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Off the Walls Block Party hosted by SPARKBOOM this Saturday!

The first day of Fall is right around the corner, and what better way to enjoy the gorgeous autumn weather than a block party? “Off the Walls”, … 159 more words


Town Of Huntington Obituaries (Week Of September 14)

TOWN OF HUNTINGTON, New York, September 11

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

Obituary listings for the Town of Huntington. 577 more words

Andrew Wroblewski

Jarred “AllStar” Haynes Bares His World with Words

By Jenna Weis

Expression with words was inevitable for Wyandanch-native Jarred Haynes, whose humble upbringing exposed him to his creative outlet of music and poetry. Jarred, aka “AllStar” has portrayed his multi faceted talent since the age of 3 when he began singing for his church, next a published poet at 9, then a freestyle rapper at 16. 475 more words


Police: Peeping Tom Targeted Woman In Fitting Room At Long Island Store

HUNTINGTON STATION, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Suffolk County police on Friday were asking the public to help them find an alleged peeping tom, who police said put a recording device in a fitting room as a woman changed in a department store. 174 more words


'Top-A-Pizza' At Berrylicious Café


BY: Andrew Wroblewski & Arielle Dollinger

When Joan and Paul Schreier ventured into the food industry in Nov. 2011, they called their creation “Berry Healthy Café.” But now the café, sandwiched between arts and crafts store Michael’s and burger-joint Five Guys in the shopping center beside the Walt Whitman mall, goes by a new name: Berrylicious Café and Top-A-Pizza. 924 more words

Andrew Wroblewski

MTA: Distracted Driving Caused Crash With Train


BY: Andrew Wroblewski

Distracted driving was the cause of a collision between a train and a car early Saturday morning in Huntington Station on the Oakwood Road Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) crossing, police said. 324 more words

Long Islander News

‘National Night Out’ Serves Up Food, Fun


BY: Andrew Wroblewski

Manor Field Park in Huntington Station was packed with local residents on Tuesday for the annual “National Night Out” sponsored by the Suffolk County Police Department, Huntington Station Business Improvement District (BID), Huntington Opportunity Resource Center and Target. 169 more words

Long Islander News