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Man Arrested for DWI After Crashing Into Unoccupied Parked Vehicles in Huntington Village

Suffolk County Police arrested a Huntington man for driving while intoxicated after his vehicle struck multiple cars that were parked and unoccupied early this morning.

James Miller was driving a 2004 Land Rover SUV in the Town of Huntington municipal parking lot when he lost control of the vehicle and struck two parking signs

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Man Arrested After Injuring Police Officer, Pursuit from Melville to Nassau County

suffolk police car This morning, Suffolk County Police today arrested a man after he was involved in an incident that injured a police officer and led police on a pursuit

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Tense Thriller Opens This Weekend at Northport’s Engeman

Photo by AnnMarie Snyder.

Christina Bennett Lind as the blind housewife  and Michael Sharon as the sinister mastermind in Wait Until Dark. Photo by

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Firefighters Battle Greenlawn House Fire

Firefighters Battle Greenlawn House Fire. Photo by Steve Silverman.

The Greenlawn Fire Department responded to house fire last Friday night. Photo by

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Pro-Gun Demonstration Held Today

The Conservative Society for Action today organized hundreds of people to demonstrate in support of gun rights and against measures offered by Governor Cuomo and President Obama.

People carried signs supporting their causes, such as Second Amendment rights, at each corner of the Route 110 and Jericho Turnpike intersection. American flags and Gadsen Don’t

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Deadline for Disaster Assistance is January 28

Assemblyman Chad Luppinacci is reminding Huntington residents and small businesses about the pending deadline to file for Superstorm Sandy disaster relief. Applications for federal assistance for both personal and business recovery are due by January 28.

Residents must first register with FEMA to be eligible for federal disaster assistance even if they have contacted

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Capitol One Bank Robbed in Huntington Village

Suffolk County Police detectives are investigating a bank robbery that occurred at a Capital One bank in Huntington yesterday around 5:30 p.m..

A man entered the bank, located at 250 New York Ave., at approximately 5:30 p.m., approached a teller, demanded cash, and displayed what appeared to be a firearm.  The teller complied with

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Kudos and Congratulations to Huntington Residents

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Two Men Arrested for Armed Robbery in Huntington Station

suffolk police car Suffolk County Police arrested two men last night after they robbed a restaurant employee at gunpoint in Huntington Station.

Sources report that the suspects, Nick Marothiere, age

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Troop 78 Honors Three New Eagle Scouts

Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (R,C,WF,I–Huntington Station) recently joined Huntington Town Councilman Mark Mayoka, Town Clerk JoAnne Raia and Town Councilman Eugene Cook to honor the three newest Eagle Scouts of Huntington Troop 78 during their Eagle Scout Court of Honor: Dillon Kelly, Alex Wilcox and Brent Filippini.

“These young men have worked tirelessly to achieve this

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