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
Continue reading Huntington Hires Varrone as Liaison in Response to Maggie Rosales Murder
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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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TOH celebrating the official opening of Avalon Bay Huntington Station.
Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and Councilman Mark Cuthbertson helped cut the ribbon September 17 marking the official opening of the
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Residential rental properties that are not owner-occupied will be required to obtain annual permits before they can be shown to prospective tenants and certify that the units meet all Town codes under a measure that took the first step toward approval at the September 16 Huntington Town Board meeting.
The board scheduled an October
Continue reading Huntington Sets Hearing on Regulating Non-Owner Occupied Residential Rentals
The Huntington Town Board, at its August 19 meeting, approved rezoning the former Oak Tree Dairy property on Elwood Road, allowing for a proposal to construct the 256-unit Seasons at Elwood over-55 housing development to proceed.
By a 4-1 vote, the Board approved the application by BK Elwood to change the zoning on the
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Legislator Spencer joins state and local leaders to call for Huntington’s fair share
With the LIRR strike in the forecast, Legislator Spencer was joined by state and local leaders to call on the MTA to provide shuttle bus services for Huntington commuters. “With no settlement in sight, we stand here today with a united
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With the LIRR strike in the forecast, Legislator William Spencer joins state and local leaders to call on the MTA to provide shuttle bus services for Huntington commuters. “With no settlement in sight, a contingency plan to best meets the needs of Long Island commuters
Continue reading Contingency Plan for Huntington Commuters With LIRR Strike in Forecast