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... loose ball in extra time earned the GU14 Mineola Mustangs a thrilling 1-1 draw against a defensively sound South Huntington Strikers team on May 4. The game-tying play began with a relentless run by Natalia Cotto that forced the ball loose from the ... Comment?
... 80 percent of the population in that county, excluding Riverhead, Hampton Bays, Huntington, Greenlawn, South Huntington and Dix Hills. More than 40 providers serve Nassau, including districts, municipal entities and private companies. "We want to ... Comment?
... scoreless until the final play of the first half, when a 31-yard field goal by junior kicker Jesse Signa (South Huntington, N.Y.) gave White a 3-0 lead. "Our defense has been a strong point for us," Head Coach Jim Parady said, "and we expect that ... Comment?
... reports. Prosecutors say the two Sotos arrived in separate groups at the market at the intersection of South Huntington Avenue and Centre Street around 4:20 a.m. on Oct. 11, 2011. An argument turned into a fight: During the altercation, evidence ... Comment?
Nuns sing during a prayer service for men and women religious at St. Anthony High School in South Huntington, N.Y., in 2012. Comment?
State Senator John Flanagan, the new chairman of the Senate's education committee appears before the region's foreign- language teachers. Comment?
... 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sun. May 5, 2013 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. -Bikes should be in good, working condition. Sponsored by South Huntington Jewish Center Daled Hesed Corp, http://www.shjc.org/ ,Temple Beth Torah Giving Team Chavurah, http://www.tbtny.org/ , Mid ... Comment?
The South Huntington Board of Education adopted a budget Wednesday night of $147 million, adding some unexpected revenues to discretionary spending. Comment?
Voters approved the South Huntington Public Library budget by a large margin Tuesday, 324-54. Trustee Pat Dillon, who was running unopposed, was re-elected to a five-year term, with 345 votes. Comment?
The South Huntington Board of Education will adopt its next budget Wednesday night though several issues remain to be decided. Comment?
A Huntington Station woman is suing the South Huntington school district for negligence, alleging her daughter was sexually abused by the school bus driver who dropped her off at school each day. Comment?
After months of planning, the Boston Redevelopment Authority released guidelines informed by neighbors about the future of the South Huntington Corridor at the end of March. Comment?
Voters will cast ballots Tuesday on the South Huntington Public Library budget. Balloting is from 3 to 9 p.m. at the library. Comment?
Warren in JP: Mayor Thomas Menino and U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren will talk with women business owners who have received Community Development Block Grant Funding at Bella Luna today at 11 a.m. 2. S. Huntington Corridor: The fourth and final meeting regarding the South Huntington Corridor Study was last night. Comment?
... up to highlight those who inspire people around them to climb their own mountains. As an attorney and South Huntington School Board trustee, Ed Nitkewitz is a staunch advocate for children with special needs . A dedicated volunteer, Nitkewicz ... Comment?
... as athletes. Patch will report later Wednesday and Thursday on the STEM programs of both the Huntington and South Huntington school districts . Comment?
The South Huntington Public Library plans to review its budget for the coming year at a public hearing Monday night. Comment?
Passage of the state budget restored just under a million dollars to the South Huntington school budget, Superintendent David Bennardo said Friday. Comment?
The junior at St. Anthony's High School in South Huntington has done everything from rallying classmates to cooking for the New Hyde Park nonprofit, which aids kids temporarily staying at the house as they receive medical treatment at the Cohen Children's Medical Center. Comment?
With former Home for Little Wanderers site and the Goddard House hitting the market , the South Huntington Corridor has been the subject of much discussion lately. Comment?