Hofstra Professor Publishes Book to Help Young Adults Thrive in Life

A recently released book by Hofstra University professor of psychology Dr. Jeffrey Froh focuses on the issues young adults in their 20’s go through in modern-day times by sharing student, client, and personal stories.  The Greenlawn author’s book is “Thrive: 10 Commandments for 20-Somethings to Read More …

Huntington Man Watches Business Grow Over Time

Shortly after graduating from college in 2002, Huntington native Marc Frankel found himself having lunch with his classmates when he noticed an interesting watch on one of their wrists. Asked where his friend bought it, they simply replied “eBay”. “All of a sudden I just Read More …

Huntington Native Is the One-Man Band Behind Bauer’s Brew

Bauer’s Brew, a Long Island coffee company run by Huntington native Mike Bauer, is celebrating its one-year anniversary this month.  As a successful entrepreneur and coffee enthusiast, Bauer travels from Long Island to Queens to formulate cold brew and coffee grounds. Originally only making cold Read More …

Three French Hens Bakery Makes its Mark

  Three French Hens Bakery, jumpstarted in 2021 by Northport residents Lisa Martin and her daughter Rebecca Martin, have been making a name for themselves at the Huntington Farmers Market, where they sell unique, homemade bakery items. Beginning her culinary journey at a young age, Read More …

Town Board Appoints Cepeda as Community Development Agency Director

The Huntington Town Board has appointed Angel Cepeda as the director of Community Development Agency by a vote of 4-1. Councilwoman Joan Cergol was the sole vote Tuesday against his appointment, citing his lack of experience in housing and other Community Development Agency responsibilities.  According Read More …

Town Board Approves Bond for Walker Park Improvements

After months of campaigning and study, a bond was approved this week for improvements at the Alfred J. Walker Memorial Park on West 11th Street. Residents say the Huntington Station park is in poor condition. Loose sand and no safety surfacing are just a few Read More …

New Beauty and Vintage Boutique Finds Its Home in Huntington

From beauty public relations to business entrepreneur, Huntington native Dianne Vavra has officially opened her boutique, Vavra New York,  selling vintage bags, jewelry, and indie beauty brands.  Having a passion for collecting vintage accessories throughout her life, Vavra has accumulated over 700 items in her Read More …

Potholes Are Back. Sorrentino Says He’s on Their Trail.

With harsh winter conditions comes severe road deterioration. Throughout Long Island, severe potholes have led to cars damaging their tires amongst other safety hazards, causing major concern for residents. Huntington Highway Superintendent Andre Sorrentino said he has made great efforts since the last storm to Read More …

Oyster Gardening Kicks Off as Summer Season Begins

As the summer season gets underway, the Oyster Bay/Cold Spring Harbor Protection Committee is eagerly anticipating families to start gardening tens of thousands of oysters in the harbor.  Every year, hundreds of volunteers including students, scouts, church groups, garden members, and families come to raise Read More …

Providers Bring COVID-19 Vaccine to Behavioral Health Community

When it comes to protecting friends and family, the Covid-19 pandemic has caused serious concern, especially among those diagnosed with mental illnesses and substance use disorders. Family Service League and Genoa Healthcare have stepped in to aid their clients in getting access to the COVID-19 Read More …

Huntington Installs New Bike-Sharing Program

To promote sustainable and green transportation, the Town of Huntington launched a new bike-sharing program  Wednesday with PedalShare as part of the Suffolk County Bike Share Program.  After a difficult year of dealing with the pandemic, Town Supervisor Chad Lupinacci said he hopes the new Read More …