Downtown Building Listed for Sale at $2.25 Million

A two-story building in downtown Huntington is listed for sale at $2.25 million. The first floor  of the building at 8 East Carver Street is retail; the second floor features a two-bedroom apartment. The listing projects that a new owner could  significantly increase the rent. Read More …

6 Huntington Station Revitalization Plans Approved by State

Six projects to revitalize Huntington Station with improvements in streetscaping, additional housing and other plans were approved Friday by the state. The state will provide Huntington with $9.7 million under the Downtown Revitalization Initiative to: Redevelop Southgate Affordable Rental Housing Redevelopment at 1264-1268 New York Read More …

Huntington Physician Offers New Model for Patient Care

A Huntington physician has opened a family medical care practice that runs without the hassle of insurance paperwork. Dr. Stephen Andreoni, located at 11 Stewart Ave., practices direct primary care, meaning he doesn’t accept insurance for his services Instead, his patients pay a monthly subscription Read More …

Huntington Officials Emphasize Safety on the Water

Huntington officials, law enforcement and boating experts reminded residents on Wednesday about ways to keep safe while using Huntington’s many waterways. Town Supervisor Ed Smyth, noting that Safe Boating Week is about to begin, reiterated the need for anyone using the waters to follow safety Read More …

Restaurant Reopens With Honduran Menu

El Sueño restaurant in Huntington Station is reopening, with a shift in cuisine. Ever Chavez said the restaurant, at 1711 New York Ave., has shifted from a Mexican to a Honduran menu. That means such dishes as Honduran baleadas, tortillas covered in refried black beans and Read More …

Einstein’s Attic Cuts the Ribbon on Huntington Store

Einstein’s Attic cut the ribbon on its store in Huntington Tuesday, with a host of  well-wishers on hand, including Town Supervisor Ed Smyth Einstein’s Attic succeeded Little Switzerland, which operated for 43 years before its owner, Lily Bergh, decided to retire in January. Lori Badanes Read More …

Suffolk Credit Union Honors Nurses, Police, EMS & Military with ‘Suffolk Salutes’

Suffolk Credit Union announced its ‘Suffolk Salutes’ celebration in May to recognize the essential service providers who have such a positive impact on our communities. The credit union will honor nurses, police, EMS responders, veterans and active military throughout the month along with national recognition Read More …

Happening This Week: Ribbon Cutting, Cleanups

Tuesday Einstein’s Attic Huntington is having a ribbon cutting Tuesday, with an added twist: the public is invited to bring their own scissors and help cut the ribbon. The store is at 267 Main St., Huntington. Ribbon cutting at 5 p.m.; participants should arrive by Read More …