The age-old adage says, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” But the owner of the former service station at the intersection of Route 25A and Little Neck Road, along with his potential 7-Eleven tenant, have created a more modern version. It goes something like . . . . . . .
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Memorial at Depot Road Park honors three young Huntington Station residents
Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and his Town Council colleagues joined community members July 16 in dedicating three trees and a stone marker at Depot Road Park in memory of three Huntington Station residents whose murders mobilized the community into joining with the Town
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The Huntington Town Board, a its June 9 meeting, approved sweeping revisions to the Town’s Code of Ethics, expanding who must file a disclosure statement and what must be disclosed, as well as including a comprehensive code of conduct for Town employees.
The revised code also adds new training requirements for Town employees and
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Huntington will again be reducing speed limits and stepping up patrols in Town waters July 4 to help boaters enjoy scheduled fireworks displays.
The Town is aware of three scheduled fireworks displays that might attract boaters to Town waters: the annual Asharoken village show; the one presented by the Dolan family in Cove Neck;
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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 Huntington Arts Council is proud to host the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the Annual Huntington Summer Arts Festival on Saturday, June 27, from 6:30-8:00 p.m.
At its May 5th meeting, the Huntington Town Board approved Resolution #2015-221 asking the New York State Legislature to provide peace officer status for its staff of uniformed fire marshals.
During the public comment session of the Board meeting, resident Andrew Scanlon, questioning the wisdom of the peace officer recommendation, asked Supervisor Frank
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Spaces on the fourth level of the South Parking Garage at the Huntington train station, closed earlier this year as part an emergency repair project on the fifth level, and reopened this week.
The 116 fourth level stalls were closed as a safety precaution because they were situated directly beneath the fifth-level work, which
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The Town of Huntington (TOH) Board of Ethics and Financial Disclosure will hold a work session on Tuesday, March 31, 2015, at 5 p.m. in Room 114 of Town Hall. The meeting is open to the public, but there will be no opportunity for public comment.
In other TOH news, Daly Road Ramp
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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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