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Visionary Veteran An Artist At Heart

September 12th, 2013
Art and artillery usually don’t go together. A man of many talents, Dan Brown, of Dix Hills, is not only a World War II veteran; he is also an internationally acclaimed artist. Since the late ’40s, Brown has been ...

Tattoo Exhibit Sets Sail At Whaling Museum

September 12th, 2013
With roots as a whaling town in the early 1800s, when sailors and fishermen flooded the docks at the small village, it is only fitting that the Sea Ink 2013 tattoo exhibit be held in Cold Spring Harbor. The ...

Algieri Gears Up For Paramount Bout

September 12th, 2013
When it came time for Greenlawn’s Chris Algieri to promote his Sept. 14 bout at The Paramount, inviting Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing to host a press conference at Meehan’s restaurant was a no-brainer. “A friend of a friend knows ...

The Fantasy Coach

September 12th, 2013
After a full off-season of mock drafts, ranking sheets, scouting reports and the occasional “friendly” banter with fellow league members, the Fantasy Football season finally commenced last week. Sunday was one of the most anticipated days of the year ...

Cow Harbor 10K Could Draw Biggest Herd Ever

September 12th, 2013
The largest group of runners ever could be hoofing it for running glory once again when the 36th annual Great Cow Harbor 10K takes to the streets of Northport Sept. 21. Race Director Rich Boziwick said last week that ...

Residents Speak Up On LIPA Suit

September 12th, 2013
Residents were out in force at Monday night’s Northport-East Northport Board of Education meeting, worried they are not being well represented as the school district goes up against the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) in an attempt to derail ...

Music Man Leaves Noteworthy Legacy

September 12th, 2013
“Rain at 8 – no date” was a cardinal rule of the Northport Community Band when it came to the weather and their shows. But on the final concert of their 55th season Aug. 1, they decided to break ...

Giving Thanks To Local Veterans

September 12th, 2013
As Northport Village residents paid tribute to the veterans of wars waged in Iraq and Afghanistan by unveiling a monument to their service Sunday, a new conflict was weighing heavily on the minds of many in attendance. “Please know ...

Naughton, Town GOP Victorious In Primary

September 12th, 2013
Primary voters provided few surprises on Tuesday night as the Huntington GOP’s designees fended off several challenges on the line in the town supervisor and town board races, and as Democratic Highway Superintendent incumbent William Naughton secured a win ...

Unrest Over Closing Of Sagamore Center

September 12th, 2013
Imagine your child gets sick with a fever and the only doctor who can treat him practices from an office in Queens, a 45-minute commute from home. Imagine your child needed to stay in Queens for treatment for several ...