Fogo de Chão Donates $17,215 to Island Harvest Food Bank

 Island Harvest Food Bank, Long Island’s leading hunger-relief organization, recently received a $17,215.60 donation from Fogo de Chão as part of the premier Brazilian steakhouse’s grand opening celebration at the Walt Whitman Shops in Huntington, NY. The funds, representing ten percent of the restaurant’s sales, supported approximately Read More …

PSEG-LI Workers Place Wreaths on Vets’ Graves

 A group of PSEG Long Island employees, including Margaret Stanco of Greenlawn, recently participated in a nationwide campaign to honor fallen service members by laying wreaths at their gravesites for the holidays. This year, more than 50 co-workers supported the Wreaths Across America movement at Read More …

Elf on the Shelf? Nope. Elf in the Cell

Suffolk County Sheriff Errol D. Toulon, Jr. made it clear Tuesday that not even an elf on the shelf can get away with misbehaving this holiday week. His office issued a tongue-in-cheek announcement that, after spotting social media reports about the elf  allegedly destroying kitchen Read More …

Lites Joins 1653 Foundation’s Board

The 1653 Foundation, Huntington’s only foundation solely focused on preserving and enhancing open space in the Town, has added Barry Lites, Esq. to their Board. Barry (Harvard Law School ’86) is the owner and principal attorney of Law Offices of Barry D. Lites, LLP, a Read More …

Suffolk Federal Credit Union Announces New Vice President, HR

 Suffolk Federal Credit Union (SFCU) announced that Megan Millevoy has joined the credit union as Vice President, Human Resources. In her new role, she will be responsible for human resources strategy, management and implementation as well as organizational culture. “Megan Millevoy is a highly experienced Read More …

Lou Giani, Legendary Huntington Wrestling Coach, Dies at 86

Lou Giani’s love affair with wrestling began as a junior at Robert L. Simpson High School as
Huntington High School was then known. On the horsehair filled mats in that dusty old room in the
building’s basement, the sport took hold in the teenager’s life, propelling him to the 1960 Olympics and a National Wrestling Hall of Fame coaching career. Read More …

Author Jeannie Moon Tells a Holiday Romance Tale

USA Today bestselling romance author Jeannie Moo delivers a Christmas romance that was inspired by her Huntington roots. You’ve just come out with a new book for the holiday season. Why did you write Christmas in Angel Harbor? This book is a love letter to Read More …

Letter: Federal Aid Needed to Save Educational Services

To the Members of the New York State Congressional Delegation: We are writing as leaders of statewide organizations representing public school parents, classroom teachers, schoo-lrelated professionals, building administrators, superintendents, and school board members asking for your help to prevent the destruction of learning opportunities and Read More …