Closing Times Extended to 11 P.M.

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo Sunday cited the decline in Covid-19 infection rates and hospitalizations in extending closing times for bars, restaurants, gyms and fitness centers, casinos, billiards halls, as well as other State Liquor Authority-licensed establishments, from 10 p.m. to 11 p.m.  The change takes Read More …

Republicans Target Suozzi Seat in Midterm Elections

Republicans are targeting U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi, D-Huntington, hoping to pick up the seat if redistricting alters the demographics of the 3rd Congressional District. The National Republican Congressional Committee is looking at 47 districts, hoping to flip the House by taking several seats held by Read More …

From Albany: Housing Discrimination Bill; Demand for Zucker to Testify

Assemblyman Keith Brown (R,C,I- Northport) and other Assembly Republican members  are pushing a subpoena requiring New York State Commissioner of Health Dr. Howard A. Zucker to testify before the Legislature regarding COVID-19 nursing home deaths. Republicans are seeking answers to questions about Covid-19 deaths in  Read More …

Missing Toddler Found Unharmed

Suffolk County Police have located Dio Palermo, age 2, and Sherman Roberts Jr. Both were found, unharmed. Roberts Jr. is in police custody. The boy was taken from his home in Commack on Saturday. Earlier: Suffolk County Police are seeking a man who took a Read More …

Republican, Democratic Chairs Duel Over Lupinacci Report

The release of a report on the investigation of allegations against Huntington Supervisor Chad Lupinacci triggered a war of words Saturday between town Republican and Democratic chairmen. Republican  chairman Tom McNally fired first, issuing a release shortly before midnight Friday, saying the investigation had “cleared Read More …

Report Clears Lupinacci But Says Investigation Was ‘Stymied’

A report  looking into personnel  issues, including allegations of sex harassment involving Supervisor Chad Lupinacci and an unidentified town employee, found  the allegations unsubstantiated. But the report also concluded that its author was “stymied in my attempts to uncover all the facts by what I Read More …

Hebert to Run for Huntington Town Board

Former Huntington school board president Jen Hebert has been chosen by town Democrats to run for  a seat on the Town Board in November. One board opening will come up with Democratic Councilman Mark Cuthbertson’s  decision to run for the Suffolk County 18th Legislative District. Read More …

Town Secures Grant for Crippen House Study

The Town of Huntington has received a grant for an engineering study of the Peter Crippen House, a home built in the 1600s with significance in African American history. Supervisor Chad A Lupinacci announced the  $4,000 grant for an engineering study from the Preservation League Read More …

Station Resident Is First Female Eagle Scout in Suffolk County

A Huntington Station resident is the first female to reach the rank of Eagle Scout in Suffolk County. Summer Levinsky will be a member of country’s first inaugural class of female Eagle Scouts to be celebrated this month, the 111th anniversary of the Boy Scouts Read More …

Democrats Pick Sanin to Run for Supervisor

Democrats have chosen Rebecca Sanin, president and chief executive of the Health and Welfare Council of Long Island, to run for Huntington town supervisor in the fall. Sanin, 42, has been active for years in town and county politics and community issues, including work to Read More …

Spada Charged With Falsifying Paperwork

Former Huntington maritime director Dom Spada was indicted and arraigned  on charges he falsified paperwork related to a Civil Service exam, Suffolk County District Attorney Tim Sini said Wednesday. Spada resigned last week as director at the behest of Town Supervisor Chad Lupinacci, who nonetheless Read More …