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La Notte Left In The Dark

November 7th, 2013
The floor is littered with shards of broken glass, the dining rooms are dark, and a health department notice was taped to the door of La Notte Ristorante in Huntington. The restaurant is closed. A sheriff’s department official confirmed ...

Third Time’s The Charm For Hills East

November 7th, 2013
Fifty-two consecutive wins in Suffolk County over three seasons earned the Half Hollow Hills East varsity girls tennis team their third county championship in a row last Saturday. The undefeated Lady Thunderbirds (19-0) took on the Lady Colonials (20-1), ...

Knights Conquer Rivals In Cliffhanger

November 7th, 2013
Elwood’s 2013 John Glenn Knights now have a major conquest to their credit. By defeating East Hampton 4-2 in penalty kicks after a 1-1 tie in regular time on Monday, the Knights earned a berth in the Class A ...

Tornadoes’ Post-Season Runs Ended

November 7th, 2013
In their first playoff appearance in the post-season in five years, the Harborfields Tornadoes had the misfortune of blowing right into a buzz saw. Their cross-town rivals, the John Glenn Knights, knocked out the Tornadoes in a 5-0 shutout ...

The Fantasy Coach

November 7th, 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 ...

Democrats Sweep Town Board Election

November 7th, 2013
The atmosphere was electric at the Larkfield Manor Tuesday night as Democratic town board candidates Supervisor Frank Petrone and Councilman Mark Cuthbertson, stepped into the limelight for another four years, this time joined by Tracey Edwards, who unseated Councilman ...

Gunther Ousts Naughton

November 7th, 2013
While Democrats swept policy-making posts in Tuesday’s election, the one they didn’t win might have been the most surprising of all. Conservative Pete Gunther of Centerport unseated Highway Superintendent William Naughton, who was first elected to the post in ...

Chief Certain Fires Are ‘Criminal’

November 7th, 2013
Alan Schwartz woke up in the middle of the night last Saturday, looked outside his window and saw a raging fire in the woods behind his backyard. Schwartz quickly realized that he awoke from his dreams to a real ...

Location, Location, Location

November 7th, 2013
Robert and Susanne Cippitelli, the parents of five children all under the age of 6, said their decision to move from Manhasset to Dix Hills last summer was highly motivated by Forest Park Elementary School’s Blue Ribbon status. The ...

‘Minor’ Issues Remain At Fitness Center

November 7th, 2013
Ruth Albright was looking forward to working out on the elliptical machine at the Elwood Park Outdoor Fitness Center on Tuesday, but two things interrupted her workout. For one, the machine she wanted to use was fenced off. Secondly, ...