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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, ...

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 ...

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 ...

Sanctuary Supporters Mobilize

August 30th, 2013
Opponents of a settlement that would have brought rental units to an affordable housing community in Melville hit the phones earlier this month to stall it. On Monday, however, housing advocates returned the favor in a push to get ...

Shopowners Not Banking On Plan

August 30th, 2013
Strip mall tenants unhappy with plan to level building for 2,550 square-foot bank Less than a week after it opened the doors on its one-time controversial Huntington village location, TD Bank is making moves toward another location in the ...

Jack Abrams School Readies For Rebirth

August 30th, 2013
After being closed to students for three years, district will open STEM program next week For the first time in three years, students will cross the threshold of the front door to Jack Abrams School in Huntington Station for ...

LI’s Carnival King Dies

August 30th, 2013
Lewis Newton, 92, founded Newton Shows supply company Lewis Newton, a longtime Northport fixture whose carnival business supplied rides, games and prizes to nonprofit fundraisers across Long Island, has died. Newton was 92. He built a reputation of friendship ...

Funding OK’d For Info Kiosk

August 30th, 2013
Want information about Northport Village? Head to the “ice house” at the harbor. That could very well be the new advice visitors receive thanks in part to a $15,500 grant the Northport Chamber of Commerce is in line to ...

A Sip Of Sweet Success

August 30th, 2013
Tea lounge establishing downtown roots Halesite’s Nicole Basso, the owner of Sip Tea Lounge in Huntington village, emerged as a tea drinker in a coffee-lover’s household. Raised in an Italian household, her grandfather drank “pots and pots” of percolator ...