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A New View Of The Sharp-Dressed Man

October 24th, 2013
To look forward in the fashion world, the makers of J’Sphë bowties are looking back to classic neckwear standards. “We want something different,” said Stephen Palacios, who launched the Huntington Station-based company with his fiancée, Jessica Stoker. “We want ...

Back-And-Forth Game Ends In Defeat

October 24th, 2013
Half Hollow Hills East’s varsity girls volleyball team on Oct. 17 played Lindenhurst in a nail-biter that came down to the fifth game of a five-game match. Hills East was looking to rebound from a tough loss to first-place ...

Cougars Win Again At Homecoming

October 24th, 2013
Excitement was in the air at Commack’s Homecoming on Saturday, as the Cougars went into the game against Lindenhurst hoping to continue their 5-0 undefeated season. “We knew it was going to be a tough game, even though their ...

Seahawks Scoot Into Playoffs

October 24th, 2013
The Cold Spring Harbor varsity field hockey team’s 6-1 victory over New Hyde Park on Tuesday sealed them a spot in this year’s playoffs. Sophomore Lauren Paolano scored a career high of 3 goals to lead the Lady Seahawks ...

The Fantasy Coach

October 24th, 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 ...

LIPA To Town: More Time Likely Won’t Help Your Decision

October 24th, 2013
Promptly five days after Town of Huntington officials urged the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) board of trustees to extend the Oct. 20 deadline of a settlement offer proposed by the utility in June, LIPA issued a response which ...

Sagamore Patient: They Understand Me

October 24th, 2013
Sarah Scott, a patient at Sagamore Children’s Psychiatric Center in Dix Hills, had a full day planned of activities planned for Sunday, including a trip to the salon for a hair dye and straightening. As he does nearly every ...

Child Hurt At Town’s New Outdoor Fitness Center

October 24th, 2013
The injury of a child has dampened the excitement over a new outdoor fitness center at Elwood Park. The child’s finger was “significantly injured” while playing on the outdoor elliptical on Oct. 22, according to town officials. “We’re obviously ...

Learning How To ‘Eat The Rainbow’

October 24th, 2013
Eating The Rainbow, a nutrition program started by Chestnut Hill Elementary School parents, has become so infectious that even the school principal turned into an apple—for a day, that is. Every day this week, Principal Maryann Fasciana sported a ...

Different Teams Have The Same Goal

October 24th, 2013
Despite a sea of colored jerseys at the Northport Cow Harbor United Soccer Columbus Weekend Tournament, which drew more than 350 teams from across the country, there was a contagious sense of unity shared between the players—in the form ...