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Fireman’s Fair Provides 111 Years Of Fun

September 5th, 2013
You can hear the smile in Margaret Kissane’s voice as she recalls a time more than 30 years ago when the top prizes at the Greenlawn Fireman’s Fair were blankets and livestock. The longest-running fireman’s fair in New York ...

Hitting The Sweet Spot Since 1929

September 5th, 2013
The Northport Sweet Shop on Main Street is one of the few places where you can really feel like a kid in a candy store. Since 1929 the small, family-owned shop has served homemade ice cream, chocolates and hard ...

Kerber’s Farm A Growing Legacy

September 5th, 2013
The re-opening of Kerber’s Farm marks not only the continued producing fresh crops and chickens, but also a longstanding legacy in town. Last Saturday, a Huntington native unveiled the revitalized farm, which hatched in Huntington over half a century ...

Grad Helps Hunt Down Mugger

September 5th, 2013
Helping Cambridge police stop a mugger, who left his victim bloodied and beaten, was not the freshman orientation Tyler Grimaldi, of Dix Hills, counted on having. On his second day at Harvard University, the 2013 Half Hollow Hills West ...

School’s (Found) Out In Attorney General’s Probe

September 5th, 2013
A Melville-based school was one of several academic institutions found to have inflated job placement rates for its graduates, the State Attorney General’s office announced Aug. 19. The Sanford-Brown Institute, operated by the Illinois-based Career Education Corporation (CEC), manages ...

Hills Grads ‘Train’ For NYC

August 30th, 2013
Short film on millennial generation’s dream named finalist in festival Two Dix Hills natives have been waiting for a one-way train ticket (preferably off-peak) to New York City for years, a dream they share with many other suburban 20-somethings. ...

Last Call For Canterbury Ales

August 30th, 2013
English-style pub shuts its doors after 36 years in Huntington village Ending the Canterbury Ales legacy in Huntington was not the 55th birthday present owner Billy Hoest wanted when he made the decision to close the restaurant on Aug. ...

Man Dies In Shooting

August 30th, 2013
A passenger in a car was shot and killed last Wednesday in Huntington Station, police said. When Second Precinct officers arrived at the scene, near West Hills Road and Eighth Street, they found the body of Jazzmen Bryant, 33, ...

YOUTH FOOTBALL

August 30th, 2013
10-Year-Old To Touchdown In Florida In a game of inches, 10-year-old linebacker Justin Baskam needs a yard stick to start measuring his success. The Centerport football player was selected over 178 other players to attend a nationally recognized football ...

Greenlawn Fireman’s Fair Enters 111th Year

August 30th, 2013
Keeping 111 years of tradition alive, the Greenlawn Fire Department will hold its annual Fireman’s Fair — the longest running Fireman’s Fair in New York State — this Labor Day weekend, when they will auction off great food, memories ...