Huntington Supervisor Frank P. Petrone invites all aspiring baseball players to learn from the best – former major leaguers – at a special free clinic on May 19 at Greenlawn Park, which is open to children ages 6-16.
The Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association will bring its Legends for Youth Clinic
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Last night, in addition to the adopted budget, the Board of Education approved the following Start/End times for all schools in Huntington School District #3 for next year, 2013-2014:
Huntington High School – 7:30AM-2:20PM
J.T. Finley Middle School – 8:05 AM-2:55 PM Woodhull Intermediate – 8:45 AM-3:05 PM
Flower Hill Primary – 9:20 AM-3:40
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Many children across the state, will not be taking part in the state tests this April. Parents have instructed the administration and the teachers that they do not have permission to administer these tests to their children, and that on each testing day
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Saturday, March 23 at 2 p.m., Elwood Middle School
From Stage to Screen, www.fromstage2screen.com, Performing Arts Academy, located at 589 West Jericho Turnpike, Huntington,631-423-4440, presents Cinderella G2K, the musical by Rodgers &
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Irish dancers will perform tomorrow in a children’s program at Walt Whitman Birthplace State Historic Site, Huntington Station.
Children of all ages will enjoy a
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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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Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci (R,C,WF,I–Huntington Station) recently joined Huntington Town Councilman Mark Mayoka, Town Clerk JoAnne Raia and Town Councilman Eugene Cook to honor the three newest Eagle Scouts of Huntington Troop 78 during their Eagle Scout Court of Honor: Dillon Kelly, Alex Wilcox and Brent Filippini.
“These young men have worked tirelessly to achieve this
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