Executive Board of Greater Huntington Civic Group shifts focus to alerting members to projects that are in the infancy stages.
Greater Huntington Civic Group President Steven Spucces announced today that the Group’s Executive Board has unanimously decided to no longer pursue the appeal that had been filed in the Appellate
Continue reading Greater Huntington Civic Group Drops Appeal to Stop Avalon Bay Housing Development
Part of the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to serve the business community in order to better the quality of life for its residents. In an effort to acknowledge residents with similar goals, the Chamber is seeking nominations for its John Klaber Memorial Award. The John Klaber Memorial Award symbolizes
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Covanta Huntington, L.P., the operator of the Energy-from-Waste facility in East Northport, recently held its annual Recycling Poster Contest for Grades 1-6. Hosted by Facility Manager, Tom Chambers, and Business Manager, Jeff George, all elementary and intermediate
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Young Professionals networking by the pool.
There was excitement in the air on Wednesday evening May 8th at the Crest Hollow Country Club where approximately 300 attendees joined the Huntington Township Chamber of
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Steven Spucces, president, delivers an address for the Greater Huntington Civic Group.
On Thursday, April 4, at 7:00 p.m., Greater Huntington Civic Group, Inc. presents “Two Views of
Continue reading Greater Huntington Civic Group Presents Two Views of the Future for Huntington Station
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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Stop in at Ooh la la Boutiques www.oohlalaboutiques.com, to celebrate the 12 “Deals” of Christmas, on 306 Main Street, Huntington, NY 11743 (631) 923-0851 (as well as other locations throughout Long Island) from now through Monday, December 24.
The twelve deals began last night through Monday, December 24. Deals include discounts on clothing, accessories and shoes.
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Pictured are First Place Winners of the 10th Annual Business Leadership Competition hosted by the Young Professionals Chamber of Commerce (YPCC), a program of the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce.
The Young Professionals Chamber of Commerce
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Lights on the water
The Holiday season is alive and well in Huntington as the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce, Huntington BID and merchants throughout each of Huntington’s hamlets offer special events, numerous
Continue reading Spend the Holidays in Huntington: Buy Local
Next Saturday, November 24, is Small Business Saturday and with many businesses still suffering the effects of Hurricane Sandy please advocate for them by promoting them.
Here is a partial list of local retailers who are participating in Small Business Saturday:
Cold Spring Harbor Shops
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