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Week in Review: Apartments, New School Lines

New School Lines Approved
The Half Hollow Hills Board of Education unanimously approved new boundaries for its elementary schools Monday night, an outgrowth of its decision in October to close two schools because of declining enrollment. School superintendent Kelly Fallon said changes in the final plan, known as Map 4, will achieve a better balance in diversifying and equalizing the population of students in each of the five schools. 

Huntington Man Designs Postage Stamp
A Huntington artist has put his mark on the U.S. Postal Service, designing a holiday stamp for the holiday season. William Low's poinsettia design had its first-day issue on Oct. 10. 

Views on Apartments Wanted
Councilwoman Susan Berland is surveying residents about their interest in purchasing one-bedroom apartments, part of the debate on the future of a proposed housing development on Ruland Road in Melville.

New Catering Site Opens
The Harbor at Prime, a stylish new catering facility, is officially open in Huntington. The 13,000-square-foot facility offers wall-to-ceiling windows, an expansive view of the harbor, menus from Prime restaurant and a modern mix of colors.  

Christmas Arrives on 2 Wheels at Sagamore Center
Christmas arrived Sunday at the Sagamore Children's Psychiatric Center in Dix Hills, courtesy of LI Harley Riders. Escorted by Suffolk County police, about 50 bikers, including Santa himself, arrived on their hogs to deliver presents to youngsters at the center.

Man Hurt in Crash Accused of DWI
A 19-year-old Huntington Station man is in the hospital with serious injuries following a single-car crash on Melville Road early Thursday morning, police said. 

Shane McAdams was driving a 2000 Ford Mustang south on Melville Road in South Huntington when he apparently lost control of the vehicle, which crossed over the northbound lane and overturned onto the lawn of a residence at 12:17 a.m., police said.  He was later charged with DWI.

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