Cinema Arts Centre Celebrates 50 Years of Movies and Community

When the founders of Cinema Arts Centre first got Huntington residents together to watch independent films in 1973, moviegoers would bring their own chairs to a local dance studio and plop them on the floor facing a bedsheet hanging on the wall, where the films Read More …

With New Milling Machine, Highway Department Poised to Pave More Roads

The Huntington Highway Department has acquired a milling machine that will allow town workers to properly prepare roads for repaving, says Andre Sorrentino, highway department supervisor. Contractors have been milling the town’s roads for repavement in past years. But with the town’s $400,000 purchase, funded Read More …

Tours to Teach About America’s First African American Poet, Who Was Enslaved in Huntington

The Town of Huntington is the birthplace of the United States’ first published African American poet, and Preservation Long Island is determined for local residents to know his name: Jupiter Hammon. That’s why the nonprofit organization, dedicated to preserving and educating about Long Island history, Read More …