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The Week That Was: Here's the Buzz

Special guitars and school choices are made in Huntington. Money is raised, and Albright is praised. A massage parlor's raided, school budget inflated, and safety debated. Then at the week's end we toasted our friends and ate Mexican food--highly rated!

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Huntington
The day commemorates Mexico's 1862 victory over the French military with music, food and drink.

Former Secretary of State Albright Honored at Oheka
A childhood friend called upon the first female holder of that position to speak at a benefit for the Long Island Fund for Women and Girls.

A Night at the Theater to Benefit Huntington Hospital
Proceeds will go to the hospital's women's center.

Made in Huntington: Matching the Guitar to the Player
Luthier Scott MacDonald uses get-to-know-you approach before building any guitar. (Second in a series focusing on things actually made right here in Huntington.)

I Got In! Follow Huntington High School Seniors As They Make College Decisions
Where will they go? What will they do? Many of Huntington High School's Class of 2010 have already decided. Some have lots of options and have not made a final decision yet. See the list here.

BOE To Vote on Western Suffolk BOCES Budget
Budget to increase almost 3 percent.


As the Town of Huntington clears the woods to make way for a community garden at the corner of Lowndes and New York avenues, at least one nearby resident said the opportunity for drive-by shootings just increased.

Mayoka To Offer Resolution Closing Day-Laborer Site
Report on the meeting held by Huntington Town Councilman Mark Mayoka at the Jack Abrams Intermediate School Wednesday.

Huntington Man Killed in East Northport Crash
A 94-year-old Huntington man was killed after the ambulette in which he was being transported was hit by another vehicle.

Huntington Massage Parlor Raided
Results in the arrest of a Queens man and woman. 

Stop-Work Orders Reversed For BOE Trustee
After commencing work on a patio and filling and grading his property without a permit, John Paci gets variances.


The Blue Devils' boys lacrosse team comes up short against the number one team in the conference.

Blue Devils Sports News
Girls lax trounces Mt. Sinai, while the boys lose to East Hampton.

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