Huntington Honors Those Lost in Wars

The Town of Huntington honored those killed in wars Sunday at a wreath-laying ceremony at Town Hall’s Veterans Plaza. The ceremony in the packed plaza was a reminder that the Monday’s holiday commemorates those lost in war, and is distinct from Veterans Day, when all Read More …

Greenlawn Wiffle Ball Tournament to Fund Charities

The Greenlawn Civic Association and the St. Vincent de Paul Society are inviting residents to join in a charity wiffle ball  tournament on June 15. Proceeds benefit outreach efforts of  the society and the GCA, helping to fund their annual scholarships and provide food and Read More …

Four Arrested in Vape, Cannabis Sales

Suffolk County Police arrested three people for selling vape products to underage people and one person for selling cannabis during a compliance check at businesses in the Second Precinct. As part of the department’s “Operation Smoke Out,” Second Precinct Crime Section officers conducted compliance checks Read More …

Report: Whitman Mall, Restaurant File Competing Lawsuits

The Walt Whitman Shops is locked in a legal battle with a restaurant that has not opened, according to a lawsuit, the Long Island Business News reported Friday. Whitman Mall LLC sued Fat Bones LLC, which does business as Morgan’s Brooklyn Barbecue and Tiny’s Cantina, Read More …

John J. Breslin Jr., Real Estate Attorney, Dies at 67

John J. Breslin Jr., a prominent attorney who was active in the Huntington community, died Wednesday. He was 67 years old After graduating from Siena College, he received his law degree from St. John’s University, which he attended nights while working full time for his Read More …

Station Man Arrested on Child Porn Charges

A Huntington Station tennis instructor was arrested Thursday on charges of possessing child pornography. Suffolk County Police said that they got a tip from  the New York State Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and Tampa Police Department about Joseph Drago, 28. The Suffolk Police Read More …

Town Criticizes Report of ‘Wiretapping’ of Employees

Huntington Supervisor Ed Smyth on Thursday criticized a newspaper report as  “a false story line” that incorrectly suggested the town is spying on its employees. Standing in a Town Hall center filled with dozens of screens showing camera feeds from town property, Smyth and Public Read More …

Stamp Out Drive Collected 382,000 Pounds of Food

The Stamp Out Hunger food drive collected more than 300,000 pounds of food, Island Harvest Food Bank said Wednesday. The drive was conducted May 11, with donations left by mailboxes and collected by US Postal Service workers. Randi Shubin Dresner, president and CEO of Island Harvest Read More …