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Playing From The Heart

October 17th, 2013
The 1.3-gallon ovarian cyst growing inside 19-year-old Hyeonah Kim weighed heavy in her stomach. Kim, a student at the Gracias Music at Mahanaim School in Huntington, was three weeks away from the debut of her award-winning piano solo at ...

Colts Stay On Top Of Their League

October 10th, 2013
Carrying through-the-roof confidence and the skills to back it up, the Half Hollow Hills West boys soccer team has an undefeated record in League VI this year. Having won eight games and tying two, the Colts continue to be ...

Field Hockey Gets Fiesty

October 10th, 2013
With a record more impressive than seven other teams in League I, the Northport field hockey team is enjoying the view from atop this season. The Lady Tigers (5-3) are fourth overall, just one win shy of tying for ...

A Central School District Divided

October 10th, 2013
Although there was no special red tape marking which side of the auditorium Chestnut Hill and Signal Hill parents should sit, there might as well have been. A divided audience filled more than 200 seats in the Candlewood Middle ...

Friends Remember A Life Cut Short

October 10th, 2013
The sudden death of a 23-year-old Huntington Station woman has Suffolk County Homicide detectives searching for the cause of her “suspicious” passing. The body of Sarah Strobel was found abandoned in a preserve last week. Det. Lt. Jack Fitzpatrick ...

Small Pockets, Big Dreams

October 10th, 2013
Picture this—a coming out story parody in which the confessor is not admitting his homosexuality to staunchly conservative parents, but is a vegetable-loving vegan revealing his secret to his father, a bovine-loving butcher. Three Northport High School alumni hope ...

Attention Target Shoppers

October 10th, 2013
Bringing 250 jobs to the Huntington area, Target swung open the doors to its Jericho Turnpike location, at the site of the former Huntington Townhouse, during a soft opening on Tuesday. The 150,000 square-foot location has an extensive selection ...

Judge Upholds ‘Stop LIPA Tax’ Line

October 3rd, 2013
A Huntington man with ties to the town Republican Party filed a lawsuit claiming that Democratic candidates’ Stop The LIPA Tax Hike ballot line is nothing more than an attempt to mislead voters. But a judge on Tuesday dismissed ...

Whitman Shops Orders Up Italian Spice

October 3rd, 2013
Foodies, rejoice. The Italian restaurant chain Brio Tuscan Grille will open the doors to its Walt Whitman Shops location in one week. The self-proclaimed “affordable” Italian restaurant will offer lunch and dinner, as well as a weekend brunch until ...

$3M In Parking Revenue Keeps Budget Afloat

October 3rd, 2013
All that loose change you keep for the parking meter can really add up – possibly up to $3 million. The Town of Huntington’s Public Safety department anticipates bringing in more than $3 million in revenue in 2014 from ...