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Village Opens Fire On Culling Season

To curtail accidents caused by the recently explosive deer population in Lloyd Harbor Village, officials, for the eighth consecutive year, have commissioned a seasonal deer management program. The culling ...Full Article

Olympic Fire Burns For Whitman Grad

A Melville native now living in Paris, France is hoping his campaign to support a global boycott of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia over anti-gay legislation in ...Full Article

There’s ‘Snow’ Stopping It

As quickly as the snow piled up on Tuesday, so, too, did the traffic for commuters heading home in the middle of the blizzard. Trips that usually took 20 ...Full Article

Homeless Moved From Rotondo Site

Town workers took down a steel structure being used by homeless men for shelter behind the Huntington Station library in early December, town officials and a Family Service League ...Full Article

Family Ignites Fight For Safer College Housing

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 ...Full Article

Lighting A Firey Debate On The Smoking Age

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 ...Full Article

Actress Visits High School, Bookstore

Huntington was buzzing with excitement on Monday as Cameron Diaz made her way from Huntington High School to the village to chat about her new book. The A-list actress ...Full Article

Museum Bumps Thatched Cottage Contract

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 ...Full Article

Chamber Members ‘Meet The Media’

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 ...Full Article

Algieri Tunes Up For ESPN2 Bout

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 ...Full Article