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Will Your Child’s School Close?

September 19th, 2013
A group commissioned by the Half Hollow Hills School District to recommend at least one building closure for the 2014-2015 school year told residents last Thursday it would be in the district’s best interest to close not one but ...

Say Hello To Mr. Roboto

September 19th, 2013
Innovative technology, meet innovative school district. The South Huntington Union Free School District on Wednesday became the first on Long Island to incorporate NAO robots inside the classroom. A five-day pilot program held this summer through the Silas Wood ...

Students Learn That Texting Can Wait

September 19th, 2013
Before last Thursday, Harborfields High School senior Kristen Kelly said she would rarely send text messages while driving, using her phone instead to change songs from behind the wheel. After Kelly got into an “accident” just two minutes into ...

Sit Less, Dance More At Variations

September 12th, 2013
It could be the traffic-free, six-step commute to work that keeps Variations, A Dancer’s Studio owner Erin Lopez fresh faced and composed, but she offers a different explanation — dance. The mother of three opened up the Huntington dance ...

TD Banks On Late 2015 Opening

September 12th, 2013
TD Bank plans to make itself even more accessible to customers with the opening of a proposed Greenlawn location in 2015. Attorneys from the Melville-based firm Brown and Altman appeared in front of the Huntington Planning Board Aug. 21 ...

Tattoo Exhibit Sets Sail At Whaling Museum

September 12th, 2013
With roots as a whaling town in the early 1800s, when sailors and fishermen flooded the docks at the small village, it is only fitting that the Sea Ink 2013 tattoo exhibit be held in Cold Spring Harbor. The ...

Residents Speak Up On LIPA Suit

September 12th, 2013
Residents were out in force at Monday night’s Northport-East Northport Board of Education meeting, worried they are not being well represented as the school district goes up against the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) in an attempt to derail ...

Unrest Over Closing Of Sagamore Center

September 12th, 2013
Imagine your child gets sick with a fever and the only doctor who can treat him practices from an office in Queens, a 45-minute commute from home. Imagine your child needed to stay in Queens for treatment for several ...

Hello, Mr. Ambassador…

September 12th, 2013
Cold Spring Harbor resident George Tsunis was nominated Tuesday by President Barack Obama as ambassador to Norway. “I am incredibly humbled and it is the privilege of a lifetime to be asked by the president to serve,” Tsunis said ...

Arrest In Fatal Hit-And-Run

September 12th, 2013
A Huntington Station man arrested Wednesday is accused of killing a man with his car and leaving the scene. The arrest came after a month-long investigation. Suffolk County Police Vehicular Crimes Unit detectives arrested Richard Wright, 27, at his ...