Clark Gillies, NHL Hall of Famer, Dies

Clark Gillies, a member of the Islanders team that won four consecutive Stanley Cups in the 1980s and a National Hockey League Hall of Famer, died Friday, the team announced. He was 67. Gillies was a resident of Greenlawn and a big supporter of Huntington Read More …

Absentee Balloting Extended; Endorsements

Voting by absentee ballot because of the COVID-19 pandemic was expanded Friday through 2022. Gov. Kathy Hochul signed the legislation to allow New Yorkers to request an absentee ballot during the pandemic where there is a risk of contracting or spreading disease that may cause illness Read More …

Huntington Residents Invited to Zoom Meeting With New Police Commissioner

Huntington residents are invited to a Zoom meeting Monday at 6 p.m. with Suffolk police Second Precinct officials and new police commissioner Rodney Harrison. Harrison was recently in Huntington Station to participate in handing out gifts to children at the Three Kings celebration at St. Read More …

Selden Man Accused of 3 Robberies in Huntington Station

A Selden man was arrested Thursday and accused of committing three robberies in Huntington Station in eight day. Kristian Falterman was arrested after an investigation by Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives and gang unit officers The robberies occurred between Jan. 11 and Jan. 19. Police Read More …

Covid-19 Stats, Reported in Public School Districts

Total Covid-19 cases reported for public school districts with the Town of Huntington, including Huntington, Cold Spring Harbor, South Huntington, Elwood, Northport, Harborfields, Commack and Half Hollow Hills. Most data are from Wednesday; some are based on reports from Tuesday. The state website said that, Read More …

Parking Lot Work to Affect Some HART Service, Center Access

Work on the parking lot at the John J. Flanagan ceneter will affect HART H20 buses and other services starting Thursday. The work includes: Expanding the existing parking field by 167 spaces (99, exist / 266 proposed)  Providing ADA-accessible parking and pedestrian routes to the Read More …

Ribbon Cutting, Reception Set at Afghan Kitchen 44

Afghan Kitchen 44 will officially have  a ribbon cutting and reception Thursday after opening back in July, a milestone  delayed in part as the restaurant underwent some design changes. Naweed  Mawjzada and her husband, Inayat, bought the restaurant at 44 Gerard St., formerly occupied by Read More …

Suffolk Legislators Sworn In, Named to Committees

Suffolk County legislators representing parts of Huntington were sworn into office at the beginning of January. Elected to represent the 18th District, Republican Stephanie Bontempi was named vice chair of the education and labor committees, and named to the Economic Development, Planning and Housing, Public Read More …

Zimmerman Joins Democratic Race to Succeed Suozzi

Democrat Robert Zimmerman announced Tuesday that he will run for the 3rd Congressional District spot held by incumbent Tom Suozzi, who is running for governor. Zimmerman, a businessman and a member of the Democratic National Committee, said, ““We have to restore people’s confidence that our Read More …