures with their families. Here are some ways to do so:

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