Epidemic Brings Changes to Dental Offices

Many businesses and shops had to close in mid-March because of the pandemic, but many offices in the medical field  remained open for necessary care. ProHealth Dental in Huntington remained open for emergency dental visits. The Huntington office used more virtual technology to see  patients, Read More …

Book Revue Shifts Sales Models to Adapt to Epidemic

Book Revue is Long Island’s largest independently owned book store, but much like many other businesses they were greatly affected by the Coronavirus. The store has been around since 1977 and is a staple of Huntington village life. When the Coronavirus first hit in March, Read More …

Socks Company Doesn’t Let Anything Stop Them, Not Even a Pandemic

Huntington Now is catching up with businesses to see how they’re doing during the pandemic. First up: John’s Crazy Socks, a Melville-based company that has had to pivot and come up with new product ideas. If you’d like us to report on your business, email Sapphire Delzio at [email protected] Read More …

St. Anthony’s Triplets Give Second Life to Campus Signs

Triplets Andrew, Daniel and Stephanie Mullan are giving back to St. Anthony’s High School in a major way. They are spending their summer not detaching from school like most students but restoring signs from the school’s campus. In driving to and from school everyday they Read More …

Students Organize to Fight Against Child Marriages

While many college students spend their summers relaxing at the beach with friends, Huntington’s Max Robins and his friends are spending their summer enacting real change against child marriages. After launching ‘Students Against Child Marriages’ just recently, they have already gained hundreds of followers and Read More …

St. Anthony’s High School Outlines Reopening Plans

    St. Anthony’s High School in South Huntington is working to determine how to best go about returning to school. Much like other schools, they acknowledge  many factors are out of their control but have planned for any possible situation. Gov. Andrew Cuomo has Read More …