The Week That Was: Huntington News May 23 through 29

Dogs on Viagra and Dawgs on Gerard. Lawbreakers and library busted. Death on a boat, fire in a factory, and codes under scrutiny. Community crowds Councilman Cuthbertson's code summit, Class C Championship captured, car crash, carnival...

Special Needs Dog Needs Viagra
Little Shelter's Ingrid, a 6-year-old special needs dog, needs Viagra donations to stay alive. Can we help her?

Restaurant Joanina: A Tuscan Feast for the Eyes and Tongue
Tuscany comes to Huntington in this best of all Italian dining worlds.

New Restaurant Spices up the Village
Spice Village, a grill in the South Asian tradition, joins Huntington's family of restaurants.

YMCA's Annual Carnival Goes Through Monday
The proceeds benefit the Huntington Y's scholarship fund.

Crash Photos Added: Victim Airlifted From Walt Whitman High School
Suffolk County police met fire and EMS personnel at the school Thursday afternoon.

Photos: Homeless Return to Station Woods
After the tents were removed in January, the encampment has again been set up

Huntington's Weekly Police Blotter: Second Precinct
Rape, welfare fraud, grand larceny, arson and more took place in Huntington since May 18.

Hot Diggity Dawg!
The "baddest dawgs" on the planet are coming to Huntington in June.

Pius: I'm No Slumlord
The infamous landlord says that he is not to blame for the problems in Huntington Station.

Are You Managing Your Debt Effectively?
The law offices of Leslie H. Tayne offer the following debt management tips.

Triangle Shirtwaist Fire Remembered After 99 Years
Former Senator Serphin Maltese and his brother Vincent spoke about the tragic event to Kimberly Schiller's 8th grade English students at the Finley Middle School library.

Cuthbertson's Code Enforcement Summit Draws Crowd
Town councilman and public safety director address community concerns about code violations.

Cold Spring Harbor Seahawks move on to Class "C" Championship
The Seahawks beat the Quakers of Friends Academy 7-4 last night at Hofstra's Shuart Stadium.

Touching the Future at Woodhull 'Career Day'
A wide range of professionals talked to students about possible careers.

Looking Closer at Death of Three on Boat
The New York Times has looked closer at the deaths of three on Huntington Harbor

So What If It's a Crazy-Investment World?
Instead of running for the hills, investors need to get back to basics.

A Passion for Glass
Huntington artist Merich Gulsen 'breathes' glassworks.


Israel to BP: What's Your Plan if Oil Hits NY?
U.S. Representative Steve Israel and other local congressman are asking BP to come up with a plan and for the NOAA to map the possibility of oil reaching local shores.

Bluff Repair and New Construction in Lloyd Harbor
Lloyd Harbor Permit Review Board quickly granted approvals at its monthly meeting

Website Hopes to Pique Interest in LI's Gold Coast Mansions
A new group has formed to promote Long Island's historic, Gatsby-era estates.

Seeking Approval for Front-Yard Shed and Conversion to Two-Family House
The Town's BZA heard requests for a wide range of variances including relief from side- and front-yard requirements at its most recent meeting.


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