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Huntington Manor FD Responds to Three Fires in One Night

 

A fire on West Jericho Turnpike early Friday morning. Photo by Steve Silverman.

The Huntington Manor Fire Department responded to three working structure fires within about a  five-hour period on Thursday night into Friday morning.

The first fire was reported at

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Town Hall Rally on Tuesday, April 17

Huntington Town Hall

A rally has been organized for outside of  Huntington Town Hall at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 17, 2012, to support new town board member Gene Cook in demanding a Town Audit, http://audithuntington.com/

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Letter to the Editor: Open House at Fire Departments on April 21

Halesite FD Chief, Andy Magerle

As part of National Volunteer Week, April 15th – 21st, FASNY (Firemen’s Association of the State of New York) is encouraging all volunteer fire departments to open their doors

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Lawsuit Defends Right to Film Police in Suffolk County

The law firm of Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP, the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) and the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) today filed a federal civil rights lawsuit challenging Suffolk County’s policy and practice of obstructing the First Amendment right of the press and the public to record and gather the news

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Dix Hills FD Rescues Driver in Northern State Crash

Photo by Steve Silverman.

The Dix Hills Fire Department responded to a crash on the eastbound Northern State Parkway, west of the Deer Park Avenue exit at about 6 p.m. during the evening rush hour Wednesday, April 11. The driver

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42nd Street Musical Opens at Northport’s Engeman Theater this Week

A fast-paced dance-filled classic musical opens this week at John W. Engeman Theater in Northport. Photo by AnnMarie Snyder.

Come on along and listen to the lullaby of old Broadway at the John W. Engeman Theater.  The four-time

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Huntington’s Heckscher Museum’s Best in Show Goes to Phillip Gadkov from Walt Whitman High School

Best in Show Winner: Phillip Gadkov, The Rise of Consumerism, 2012, Mixed media, Walt Whitman High School, Art Teacher: Verna Amakawa

The 16th annual Long Island’s Best: Young Artists at the Heckscher Museum exhibition is a juried exhibition that is

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Moonjumpers Benefit at Jellyfish on May 7 for Huntington Alum

Moonjumpers Charitable Foundation will hold a fundraiser on May 7 for Kaila Harlan.

Kaila Harlan is a real sweetheart. Just ask her friends, family and former teachers at Huntington High School. She’s so well-liked the community’s heart sank

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Brush Fire Rages in West Hills County Park

Ten fire departments battled a raging brush fire that engulfed about four acres of woods at the West Hills County Park in Melville late Sunday night into Monday morning.  Over 100 firefighters using 15 trucks from Melville, Dix Hills, Huntington, Huntington Manor, Cold Spring Harbor, Deer

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UPDATE: First Amendment Rights to Film Police

UPDATE: Due to the Emergency Situation in Suffolk County with the wild fires,  the filing of the lawsuit and press conference scheduled for today has been rescheduled.  Our thoughts go out to all the brave men and women who are working tirelessly fighting this fire.

The Press conference

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