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Sources: Thatched Cottage Owner Attempts Suicide
BREAKING NEWS - Thatched Cottage owner Ralph Colamussi was hospitalized today after an apparent suicide attempt, sources have confirmed – one day before the scheduled bankruptcy auction of the catering hall.
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SOLD! Thatched Cottage Goes For $4.65 M
Centerport catering hall The Thatched Cottage is under new ownership – and, in the coming months, will take a new name – following the Wednesday bankruptcy auction that concluded with a $4.65-million sale.
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'Art Comes Alive And 'Off The Walls' At Fair
SPARKBOOM hosted its second annual “OFF THE WALLS: Block Party + Street Fair” last Saturday at Mt. Calvary Holy Church in Huntington.
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Town, School Board Leaders Spar
Several members of Huntington’s town board bristled at comments from Huntington school board leaders during a town board meeting Tuesday, during which school trustees said they felt like they had been left in the dark on development and tax issues that could impact the district, while town board members countered by saying the district had never shared those concerns with the board before Tuesday’s meeting.
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Residential Plans Revealed In Renaissance Update
New residential developments are being considered for a stretch of state-owned parking lots along New York Avenue as part of Huntington Station master developer Renaissance Downtowns' revitalization plans.
Along the New York Avenue corridor, LIRR commuter parking lots owned by the New York State Department of Transportation are being eyed for 21 “live-work” units, where apartments would be built above commercial space for retail and business use. At the end of the stretch, near the intersection with Church Street, 28 artist’s lofts are proposed.
Read on to learn more about this project, how it could affect the Huntington Station community, and what individuals think of the initiative so far!
CSH Heads To The Silver Screen
The football field, lockers and library are among the areas of Cold Spring Harbor High School that moviegoers may notice on the big screen come 2015, thanks to an agreement between the school district and Laika Productions, LLC.
The Cold Spring Harbor Board of Education voted Tuesday night to approve the signing of a contract that will allow for the shooting of scenes from a film called “Louder Than Bombs,” starring Jesse Eisenberg, Gabriel Byrne and Isabelle Huppert, on the grounds of the district’s high school – a deal that will bring the district not only screen time, but $5,000 for each of five scheduled shooting days.
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