21-Year-Old Receives Long-Awaited Heart

21-Year-Old Receives Long-Awaited Heart

Some days just get burned into a parent’s memory. April 24, 2015 was one of them for Greenlawn’s Michele and Doug Martines.

As their son desperately needed a heart transplant, Michele received “the call” that there was a heart, and it was healthy.

Read on to learn how a miracle occurred and Siems was recently able to survive despite the odds stacked against him, and is now doing better than ever before!

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Friends Rally To Help Woman Get New Lungs

Friends Rally To Help Woman Get New Lungs

For most of us, the words “take a deep breath” are more soothing than stressful. For 41-year-old Walt Whitman High School graduate Ann Marie Cortina, they pose an almost insurmountable challenge.

Read on to learn how Cortina's cystic fibrosis has caused her to need new lungs, along with how her family and friends are working to help raise funds to get Cortina through the transplant and beyond!

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PD: Youth Police ‘Explorers’ Aid In Arrest

PD: Youth Police ‘Explorers’ Aid In Arrest

Several community groups made their way out to Huntington Station to clean up the streets as a part of the annual Earth Day, spring cleanup. Amidst the spring cleaning, however, one youth group was able to aid police in an arrest.

Read on to learn how members of the Second Precinct Explorers aided in the arrest of a man who was allegedly in possession of illegal substances in Huntington Station!

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Devoted Historian, Patriot Rex Metcalf Dies

Devoted Historian, Patriot Rex Metcalf Dies

Few people knew more about the history of Huntington than Rex Metcalf, but his family, friends, and colleagues can tell you that he was so much more than just a mind full of facts and stories.

Rex Metcalf died April 14 after a lengthy battle with cancer. He was 72.

Read on to learn about this incredible man, the innumerable contributions he made to our community, and how he will be dearly missed.

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Volunteers Sweep Away Winter At Clean-Up

Volunteers Sweep Away Winter At Clean-Up

With trowels and gloves, brooms, bags and leaf blowers, dozens of volunteers teamed up Sunday morning to do some spring cleaning in Huntington Station.

It’s all part of the seventh annual Earth Day clean-up, an event organized by the Huntington Station Happy Helpers.

Read on to learn all about this special event and the contributions it made to the local community!

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Tie A Pink Ribbon ‘Round The Old Oak Tree

Tie A Pink Ribbon ‘Round The Old Oak Tree

Volunteers with the Huntington Matters community watch organization spent a beautiful Saturday afternoon indoors at the South Huntington Library, twisting and tying pink bows together that they hope will become a symbol of a beautiful new era in Huntington Station’s history!

Read on to learn how these bows will be used as a visual sign of how Huntington Station is coming together to create a healthier, stronger, and safer community for all!

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