Civic Association Hosts ‘Meet the Candidates’ Night

Candidates for local, county and state offices came out Thursday night for a  forum at the South Huntington Public Library. The South Huntington-Huntington Station Civic Association hosted the event, one of several such forums before the elections on Nov.6. Kicking off the event was Jim Read More …

Bryant Students Named to Dean’s List; Huntington Resident Performs at McDaniel College

The Dean’s List at Bryant University in Smithfield, R.I.,  recognizes full-time students who earned a grade point average of 3.40 and above for the semester. Local residents who were named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2018 semester: Rebecca Demarest of Commack Jake Wiener Read More …

Huntington Residents Discuss Addiction, Recovery at Town Hall

Huntington residents came together for a public forum at Town Hall to discuss solutions to drug addiction and recovery in Suffolk County. The event featured statements from law enforcement, treatment, recovery, and health care professionals. The purpose of the event was to discuss the issues Read More …

Local Residents Join New Paltz Teams, Vermont TREK

Residents from the Town of Huntington join SUNY New Paltz team rosters as the 2018 college sports season commences. SUNY New Paltz Woman’s Field Hockey The SUNY New Paltz women’s field hockey team brought in 16 newcomers along with its 9 returning members for the Read More …

Local Students Enroll at Belmont, Citadel

Belmont University Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee enrolled 8,318 students for the fall 2018 semester. Local residents enrolled were: Nicole Lewis of Huntington Nicholas San Antonio of Dix Hills The Citadel The Citadel, located in Charleston, South Carolina, enrolled 837 students for the class of Read More …

Civic Association Hears From Town Officials

For the South Huntington-Huntington Station Civic Association, bringing together residents and elected officials is an important step to a thriving community. The organization recently hosted a community meeting at the South Huntington Public Library to discuss the state of the town. The meeting attracted a Read More …

Qwikride Debuts as Free Village Shuttle Service

Having trouble finding a parking spot in Huntington Village? If so, then Qwikride is there to provide  transportation  for customers and employees alike. It’s an incredibly simple service to use: Just download the app, let them know where you are and your destination,  and wait Read More …

Huntington Native Chris Strub Travels Country for a Good Cause

Huntington High School class of 2003 graduate and motivational speaker, Chris Strub, 32, has been using his passion for traveling and networking to help those in need. In the summer of 2015, Strub embarked on a cross-country journey that changed his life. He traveled all Read More …

BeeWitched Bee Offering Honey and Helpful Education

Honeybee colonies have been dying off drastically, but beekeepers Neal Wechsler and Samantha Boyd from BeeWitched Bee are hoping to educate others on how they can keep the honeybee population thriving. The story of BeeWitched Bee started with just one hive. A few years ago, Read More …

Lupinacci Announces Crackdown on Unsafe Boating

As the summer boating season draws near, local authorities are urging Huntington boaters to play it safe. To kick off Memorial Day weekend, Huntington Town Supervisor Chad Lupinacci, along with officials from the Suffolk County Police Marine Bureau and Bay Constable, announced an increase in Read More …

Town Board to Propose Permits for Drones

Requests to fly drones over town property have officials proposing a permit process for pilots who want to take off from and land on town property. The Huntington Town Board scheduled a meeting for June 5 at 2 p.m. at town hall to propose a permit Read More …

Villadom Opponents Voice Their Displeasure

Huntington residents swarmed Thursday’s town board meeting to speak against the Villadom project. Opponents of the Villadom project arrived holding protest signs and garbed in yellow t-shirts which read, “Save our town. Stop the Villadom mall.” They attended the board meeting despite the fact that Read More …

Hunting-Tony Nominees Announced

Talented teens from high schools around Huntington are competing for the 2018 Hunting-Tony Awards. Young theater performers gathered at Town Hall on Monday to witness the nomination announcement for the 8th Annual Hunting-Tony Awards, an awards ceremony celebrating local high school plays and musicals. Council Read More …