Greenlawn Wiffle Ball Tournament to Fund Charities

The Greenlawn Civic Association and the St. Vincent de Paul Society are inviting residents to join in a charity wiffle ball  tournament on June 15. Proceeds benefit outreach efforts of  the society and the GCA, helping to fund their annual scholarships and provide food and Read More …

Report: Whitman Mall, Restaurant File Competing Lawsuits

The Walt Whitman Shops is locked in a legal battle with a restaurant that has not opened, according to a lawsuit, the Long Island Business News reported Friday. Whitman Mall LLC sued Fat Bones LLC, which does business as Morgan’s Brooklyn Barbecue and Tiny’s Cantina, Read More …

Stamp Out Drive Collected 382,000 Pounds of Food

The Stamp Out Hunger food drive collected more than 300,000 pounds of food, Island Harvest Food Bank said Wednesday. The drive was conducted May 11, with donations left by mailboxes and collected by US Postal Service workers. Randi Shubin Dresner, president and CEO of Island Harvest Read More …

Updated: Memorial Day Parades, Commemorations and the Marines

Events related to Memorial Day will include somber services, parades, an exhibition by the Marine Corps, and a carnival at the Huntington YMCA. On Wednesday, the public is invited to watch as the US Marine Corps will bring a band, silent drill team and a Read More …

Food Drive to Kick Off With 7 Collection Dates

The fourth annual Power to Feed program returns this  week, with PSEG Long Island, Island Harvest Food Bank and Stop & Shop teaming up to collect food for those in need. The first in-person collection event is scheduled at  a Massapequa Stop & Shop Friday Read More …

Festival Highlights Huntington’s Maritime Links

A maritime festival on Sunday kicked off Safe Boating Week in Huntington. Scores of vendors promoting everything from boats, seashell designs, honey, jewelry, insurance, wood carvings and more were on hand as the large crowd circulated at the festival at Mill Dam Park. Others sampled 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 …

Baby Arrives in Huntington Station With the Help of 911 Dispatcher

Two babies, including a boy born to a Huntington Station family, arrived this week with the help of 911 dispatchers.
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Art League Workshop, Exhibit to Focus on Memory

The Art League of Long Island will host a show in June that focuses on the theme of memory. The League said the show will be part of its continuing efforts to support mental wellness through artistic expression. A workshop and an exhibition will give 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 …