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Support Still Strong Despite Wildcats' Loss

HUNTINGTON STATION, New York, November 13

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

When the final whistle blew in the Suffolk County Class AA boys soccer championship game on Friday night, a swarm of maroon and gray walked down from the bleachers at Dowling College and onto the field. 454 more words

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Huntington Station construction accident

Fire officials say a construction accident at a private home in Huntington Station left one worker dead.

According to officials, work was being done at 1 Crabapple Court. 133 more words

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Man Charged In Stabbing Death Of L.I. Teen Pleads Not Guilty

RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – A man accused in the stabbing death of a Long Island high school student has pleaded not guilty.

Adam Saalfield, 21, appeared in court in Riverhead Thursday after being indicted for second degree murder. 281 more words

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Town Of Huntington Obituaries (Week Of October 26)

TOWN OF HUNTINGTON, New York, October 30

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

Obituary listings for the Town of Huntington. 292 more words

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Arrest made in stabbing death of 18-year-old on Long Island

HUNTINGTON STATION, Long Island (PIX11) – An arrest has been made in the stabbing death of an 18-year-old woman who was found mortally wounded and lying in the street on Long Island earlier this month, police said. 180 more words

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21-Year-Old Man Charged In Stabbing Death Of L.I. Teen Held Without Bail

HUNTINGTON STATION, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – A 21-year-old man charged in connection with the stabbing death of a teenager earlier this month on Long Island is being held without bail. 603 more words

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South Huntington MRSA Case Confirmed

HUNTINGTON STATION, New York, October 23

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

Exactly one week after Commack High School reported that a second student had developed the potentially deadly Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) bacterium, the South Huntington School District has confirmed a case of its own. 226 more words

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