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Against the Tide, Asharoken Says Yes to the Tax Cap

Asharoken Mayor Patricia Irving and the Village Board of Trustees chose not to override the new tax cap law on local governments.  Last June, the New York State Legislature enacted Governor Cuomo’s proposal to establish a 2% tax levy limit on all local governments and school districts beginning in 2012.

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Centerport Resident Joins New Jersey State Police

New Jersey State Trooper Gene Geissinger IV, left, with his dad, Suffolk County Police Detective Gene Geissinger III, right, at young Gene's graduation from the police academy.

Centerport resident Gene Geissinger IV, 24, recently graduated the

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Suffolk County Police Department Pharmacy Safety Initiative

In response to the growing issue concerning pharmacy crimes, prescription drug abuse and diversion, the Suffolk County Police Department will host a free pharmacist training session provided by Purdue Pharma’s Law Enforcement and Liaison Education (LELE) unit on Tuesday, February 14, 2012 from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. at   Suffolk County Police Academy / Suffolk County Community College, Lecture Hall, Sports, Health and Education Building, 502

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Jeff Beck Postponed at The Paramount

Due to delays in his recording schedule, Jeff Beck’s upcoming shows at The Paramount in Long Island have been temporarily postponed.  Beck had planned on The Paramount shows to be a launch for his new album, but will regrettably have to re-schedule. Tickets for the postponed dates will be honored for future shows to

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Chamber of Commerce To Hold ‘Cash Mob’ to Support Huntington Business Owners

It’s time to grab your money, get prepared for some great fun and meet us downtown as the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce’s Village Merchants Committee supports a new trend in “Buying Local” by initiating a monthly “Cash Mob” at local businesses in Huntington Village.

The concept is simple

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Officers Revive Huntington Station Man

Two Suffolk County Police Second Precinct officers revived a man who was not breathing in Huntington Station this morning.

Second Precinct Police Officers Angela Ferrara and Eileen Nieves responded to a home on Sandra Court in Huntington Station for an aided call regarding a male who was not breathing at 8:50 a.m.

The officers utilized an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED)

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Huntington Public Safety Officer Recognized for Rescue

Public Safety Officer Keith Tetrault receives proclamation from Town Board and congratulations from Public Safety Director Kenneth Lindahl.

At its February 6 meeting, the Huntington Town Board officially recognized

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Letter to the Editor from William Spencer: Addressing the Issues that Face our Communities

Dr. William Spencer (Photo: Mike Tyminski)

Dear Editor,

This week I participated in my first General Meeting of the Suffolk County Legislature.  It was both enlightening and exciting. 

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Dix Hills Firefighters Free Woman Trapped in Northern State Crash

Dix Hills firefighters working to extricate a woman trapped in a Mercury SUV on the Norther State. Photo by Steve Silverman.

The Dix Hills Fire Department responded to extricate a woman trapped in a Mercury SUV that slammed

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