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Welcome Back, Jack!

September 5th, 2013
Closed to classes for three years, school opens to 150 student One by one, students trickled off the school buses outside the Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School on Wednesday, loaded up with books, backpacks and lunches for the first ...

The Price Of Being Late

September 5th, 2013
Huntington branch delays: $9.8M impact The Huntington Long Island Rail Road branch won bronze in an inaugural award presented by the Tri-State Transportation Campaign. Unfortunately, it’s not an award anyone wants. A study by the nonprofit shows that late, ...

Kerber’s Farm A Growing Legacy

September 5th, 2013
The re-opening of Kerber’s Farm marks not only the continued producing fresh crops and chickens, but also a longstanding legacy in town. Last Saturday, a Huntington native unveiled the revitalized farm, which hatched in Huntington over half a century ...

DWI Charge After Car Crashed Into Motorcycle

September 5th, 2013
An East Northport woman who was thrown from her motorcycle when a car crashed into her remained hospitalized as of Tuesday, officials at Stony Brook University Medical Center confirmed. The woman who is accused of running her down on ...

Grad Helps Hunt Down Mugger

September 5th, 2013
Helping Cambridge police stop a mugger, who left his victim bloodied and beaten, was not the freshman orientation Tyler Grimaldi, of Dix Hills, counted on having. On his second day at Harvard University, the 2013 Half Hollow Hills West ...

Busted With Half-Kilo Of Coke

September 5th, 2013
Police seized a half-kilo of cocaine in Melville during one of the four arrests that broke up a “major source of cocaine and marijuana” in Suffolk County, according to District Attorney Thomas Spota. Spota’s office said that Joselito Colon, ...

Santana Steps Up For Coltrane Home

September 5th, 2013
Supporters of efforts to restore legendary jazz saxophonist John Coltrane’s Dix Hills home are raising money in Manhattan next month with a hand from another musical legend. Iconic guitarist Carlos Santana will be a guest of honor at an ...

School’s (Found) Out In Attorney General’s Probe

September 5th, 2013
A Melville-based school was one of several academic institutions found to have inflated job placement rates for its graduates, the State Attorney General’s office announced Aug. 19. The Sanford-Brown Institute, operated by the Illinois-based Career Education Corporation (CEC), manages ...

Raise Your Glass To Finnegan’s

September 5th, 2013
If you’re going to sit at the bar, it helps to be fast on your feet. Finnegan’s general manager Tom Forte, the affable presence behind the bar for the last 24 years, is quick with a joke and loves ...

Retooled STP Returns To Paramount

September 5th, 2013
The audience at the upcoming Stone Temple Pilots show at The Paramount in Huntington will be among the first to see how the new marriage between two of the biggest bands of the 1990s is working out. The Paramount ...