Essay: Project HOPE’s COVID story of Mana in our Desert

Project HOPE always was and always will be a movement guided by the Holy Spirit. It began some 18 years ago because a group of teenaged volunteers heard a presentation about the hungry in our Huntington Station community and decided to do something about it. Read More …

Schools: Welcome to New Staff, Balloon Parade Tradition

  The Harborfields Central School District held its annual new and newly tenured staff reception, recognizing the addition of 22 educators and the accomplishments of 12 teachers receiving tenure. “Now more than ever, our kids need us,” Superintendent Dr. Rory Manning said to the assembled Read More …

Suozzi Running for Governor

U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi, D-Huntington, announced Monday that he will run for governor, joining other prominent Democrats already in the race. Citing his experience as mayor of Glen Cove, as a member of Congress and as Nassau County executive, Suozzi said, “I’m running for governor,”  Read More …

Hochul Order Allows Limitations on Some Hospital Services Because of Covid-19

Gov. Kathy Hochul  issued an executive order Friday to allow the Department of Health to limit non-essential procedures in an effort to limit potential Covid-19 spikes this winter. The order will allow the limitations until at least Jan. 15. The new protocols will begin Dec. 3, Read More …

For Covid-19 Long-Haulers, Online Therapy Group Provides a Refuge

Lori Donahue doesn’t have to think back to March 2020 when she first developed Covid-19 to remember the debilitating effects of the virus. Some of them are still with the Nassau County resident, 20 months after she was infected, and manifest in strange ways, from Read More …

UPDATE: Stella, the Stolen French Bulldog, Recovered

Stella, the French Bulldog who was stolen during a burglary in Huntington on Thanksgiving Day, was located Saturday on Rhododendron Drive in Center Moriches, Suffolk police said. She has been returned to her owners. The investigation into the burglary is continuing.   earlier A Huntington Read More …

Fans and Families Welcome Home Wildcats

Walt Whitman’s football team arrived back home in Huntington Station Friday after its last-second loss to Massapequa, 38-35 for the Long Island championship. The Wildcats won the Suffolk title last week. Players disembarked from their buses to the sound of car horns, sirens from the Read More …

Football Championship, Holiday Celebrations Get Underway

The long holiday weekend continues Friday when Walt Whitman plays Massapequa for the Long Island Class I title at noon at Hofstra University. Whitman’s big moments on Maxpreps. Northport Tree Lighting The Northport Chamber of Commerce and Northport Fire Department are sponsoring a tree lighting Read More …

Huntington Boat Parade Postponed

The forecast for high winds, including strong gusts, has postponed the Huntington boat parade from Friday to Sunday, the Huntington Lighthouse Preservation Society said Wednesday. The parade will go off starting at 6 p.m., it said. Prizes are awarded in 10 categories: Best in Show, Read More …