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Blue Devils Stop Tornadoes In Opener

In a season opener contested amongst cross-town rivals, the Huntington Blue Devils prevailed over the Harborfields Tornadoes in a 14-6 final Sept. 11. Huntington’s Troy Greene scored the game’s ...Full Article

You Are Now Entering The Fantasy Zone

Every week, managers of Fantasy Football address multiple decisions to their rosters. My goal is to take my 12 years of Fantasy sports experience and present an abstract view ...Full Article

Say Hello To Mr. Roboto

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 ...Full Article

DA: Man Beat Victim With Metal Bat

A Huntington Station man is accused of beating a woman with a metal bat and raping her earlier this month, the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office has confirmed. Rigoberto ...Full Article

Students Learn That Texting Can Wait

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. ...Full Article

Mother Admits To Killing Her Son

The mother of a Commack High School graduate has admitted to killing her son last summer, the Albany County DA’s office announced Sept. 12. Albany County District Attorney P. ...Full Article

Sit Less, Dance More At Variations

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 — ...Full Article

TD Banks On Late 2015 Opening

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 ...Full Article

Relishing In The Converted Cucumber

Thousands will flood into Greenlawn to indulge in salty and sour snacks when the Greenlawn-Centerport Historical Association’s 34th annual Pickle Festival returns Saturday, Sept. 21. A donation of $5 ...Full Article

Visionary Veteran An Artist At Heart

Art and artillery usually don’t go together. A man of many talents, Dan Brown, of Dix Hills, is not only a World War II veteran; he is also an ...Full Article