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  • Huntington
  • Huntington Station
  • Cold Spring Harbor
  • Lloyd Harbor
  • Centerport
  • Huntington Bay
  • Greenlawn

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Recent Stories:

Inspired By Her Fighting Spirit

In October 2005, Ali was involved in a car crash which left her with a spinal cord injury that has paralyzed her legs, leaving her with limited movement of her arms and no movement of her fingers. Since then, she struggled to find a workout was truly a right fit for her.

That was, until she joined Title Boxing Club in the Huntington village, where she ended up finding a true home!

Read on to learn how Ali has been welcomed with open arms in the Title Boxing Club family and how she was able to find a both a workout and community that were all she could ever want.

Work Completed On Gerard Street Lot

After a months-long reconstruction project, the Huntington village municipal parking lot that has been home to heavy machinery since July is officially open for public parking.

“It was finished on time, as promised, for the final weeks of the holiday shopping season,” said Town Supervisor Frank Petrone on Monday, referring to the work as “a major parking lot rehabilitation project.”

Read on to learn more about what life has been like since the project has been completed, and especially what the Gerard Street lot merchants have to say now that construction is finally over!

Experience Matisyahu On Stage Next Week

Judaism and reggae are not typically regarded as a common combination, but Matisyahu – Matthew Paul Miller – has managed to combine the two with success over his 14-year-long career in music.

The rapper from White Plains, N.Y., will take that combination – and what he said is the “real, authentic, inclusive experience” of his live shows – to The Paramount’s stage on Dec. 21.

Read on to learn more about this intriguing artist and to catch the full details on his upcoming performance!



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