South Huntington Resident Uses Visual Storytelling to Educate, Share News

As graphics/multimedia editor for sports at The New York Times, Bedel Saget has not had many athletic competitions to cover over the last year. So the South Huntington resident has pitched in to help cover the two big news stories of the past 12 months: Read More …

Long Road Ahead for 8-Year-Old Melville Boy With Leukemia

Shane Lang is 8 years old and loves Lego, Spiderman and playing soccer. On Feb. 23, the Melville resident got on the school bus with his three siblings, but by that night, he was in Stony Brook University Hospital, where he was diagnosed with T Read More …

Huntington Resident Opens Business Offering Relaxing ‘TuneBed’ Sessions

Huntington residents who are stressed about the pandemic, the economy and the snow have a new way to relax and forget their troubles for 15 minutes. Revive Health Studio, which opened Dec. 2 at 44C Gerard St., offers sessions on a TuneBed, which combines soothing Read More …

Greenlawn Author Publishes ‘Hopeful’ Children’s Book

Early in the pandemic, Greenlawn resident Theresa Trinder was struggling to help her two young sons cope with social distancing. “They weren’t seeing grandparents, teachers or the other people we have come to depend on, and it was tough,” she says. “I was trying to Read More …

Covid-19 Worries Doctors, Families as Colder Weather, Fatigue Set In

For 22 nights in March and April, Stephen Jimenez’s only goal was to see the next sun rise. An employee and resident of the Town of Huntington, Jimenez had one of the earlier cases of coronavirus in Suffolk County. It began with gastrointestinal symptoms and Read More …

Long Island Restaurant Week to Start Sunday

Several Huntington restaurants are participating in Long Island Restaurant Week, which starts Sunday and extends through the following Sunday. Amid the pandemic, organizers have made a few changes to the popular tri-annual promotion to give restaurants more flexibility. In the past, all participating restaurants offered Read More …

Oh the Horror! Huntington Monster Maven’s Collection on Display

Greg Fasolino has skeletons in his closet, along with monsters, werewolves and other creepy collectibles from the 1960s and 1970s. And many of them are on display this month at the Huntington Public Library. A self-described monster maven, Fasolino has been collecting horror-themed monster models, Read More …

Domestic Violence Rises as Partners Spend More Time Together

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the COVID-19 crisis has led to an increase in domestic abuse, according to Melville-based divorce and family law attorney Russell Marnell. “People are spending a lot more time in close proximity to their spouse,” Marnell said. “Even if Read More …