Frank Petrone’s Thursday summit at JAI drew fewer than a dozen residents so a Friday do-over session was called.
Continue reading Lots of Talk But Huntington Station Not Out of the Woods
An Open letter To Supervisor Frank Petrone.
I am sure you aware of the most recent shootings in Huntington Station, most notably on Thursday, March 11th ,2 blocks from Jack Abrams, and another shooting last Wednesday night on Broadway.
I am greatly dismayed that you could not attend the rally against crime
Continue reading Open Letter to Frank Petrone from Resident Matt Harris
There will be a march on Town Hall in Huntington today beginning at 4pm. The gathering place is the Hecksher Park baseball field on Madison Avenue and Sabbath Path. This will be a peaceful march by families who are fed up with the violence and crime that has been allowed to run rampant in
Continue reading March on Huntington’s Town Hall Today
By AJ Carter
– Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and Suffolk County Legislators Jon Cooper and Lou D’Amaro today released
Continue reading Station Action Coalition Issues Report
Huntington held a very active town board meeting on tuesday March 9th with the community out in full
Continue reading Town Board Meeting March 9th Photos
Continue reading Legislator Cooper Honors Local Rubik’s Cube Prodigy
By Rosey Mulderrig
This weeks BIG Question is: What’s your opinion on parades? and Will you be attending Sunday afternoon’s Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in Huntington…even if it
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Fans of audience participation dinner theater aka.Tony and Tina’s Wedding will want to try and grab a few of the remaining seats at Mangiamos in Huntington