Due to some upcoming work that will take place in Huntington Harbor, the 2014 Huntington Lighthouse Boat Parade/Parade of Lights has been cancelled.
Tugboats, barges and ancillary vessels are presently positioning themselves into Huntington Harbor to begin a long awaited dredging project, and additional vessels will be soon be arriving to start the
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Google has put up a crisis map trying to help people find gasoline. The information doesn’t seem to be updated very quickly, but if you click the markers you can get some more information and times of last updates. Please be careful out there
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The following schools will be closed, most on Monday and Tuesday, with the exception of South Huntington on Monday only:
Huntington School District, www.hufsd.edu, will be closed on Monday, October 29, and Tuesday, October 30.
Cold Spring Harbor School District will be closed on
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Actor Russell Crowe, who won the Academy Award for “Gladiator,” got lost kayaking in Huntington on Saturday. Crowe and a friend were picked up by a U.S. Coast Guard boat and taken with their kayaks to Huntington Harbor, said officials.
Crowe and his friend launched their kayaks from Cold Spring Harbor on Saturday afternoon.
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Quick action by two Huntington Town Bay Constables resulted in the boating while intoxicated arrest of a Connecticut man who had been operating his 34-foot boat at an unsafe and imprudent speed and traveling on the wrong side of the channel.
At about 9:43 p.m. on Wednesday, August 8,
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The Village of Huntington Bay is having its 10th annual Holiday gift drive for the children and teenagers at the Pederson-Krag Center in Huntington. Pederson-Krag is a mental health and addiction recovery agency that provides services to hundreds of needy children and teenagers in the Huntington area. The Center has been hard hit by the economy and the
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West Neck Rd., Lloyd Harbor
Hurricane Irene expected to hit anytime from Saturday night through Sunday. Credit: National Hurricane Center
Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone today issued an executive order declaring a disaster emergency in the Town and was joined by officials
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James L. Tomarken, MD, MSW, MPH, MBA, FRCPC, FACP, Commissioner of the Suffolk County Department of Health Services, said today that due to the heavy rainfall that occurred yesterday (8/14/11) and the additional rain that is forecasted for today (8/15/11), the Suffolk County Department of Health Services has issued an advisory against bathing at
Continue reading Advisory Issued Against Bathing at 66 Suffolk County Beaches
Crime is once again on the rise in Huntington. This past June brought proof that crime is now spreading to what were once considered the “safer” parts of town. These are the parts away from Huntington Station–-the parts with the broad lawns, winding streets, and their own private police forces. The most alarming report
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