Hunt Still On For Gary Melius’ Shooter

Hunt Still On For Gary Melius’ Shooter

It was a case that seemed torn from the pages of a Hollywood murder mystery – a prolific, well-connected businessman shot at point-blank range through the windshield of his luxury car, parked outside the castle he calls home.

Except, one year ago Feb. 24, the experience was all too real for Gary Melius, owner of Oheka Castle, who survived an assassination attempt that made headlines around the world.

Read on to learn what actions Melius and his friends and family recently took on the one-year anniversary of the assassination attempt and how they hope they will help to bring Melius' would-be killer to justice, once and for all!

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Garage Repairs Mean LIRR Headaches

Garage Repairs Mean LIRR Headaches

A small bit of relief to a parking crunch at the Huntington LIRR station may be on the way soon, town officials said Monday.

That’s because a handful of the 228 parking spaces on the fourth and fifth floors that were closed earlier this month for emergency repairs due to faulty concrete, could reopen by week’s end, town spokesman A.J. Carter said.

Read on for the full scoop!

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Renewed Demand For Answers In Sarah Strobel Case

Renewed Demand For Answers In Sarah Strobel Case

A year and a half after Sarah Strobel’s lifeless body was discovered in the Froehlich Farms preserve off of Oakwood Road in Huntington, not knowing what happened may be the hardest part of all for those who knew and cared for her.

Read on to learn how some of Strobel's closest friends recently held a vigil outside the Suffolk Police Department’s Second Precinct in her honor and how these close friends and others continue to push for answers on a case where information has been incredibly sparse thus far.

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Long Islander News Presents: Spring Real Estate Showcase

Long Islander News Presents: Spring Real Estate Showcase

Perhaps it’s been a while since you've heard someone say this, but the housing market in Huntington and across Long Island is looking pretty good - and in our special Spring Real Estate Showcase, we at Long Islander News seek to do our part to help keep that growth going strong!

Read on to get a taste of what our Spring Real Estate Showcase will include - and pick up your copy of our latest issue (2/26) today to see the section in its extensive entirety!

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Crackdown At CVS

Crackdown At CVS

Second Precinct officers have increased their efforts to prevent crime in a pocket of Huntington Station following complaints from residents.

This comes after three men were arrested Feb. 15 after they allegedly trespassed in the parking lot of a Huntington Station CVS store.

Read on to learn more about the men's arrests and how they spur (among other factors) an increased police presence in the area!

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Snow Affecting Some School Calendars

Snow Affecting Some School Calendars

The recent deluge of snow has Huntington schools digging themselves not only out of ice, but out of missed days of class. Fortunately, most districts in the area were well prepared for inclement weather long before the polar vortex reared its ugly head.

Read on to learn how some local school districts will be rearranging their calendars for the school year to accommodate for the high levels of snow we have encountered recently!

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15 Couples Tie The Knot At Town’s Annual Wedding Marathon

15 Couples Tie The Knot At Town’s Annual Wedding Marathon

Love was in the air! Fifteen couples - both heterosexual and homosexual alike - were wed during Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia’s Wedding Marathon at Huntington Town Hall this past Valentine's Day.

Read on to learn more about the couples who wed, the tradition Raia began 20 years ago, and how the marathon truly celebrates "love's greatest holiday"!

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