Dix Hills Man Has Big Passion for Racing

Dix Hills resident Dylan Slepian has been racing since 2010, and recently won his first Modified NASCAR race. During the week, Slepian works as an account executive at M3 Technology in Bellport. On the weekends, he can be found on the racetrack. “Ever since I Read More …

New Vegan Market Cindysnacks Opens in Huntington

A new vegan market has opened in Huntington. Cindysnacks is a vegan market opened by couple John Stengel and Indiana Kay about a month ago. The name Cindysnacks comes from Kay’s nickname, Cindy, and the snacks she used to make when Stengel was first going Read More …

Back to School Means New Fashion Look

With school starting next week, back to school shopping is underway. Every year, new clothing trends emerge for both boys and girls, though there are some clothing styles and items that remain popular throughout the years. This year, clothing from sports brands seem to be Read More …

Barber Hits the Road to Deliver on Haircuts

A “Cut” Above All The Rest, LLC is a mobile barber shop that has been showing up lately in Huntington as well as other parts of Suffolk County. Its unique family owned and operated business comes right to clients’ doors, giving them haircuts at a Read More …

Two Honored at Town Board Meeting

 Asaf German  was honored at the July 16 Town Board meeting for raising $461,000 for blood cancer research during the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s 10-week “Racing to a Cure” campaign. “Asaf has consistently shown his commitment to serving those suffering from these illnesses by encouraging Read More …

Town Board Authorizes Actions Against Blighted Properties

The Town Board of Huntington has voted to authorize appropriate actions be taken against certain properties designated as blighted. This resolution, offered by Councilwoman Joan Cergol at the Town Board meeting July 16,  authorized actions to remedy blighted properties if the owners fail to enter Read More …

Huntington Station Store Reopens After Car Crash

A Huntington Station store has reopened, five months after a car crashed through its front window. In March, five people were injured when the car crashed through the storefront of Painted Pieces at 680 East Jericho Turnpike. “It kind of came out of nowhere,” said Read More …

Huntington YMCA Swimmers Honored

Huntington Councilwoman Joan Cergol, at the July 16 Town Board meeting, honored several members of the Huntington YMCA Bluefish swim team for their championship performances at the New York State YMCA swim meet. Nine Huntington YMCA swimmers, competing in different events and in different age Read More …