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Huntington Library Budget: We Report, You Decide!

Citing ongoing and contentious union negotiations since their 2010/2011 budget year, Huntington Public Library officials have disclosed that selected line items in the annual publications used to describe their projected expenses were not accurately revealed.

The objective, according to Library Director Debra Englehardt, was to minimize the amount of

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Huntington Station Arrests Raise Questions of Residence

Suffolk County Police arrests in Huntington Station last night.

Suffolk County Police reported the arrest of several Huntington Station deli and grocery store employees and customers during a state liquor authority check last

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Comptroller Submits Resignation to Town of Huntington

Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone announced today that Tracy Yogman, the director of the Department of Audit and Control, has accepted a position in the not-for-profit sector and will be resigning, effective April 20. She is leaving for a job in the non-for-profit sector after working with the Town of Huntington for four years.

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SRO Crowd Pans Brownfield Plan

A crowd shows up at the Brownfield meeting on March 27.

In a lively and often contentious meeting that lasted more than two hours, local residents took Town officials and the Brownfield Opportunity Area

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Assemblyman Andrew Raia Issues Statement on Recent Revenue Update

Andrew Raia

“Recently, Comptroller DiNapoli came out with a report explaining that we are currently running $164 million ahead of projected revenue collections for the 2011-12 Fiscal Year. If these numbers hold, I believe that

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Commack Firefighters Battle Trailer Fire

Photo by Steve Silverman.

The Commack Fire Department was alerted to multiple calls reporting a structure fire in the vicinity of Crooked Hill Road near the old Commack Multiplex Theater on Sunday night, March 25, at approximately

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Town of Huntington Slates Brownfield Review

The Town of Huntington (TOH) has scheduled its first Brownfield Opportunity Area (BOA) review and is seeking public input.

Brownfields are abandoned, often blighted properties that were once, useful, productive businesses. Many times, the sites include current or former dry cleaners, warehouses, gas stations, and other industrial or commercial

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Teen Arrested for Criminal Mischief and Making Graffiti

Suffolk County Police arrest a teen from Commack for vandalism that occurred in Huntington last summer.

Suffolk County Police today arrested a Commack teen for multiple incidents of vandalism that occurred in the Town of Huntington dating back

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Huntington Firefighters Battle Lloyd Harbor Blaze

 

Photo by Steve Silverman.

Volunteers from the Huntington Fire Department were dispatched to battle a raging house fire on Hawk Drive in the Village of Lloyd Harbor, yesterday, March 24, at 3:43 p.m.  Upon arrival, firefighters found the

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Dix Hills Fire Department Officers Installed

 

From left to right: Chiefs leading the Dix Hills Fire Department are First Assistant Chief Thomas Magno, Chief of Department Richard Granahan, Second Assistant Chief Robert Fling, and Third Assistant Chief Thomas Napolitano. Photo by Steve

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