Crews Tackling Trees in Huntington to Improve Safety

Highway Department and PSEG-LI crews are out on the streets of Huntington, removing trees that pose a threat to power lines and residents’ safety. With recent reports of falling trees, one of which killed a firefighter from Long Island who was visiting North Carolina, and Read More …

HuntingtonNow Wins Award for Covid-19 Coverage

HuntingtonNow won an award for Covid-19 coverage in the Fair Media Council Folio Awards celebration Friday in Woodbury. The story, For Covid-19 Long-Haulers, Online Therapy Group Provides a Refuge, focused on a Covid-19 patient whose life was upended by Covid and how a Huntington Hospital Read More …

Report: Country Pointe Developer Swaps Plan for New One

A plan to build more than 300 villas and town homes in Huntington has been withdrawn, but the developer will submit a new proposal, Newsday reported Thursday. Country Pointe Elwood, on 55 acres at Jericho Turnpike and Manor Road in Huntington, was first proposed for Read More …

Ex-Huntington Man Admits to $200,000 Disability Fraud

A former Huntington man has pleaded guilty to fraudulently collecting more than $200,000 in disability benefits, the state attorney general’s office said Tuesday. ¬†Anthony Ragusa, 52, collected the benefits from the Social Security Administration, the office of State Attorney General Letitia James said. The office Read More …

Real Estate: Recent Listings in Huntington

The Pesce & Lanzillotta Team regularly compiles reports of recent real estate sales, listings and contract updates.¬† In the top 25 homes available now, prices ranged from $4.85 million for a 12-bedroom property on Auserehl Court to $778,000 for a three-bedroom home on Park Avenue. Read More …

New President Named at Henry Schein Cares Foundation

Maureen Knott will become president of the Henry Schein Cares Foundation, succeeding Steve W. Kress. The foundation said that Knott, who is vice president of product advertising for the Henry Schein U.S. Dental business, “is the perfect person to continue” its mission of “driving change Read More …

PSEG-LI Warns of Mylar Balloon Hazards

PSEG-LI is warning residents about Mylar balloons, so popular at spring and summer graduation and wedding celebrations, and the problems they can bring if they get entangled in power lines. The metallic Mylar balloons, if released into the air,¬† can become entangled in overhead electric Read More …