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The Cold Spring Harbor Fire Department and Suffolk Police responded to a crash of a Huntington Town snowplow/sand truck that overturned on Lawrence Hill Road and Route 108 this morning, March 5, during the snowstorm. Cold Spring
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Because of the inclement weather and hazardous travel conditions, all evening activities at Town of Huntington facilities are cancelled for tonight, March 5. This includes the Zoning Board of Appeals meeting, traffic violations court and the annual Ethics Board public hearing. The Ethics Board hearing will be rescheduled. There will be no afternoon public session at
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Emergency repair work on the top deck of the South Parking Garage at the Huntington train station will result in a total of 228 spaces on the fourth and fifth levels being unavailable beginning this week and running through March.
The work, which is being done on the fifth level, includes removing parking deck
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The following schools within the Town Of Huntington are closed again on Wednesday, January 28: Cold Spring Harbor, Commack, Elwood, Half Hallow Hills, Harborfields, Huntington, Northport, and South Huntington.
The Superintendent James Polansky, Huntington School District #3, sent the following message: “This message is to inform you that as a matter of safety, Huntington
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Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone declared an official snow emergency, effective at 10 a.m. Monday, January 26, and announced the cancellation of all activities and programs scheduled for today and tomorrow at Town facilities, in expectation of a storm that is expected to pick up strength Monday night and continue throughout the day Tuesday.
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ER in Huntington. Photo by Jim Milazzo.
Black ice caused by freezing rain created havoc on area roads and surfaces early Sunday morning, January 18, causing numerous auto accidents and slips and falls, which brought the response of volunteer fire departments
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Who’se been naughty?
On Saturday, November 29, 2014, the parade will start at 7:00 p.m. at New York Avenue and High Street, north to Main Street, West on Main Street to West Neck Road. Reviewing stand is at
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Former Chief of Detectives, Second Precinct Commander will work with Suffolk County police and community leaders on security issues
The Huntington Town Board, as part of the continuing effort to work with the Suffolk County Police Department and the community on increasing security and cracking down on crime in Huntington Station, voted today to
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UPDATE: THE TIME HAS BEEN CHANGED TO 5:00 p.m.
In honor of Maggie Rosales, the young woman who was a Walt Whitman High School senior who was killed on October 13, there
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Greater Huntington Civic Group announces its request to launch a Federal Investigation into the Town of Huntington and Councilman Mark Cuthbertson. The following is a letter dated October 13, 2014, sent to the United States District Attorney’s Office the Honorable Loretta E. Lynch and many other branches of government for investigation.
Greater Huntington Civic Group, Inc.
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