Promoted with great fanfare by former Suffolk County Legislator Jon Cooper (D – Lloyd Harbor) and touted by the Huntington Town Board as one of the answers to the area’s increasing
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Huntington School District 3 Board members kept busy during their public meeting this past Monday night, listening to presentations on school safety and security and the district’s mileage limits for the bus transportation of students.
District officials recently conducted a top-to-bottom review of security in every school building. The review utilized the services of
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U.S. District Judge Sandra J. Feuerstein sentenced former Huntington Station resident Edwin Morejon, 22, and co-defendant Angel Cordero Jr., 29, of Deer Park to 16 years in prison after the pair pleaded guilty to charges of gang-related conspiracy to commit assaults with dangerous weapons; attempted assault with a dangerous weapon; and illegal possession
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Huntington School District officials are continuing their investigation into creating a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) magnet school at Jack Abrams School. Since administrators and trustees discussed the idea earlier this month at a public meeting of the Huntington School Board, the community
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A neighborhood watch has been organized to help make the neighborhood surrounding Jack Abrams School a safer one. Come meet your neighbors and members tomorrow night, April 24, at 7:30 p.m. at the
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The Guardian Angels, a volunteer organization whose mission is to safeguard neighborhoods from gangs and
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Last night’s Board of Education (BOE) meeting was opened by Emily Rogan, President of the BOE, with all BOE members present with the exception of John Paci.
In a hopeful and positive opening address to board members and the audience, Superintendent James Polansky
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The Huntington Board of Education (BOE) had a reorganization meeting that began at 6 p.m. tonight at Jack Abrams Intermediate (JAI). A general BOE meeting followed. Here are the results
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This afternoon at Huntington High School, residents representing all demographics of the Huntington School District
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