Early Voting for General Election to Open Oct. 26

Early voting in Suffolk County in the Nov. 5 general election will open Saturday Oct.26 and continue through Sunday Nov. 3. Huntington voters will be able to cast their early ballots at the VFW Post 1469, 210 W Pulaski Rd, Huntington Station. There is no early Read More …

Former Village Restaurant Selling for $1.3 Million

The building previously occupied by Almarco Italian Grille is selling for $1.3 million. The restaurant, which was seized by the New York State tax department for back taxes in January, is at 13 Wall St. The 2,000-square foot site is listed with Linda Lugo of Read More …

Man Struck by Lightning in Northport

A Northport man was struck by lightning Sunday night in front of his home on Ocean Avenue, Northport police said Monday. Jonathan Borriello, a 29-year-old male, was struck by lightning in front of his home about 10:38 p.m.  He went out to his front porch Read More …

PSEG to Inspect Power Lines Via Helicopter

Starting Monday, PSEG-LI will be using helicopters to inspect power lines and equipment on Long Island. PSEG Long Island will be using a blue and yellow Bell Jet Ranger helicopter to conduct aerial equipment inspections. The inspection helicopter will hover above structures for a short Read More …

East Jericho Turnpike Building for Sale for $1.2 Million

A 7,000-square foot building on East Jericho Turnpike is listed for sale at $1.2 million. Mica World, at 691 East Jericho Turnpike, has a sign saying the store is closing because of the owner’s retirement but it is still operating part-time. The property is identified Read More …

Local Students Awarded Degrees

Elmira College Cassie Chun of Commack was among the graduates celebrated at the 161st Elmira College Commencement on Sunday, June 2 at the First Arena, Elmira. The exercises included the conferring of 204 undergraduate and 22 graduate degrees. Following a welcome and award recognitions by Elmira College President Read More …

Wanted: 2 Men Who Stole Merchandise From Home Depot

Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Suffolk County Police Second Precinct Crime Section officers are seeking two men who stole merchandise from a Huntington store in May. Two men stole a gas grill, an echo gas trimmer and paint rollers from Home Depot on New York Read More …

Huntington LIRR Crossings to Close for Repaving

The Long Island Rail Road will temporarily shut down some track crossings in Huntington next week for repaving. Tuesday, 7 a.m.-4:30 p.m. West Rogues Path Crossing will be repaved and closed to road traffic. During those hours, drivers can use Oakwood Road/East Gate Drive for Read More …

2 Beaches Closed in Huntington Because of Bacteria

Centerport Yacht Club Beach and Valley Grove Beach, both in the Town of Huntington, are closed to bathing because bacteria in excess of acceptable criteria was found.   Suffolk County Commissioner of Health Dr. James Tomarken, bathing in bacteria-contaminated water can result in gastrointestinal illness, Read More …

Man Admits Sexually Assaulting Teen in Downtown Huntington

A Huntington man pleaded guilty Wednesday to sexually assaulting a teen in downtown Huntington in November. District Attorney Timothy D. Sini announced that Daniel Adum, 19, pleaded guilty to Criminal Sexual Act in the First Degree, a B felony; Attempted Criminal Sexual Act in the Read More …

Veterans Honored for Service to Communities

Several local veterans were honored at State Sen. James Gaughran’s ‘Veterans Hall of Fame’ ceremony Saturday in Huntington. The event honored veterans whose contributions in their military service and throughout their communities made them worthy of recognition by the New York State Senate. Honorees included Read More …