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Page One: The Week That Was

A review of the top stories making headlines this week in Huntington.

That was the message Friday in Huntington as a diverse cross section of public officials and clergy stood together in solidarity to denounce a recent string of hate crimes in Huntington and other parts of Long Island.

In a speech that brought tears to some, the now polished six-term lawmaker eloquently said farewell and thank you to a large group at a send-off party given in his honor.

Police Wednesday arrested a Huntington Station man who they say killed a pedestrian in a Jan. 1 hit-and-run crash on New York Avenue. 

The Minute Clinic at the has closed. Workers were tearing out chairs and the small exam room Tuesday at the pharmacy on East Jericho Turnpike.

The South Huntington Board of Education's search continues for the successor to Superintendent Thomas Shea, who is retiring after 14 years in the district.

The first significant snow storm of 2012 struck Long Island overnight Sunday and left a messy Saturday in its wake.

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