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Man Resurrects Halloween Hayride Tradition

October 31st, 2013
A Huntington Station man has decided to bring his Halloween tradition back in full force this year, after Superstorm Sandy wrecked his plans last October. Mike Giarrizzo, 49, has built a festive trailer each Halloween for eight consecutive years ...

Raise A Glass To The New Wine Shop

October 31st, 2013
From the first day it opened its doors, the Cold Spring Harbor Wine Shoppe has had a bewitching effect on Cold Spring Harbor. It turns out that Andrew and Heather Rubenstein, of Glen Head, opened their doors Oct. 24, ...

Dominant Victory Ends Spectacular Homecoming

October 31st, 2013
The Half Hollow Hills High School West Colts could not ask for a better game for Homecoming. The cold and windy weather did not seem to deter family, friends and students from attending Hills West’s homecoming parade and football ...

Knights Pull Out Thrilling 21-18 Win

October 31st, 2013
A series of close calls and narrow escapes led the Knights to a 21-18 victory against Shoreham-Wading River on the road Saturday. “It was just a tremendous, tremendous win,” coach Dave Shanahan said. The Knights, who are now 5-2 ...

1-0 Playoff Win Makes Wildcat History

October 31st, 2013
With one swift kick, the Walt Whitman Wildcats on Tuesday snapped a 17-year playoff drought. Sophomore Witman Hernandez drilled a shot into the net with just minutes remaining in the second half for the only goal of the game, ...

The Fantasy Coach

October 31st, 2013
Every week, managers of Fantasy Football address multiple decisions to their rosters. My goal is to take my 12 years of Fantasy sports experience and present an abstract view on Fantasy news. Check back every week for “The Fantasy ...

Chestnut Hill, Forest Park Closing

October 31st, 2013
Chestnut Hill and Forest Park elementary schools will close next year, the Half Hollow Hills school board announced on Monday. After sealing the fate of the two schools at the Oct. 28 school board meeting, the board asked a ...

Developer Freezes Plan For Oaktree Dairy

October 31st, 2013
With compromise in mind, the review of an application to build Engel Burman’s 444-unit Seasons at Elwood senior community at the Oaktree Dairy has been put on hold. The firm requested that the town cease review of the controversial ...

Cops Break Up Warehouse Party

October 31st, 2013
A General Services laborer from Huntington Station who ran an unsuccessful primary campaign this summer to get on the Huntington Town Board ballot is facing charges that he threw a huge party in an abandoned Huntington Station warehouse last ...

Farm Dispute Continues

October 31st, 2013
Commack’s Board of Education continued to discuss the controversy over what to do with Marion Carll Farm at a school board meeting last week. At the school board meeting Oct. 24, Trustee James Tampellini proposed that a Marion Carll ...