Category Archives: The Record

NYU Langone Acquires Huntington Medical Group

TOWN OF HUNTINGTON, New York, June 11

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

In order to adapt to a changing healthcare environment, one of Manhattan’s elite healthcare providers has teamed up with Huntington Medical Group – a 365-day-a-year practice that sees approximately 1,000 patients each day.

Huntington Medical Group – now NYU Langone Huntington Medical Group – was acquired by NYU Langone Medical Center as a part of a vision by officials to adapt to the changing healthcare environment. Inset: Andrew Brotman, left – senior vice president and vice dean for clinical affairs and strategy, chief clinical officer at NYU Langone – and Raman Bhasin, right, medical director for Huntington Medical Group.
Huntington Medical Group – now NYU Langone Huntington Medical Group – was acquired by NYU Langone Medical Center as a part of a vision by officials to adapt to the changing healthcare environment. Inset: Andrew Brotman, left – senior vice president and vice dean for clinical affairs and strategy, chief clinical officer at NYU Langone – and Raman Bhasin, right, medical director for Huntington Medical Group.

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Town’s Newest Nature Preserve Opens

COLD SPRING HARBOR, New York, June 11

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

After years of planning, Suffolk County’s newest nature preserve – nestled in a cozy Cold Spring Harbor neighborhood – opened to the public early Saturday afternoon.

Suffolk County’s newest nature preserve, the Wawapek Preserve is found in Cold Spring Harbor on a portion of the former DeForest Williams estate at the intersection of Spring Hill Road and Mowbray Lane North.
Suffolk County’s newest nature preserve, the Wawapek Preserve is found in Cold Spring Harbor on a portion of the former DeForest Williams estate at the intersection of Spring Hill Road and Mowbray Lane North.

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Algieri Wins Fans Despite Losing Decision

GREENLAWN, New York, June 4

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

When the judges’ decision was announced Friday night at the Barclays Center, Greenlawn’s Chris Algieri was unanimously defeated by Amir Khan. Through 12 rounds, the judges ruled, Khan was the better boxer.

Yet, in the eyes of many, Algieri was the better performer. Thanks to an aggressive new style, the 31-year-old former world champion was a victor even in defeat.

Greenlawn native Chris Algieri, right, throws a right hook at English boxer Amir Khan on Friday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. (Photo by Lucas Noonan/Premier Boxing Champions)
Greenlawn native Chris Algieri, right, throws a right hook at English boxer Amir Khan on Friday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. (Photo by Lucas Noonan/Premier Boxing Champions)

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Stars Shine At 5th Annual Hunting-Tony Awards

TOWN OF HUNTINGTON, New York, June 4

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

For the fifth year, the Town of Huntington sent out its secret judges to all of the high school productions –musicals and plays – throughout the township that students and staff work day in and day out to produce, perform and promote. That process culminated on Tuesday night with the annual Hunting-Tony awards show at the John W. Engeman Theater in Northport

Before the festivities began, Huntington Councilmembers Susan Berland, right center, and Mark Cuthbertson, left center, pose for a picture with two Hunting-Tony nominees.
Before the festivities began, Huntington Councilmembers Susan Berland, right center, and Mark Cuthbertson, left center, pose for a picture with two Hunting-Tony nominees.

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Are There Laws On Drones?

TOWN OF HUNTINGTON, New York, June 4

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

It’s a bird, it’s a plane – no, it’s a drone.

During a Northport Village board meeting in early May, drones were one of several topics that landed as a talking point.

“We were down at the construction site the other day,” Trustee Damon McMullen said. “This drone kept coming up behind us… [We] heard this buzz going around. It was very annoying.”

That begged the question, McMullen added: “Are there any laws controlling drones?” Continue reading Are There Laws On Drones?

Chris Algieri Readies For Title Fight

GREENLAWN, New York, May 21

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

An underdog; a long shot; an unknown – time and time again, Greenlawn’s Chris Algieri has been overlooked. While not ideal, these mantras haven’t slowed the 31-year-old professional boxer – if anything, he’s embraced them.

“That’s what I’ve been my whole career: an underdog,” Algieri said. “I’m a kid from Long Island; I’m not supposed to be boxing.”

Before the sweat and hard work, Greenlawn’s Chris Algieri makes time for interviews before a training session at Bellmore Kickboxing MMA.
Before the sweat and hard work, Greenlawn’s Chris Algieri makes time for interviews before a training session at Bellmore Kickboxing MMA.

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Support After Fire Displaces Residents

MELVILLE, New York, May 28

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

Less than a week after a devastating fire destroyed their home, friends and community members have responded with donations to get Melville residents Chris Burke and Caitlyn Shea back on their feet.

Caitlyn Shea combs through the remains of her townhouse after a devastating fire destroyed her Melville home at The Villages West complex.
Caitlyn Shea combs through the remains of her townhouse after a devastating fire destroyed her Melville home at The Villages West complex.

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Doggie Wellness Program Comes To Shelter

TOWN OF HUNTINGTON, New York, May 28

BY: Andrew Wroblewski

Few dogs wouldn’t bark at the opportunity to get outside, run free and, perhaps, make a few puppy pals along the way.

Huntington Town Animal Shelter workers and volunteers of the League for Animal Protection pose for a picture after being trained in the internationally-known dog wellness program, Dogs Playing for Life.
Huntington Town Animal Shelter workers and volunteers of the League for Animal Protection pose for a picture after being trained in the internationally-known dog wellness program, Dogs Playing for Life.

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