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Concerns Over OTB, Housing Plans

January 24th, 2014
A civic group is urging the Town of Huntington to keep an eye on a large residential-commercial development in nearby Plainview and possible OTB casino gambling facilities on the Route 110 corridor, which they say could result in big ...

Family Ignites Fight For Safer College Housing

January 24th, 2014
Two years to the day after his daughter Kerry Fitzsimons and two of her roommates died in a fire in off-campus housing at Marist College, the pain Bobby Fitzsimons and his family feel is still raw. As he spoke ...

Lighting A Firey Debate On The Smoking Age

January 24th, 2014
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) representatives said on CNN Friday that raising the minimum age to purchase cigarettes and tobacco products is one way to prevent young people from picking up the habit. And for Suffolk Legislator William Spencer ...

Karmin: Duo Wants It All

January 24th, 2014
It’s safe to say that Karmin is hardly “brokenhearted” these days. That’s the name of their top-20 smash of last February, and the pair of Nebraska-born Amy Heidemann and Maine native Nick Noonan are hoping to follow it up ...

Dogs Have Their Day At Town Hall

January 17th, 2014
Four parks in the Town of Huntington are officially going to the dogs, but in the best possible way. That’s because the Huntington Town Board voted Jan. 7 not only to make on-leash dog-walking a permanent feature in Greenlawn’s ...

Knights Win In A ‘Golden Flash’

January 17th, 2014
The John Glenn Knights’ 2014 wrestling campaign got off to a strong start Friday with a 56-17 win over Sayville in League VI competition. The Knights made four pins in the victory, starting with Greg Witthuhn (106 lbs.) in ...

Kehoe Won’t Seek Re-election

January 17th, 2014
Northport Village Trustee Tom Kehoe, who has led and collaborated in efforts  aimed at strengthening the village’s business community, will not seek re-election to a third term, he announced Tuesday. Kehoe said he decided not to run in order ...

Museum Bumps Thatched Cottage Contract

January 17th, 2014
New fallout from Thatched Cottage owner Ralph Colamussi’s recent bankruptcy filing emerged at the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum & Planetarium Wednesday night. The museum’s board of trustees voted unanimously to issue a new request for proposals (RFP) for catering ...

Chamber Members ‘Meet The Media’

January 17th, 2014
All roads led to Huntington Station at the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce’s Meet the Media breakfast Tuesday morning. The hamlet was a focal point of discussion at the annual gathering, which featured a panel of seven reporters and ...

Algieri Tunes Up For ESPN2 Bout

January 17th, 2014
Boxing fans across the country will get the chance to fall in love with The Pride of Huntington as Greenlawn’s Chris Algieri hopes to earn his 19th consecutive win in a primetime televised bout at The Paramount. The Feb. ...