Gale Warning for Huntington Area

Gov. Kathy Hochul declared a state disaster emergency Monday night ahead of predicted heavy rainfall expected to affect areas around New York State. The declaration covers Bronx, Broome, Chenango, Delaware, Greene, Kings, Montgomery, Nassau, New York, Orange, Otsego, Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Schenectady, Schoharie, Suffolk, Read More …

Huntington Station Group Donates Clock Tower to Town

Huntington Station will soon have a clock tower at the intersection of Pulaski Road and New York Avenue. The Town Board recently  accepted the donation by the Huntington Station Business Improvement District. The 16-foot tower  will be installed on the southeast corner of the intersection, Read More …

Schools: Greenhouse Adds Weather Monitoring Station; Preschool Openings

South Huntington has half-day preschool seats available. afternoon sessions (12:30-3 pm.) seats are still available at Oakwood Primary Unchanged: South Huntington has half-day preschool seats available. afternoon sessions (12:30-3 pm.) seats are still available at Oakwood Primary Center and James Kaden Administrative Offices The district’s Read More …

John Glenn, Whitman, Huntington Win

John Glenn racked up all  of its 41 points  in the first half Saturday against Wyandanch, ultimately claiming a 41-14 victory. Walt Whitman maintained its perfect record of 7-0 Saturday, defeating Commack 34-14 at the Wildcats’ homecoming game. Huntington beat Copiague 44-0 Friday to move Read More …

Opinion: Beware Scam Callers Claiming to Be PSEG-LI

The caller ID read as the phone rang: PSEG, LONG ISLA. Yes, the ND was missing—and that was not all that was missing earlier this month. There was no truth to the call. It was a scam. Our PSEG electric service, the caller advised, would Read More …

Cinema Arts Plans to Reopen Feb. 4

Cinema Arts Centre will reopen Feb.4 after an extended delay caused by the Covid-19 epidemic and the need to renovate the site. “Everybody’s been waitng for this as much as youve been missing this, we want this more than anybody as well,” Dylan Skolnick, co-director Read More …

Donnelly Seeking Re-Election to Suffolk Legislature

     While challenged by Republican Stephen Becker, Tom Donnelly says that he does not compare himself to other candidates who run against him. Rather, he feels that we as a society need to come together. “We have to remember that we are representatives of Read More …

School Sports: Homecomings, Parades

An outbreak of Covid-19 amongst their opponents nearly benched the Huntington football team and the Blue Devils’ homecoming last weekend. Huntington athletic director Jim Hoops was notified Friday afternoon that some members of the West Babylon team had tested positive. Shortly thereafter, the Eagles announced Read More …

County Acquires Development Rights to Tilden Lane Farm

  Development rights for Tilden Lane Farm in Greenlawn have been acquired by Suffolk County, Huntington Councilman Mark Cuthbertson announced Thursday. The farm has been operating since 1793. That acquistion means that the property will continue to operate as a privately owned farm but nothing Read More …

Berland Working to Return to Suffolk Legislature

Susan Berland, the Suffolk County Legislature majority leader, is seeking re-election for the 16 th legislative district. She said she has the right mix of compassion and fiscal responsibility to lead the district through the recovery from the pandemic and other challenges impacting the region. Read More …

Juici Opens in Greenlawn

A new shop featuring salads, wraps, juices, some vegan options and other healthy food choices opened this week in Greenlawn. Juici’s, an independent store at 97B Broadway, Greenlawn, was founded by Harborfields grad Stephanie Bouchard. She plans for the store to be open seven days a Read More …

Kevin Orelli’s Fight to Keep Fixing the Roads

     Huntington Highway Superintendent Kevin Orelli is campaigning for another term in office, fighting a fierce challenge by Republican Andre Sorrentino.      The quality of the roads in Huntington has been an issue for years, and Orelli points to a lack of financial Read More …

2 More Candidate Forums Scheduled

The Huntington branch of the NAACP will host an in-person candidates forum Thursday. The forum is scheduled for 6-9 pm at the South Huntington Public Library. Early voting opens Saturday for the Nov. 2 election. Two Town Board seats are open, while three people are Read More …