Art League to Celebrate With Grand Reopening

The Art League of Long Island will celebrate its grand reopening Saturday with an open house. Like many businesses and organizations, the league took a serious hit from the Covid-19 epidemic, struggling to remain viable. But it hung on, with the support of members of Read More …

‘Old Skool’ Concert Offers Rhythm and Blues, Dancing

    The sounds of rhythm and blues poured from the Chapin Rainbow Stage at Heckscher Park Saturday as the town of Huntington put on an “Old Skool” concert. The Gentlemen of Soul and local solo artist Pamela Carey took the stage for the free concert. Read More …

Motorcyclist Killed in East Northport Crash

A motorcyclist was killed Saturday night in a crash with an SUV in East Northport, Suffolk County police said. Gary Skaats was operating a 1998 Honda motorcycle west on Jericho Turnpike, 50 feet west of Verleye Avenue when he crashed into a 2012 Honda SUV Read More …

Several Beaches Closed Because of Bacteria

Suffolk County closed 11 North Shore beaches to bathing Saturday morning following the  finding of bacteria at levels in excess of acceptable criteria. The affected beaches are:Knollwood and Fleets Cove Beach, and Huntington Beach Community Association Beach in Huntington; Steers Beach and Asharoken Beach in Read More …

Early Voting Opens in Republican Primary

Early voting opens Saturday and runs nine days for the Aug. 23 Republican primary for the First Congressional District. The campaign for the newly drawn district has been fierce, complete with charges of stolen election signs, accusations that one candidate is really a Democratic supporter Read More …

Telephonics Workers Create Organic Garden to Help Feed the Hungry

A man with a keen interest and expertise in gardening is leading several of his co-workers at Telephonics Corp. in Huntington in a project to help feed the hungry. Pedro Yepes is a certified master gardener through the Cornell University Cooperative Extension Program. He started Read More …

Second Precinct Expanding Use of Mobile License Plate Scanners

Police use of license plate readers will expand in the Second Precinct, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced Thursday. State Assemblyman Steve Stern, D-Dix Hills, obtained a $250,000 grant that will increase mobile readers, which are installed in police cars. His office said that the Read More …

Northwell Shows Off New Park Avenue Building

Huntington Hospital executives showed off their newly opened $10 million building at 400 Park Ave. on Wednesday The 10,000-square foot building at the corner of East Main Street and Park Avenue will provide both primary care services and multi-specialty care for women. “For decades there Read More …

Cops Investigating Retail Parking Lot ‘Deception’ Thefts

Suffolk County Police are investigating a series of deception larcenies targeting women in retail parking lots, the department said Thursday. Police gave this account: A woman in the parking lot of Costco in Commack about 3:25 p.m. Wednesday. was approached by a man asking for Read More …

Pedestrian Seriously Injured in Cold Spring Harbor

A pedestrian was seriously injured Wednesday night when she was hit by a car on Shore Road in Cold Spring Harbor. Suffolk County police said David Kasheta of Lloyd Harbor was driving north on Shore Road near Main Street when he struck the woman. She Read More …

New Senior Pastor Named at Huntington Baptist Church

Joseph Garafolo has become senior pastor at  Huntington Baptist Church, the 25th pastor in the church’s history. He preached his first sermon at the church on Sunday. “We are delighted that Pastor Joe has accepted the call to be the next pastor of our church,” Read More …