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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 ...

Billy Baldwin: Thanks For Meeting ‘Goal’

November 7th, 2013
Getting Billy Baldwin to record a YouTube video thanking the Northport Cow Harbor United Soccer Club was one thing, but event organizers showed just how dedicated they were to the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund when they ...

Residents Protest Library Hour Cuts

November 7th, 2013
Huntington Public Library Director Michael Bogin in his 2013-2014 budget authored a new chapter for the public space by cutting Friday night hours from 9 p.m. to 6 p.m. But residents who look to use the library Friday nights, ...

Chestnut Hill, Forest Park Closing

October 31st, 2013
Chestnut Hill and Forest Park elementary schools will close next year, the Half Hollow Hills school board announced on Monday. After sealing the fate of the two schools at the Oct. 28 school board meeting, the board asked a ...

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 ...

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 ...

Sagamore Saga Rages On

October 17th, 2013
As New York State Senate hearings on the potential closure of various children’s mental health facilities winds down, tensions are rising over what is left to do in the fight to “Save Sagamore.” Following a series of public hearings ...