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This award-winning documentary was a delight to watch last night at the Cinema Arts Centre, www.cinemaartscentre.org, my favorite Huntington venue. Hosted by retired teacher and psychotherapist Fred Craden, 10 Questions
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Huntington employer Telephonics, a government contractor specializing in electronic systems and products, has taken the lead and lowered the US flag in front of its 770 Park Avenue corporate headquarters to half-staff. The move is a tribute to the four Marines and one Sailor
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Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (R,C,I – South Huntington) recently joined members of the Huntington community to celebrate the Cinema Arts Center of Huntington at the Circle of Friends Brunch. Located on Park Avenue in Huntington, the Cinema Arts Center serves as Long Island’s premier showcase for international and independent films. During the event, Lupinacci spoke
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Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives are investigating a motor vehicle crash that seriously injured a motorcyclist in Huntington last evening.
Quincy Nelson, 17, was driving a 2005 Chrysler 300 southbound on New York Avenue when he made a left turn onto Prime Avenue and his vehicle collided with a 1974 Honda motorcycle,
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On Sunday, July 5th, The Coltrane Home of Dix Hills in conjunction with the Town of Huntington and The Huntington Arts Council will be staging an all-day, free, family-friendly festival of live music and music workshops. From
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The Chapin Family Concert, which was to kick off the 50th Anniversary of the Summer Arts Festival, has been rescheduled for this Monday, June 29, at Heckscher Park. The concert will begin at 8:30, and it will be preceded by a ceremony unveiling the sign officially identifying the venue as the Harry Chapin Rainbow Stage.
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Week 2 of the Annual Huntington Summer Arts Festival starts Tuesday, June 30th and runs through Sunday, July 5th. Join us at 8:30 PM every night, except Tuesday Night Family Series that start at 7:30 PM. The performances are held at the Chapin Rainbow Stage,
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The Town of Huntington will help kick off the 50th anniversary of the Summer Arts Festival Saturday June 27 by unveiling the new marquee that officially brands the Heckscher Park stage in memory of the late folksinger Harry Chapin and by honoring the Chapin family and the group Why Hunger, which Chapin co-founded with
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The Suffolk County Department of Health Services has issued an advisory against swimming at 64 beaches, including seven in the Town of Huntington, due to heavy rainfall overnight and Monday.
The advisory is based on the potential for the presence of bacteria
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Grace Kenny, a 6th grader at Woodhull Intermediate School, is a LI Math Scholar
Woodhull School sixth grader Grace Kenny has been named a Long Island Math Scholar. The youngster has also secured a seat in the Institute for Creative Problem Solving on
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