Suffolk Federal Credit Union Announces Donation to Mondays at Racine

Suffolk Federal Credit Union has announced a donation of $3,000 to Mondays at Racine, a non-profit organization that provides health, beauty and wellness services to women, men and young adults undergoing treatment for cancer, free of charge, one Monday each month at Racine Salon & Read More …

National Night Out Celebration Set for Aug. 2

Huntington will celebrate National Night Out on Aug.2 with food, music and backpack and other  giveaways at Manor Field Park. As part of the celebration, hours will be extended at the new spray park. The event is co-sponsored by Council Dave Bennardo and the Huntington Read More …

Chapin Bust Has a Hometown Link

When a larger-than-life bust of iconic folk musician Harry Chapin is officially unveiled at the offices of Long Island Cares on Friday, serendipity will have a small role. The late Huntington Bay musician, who died in a crash on the Long Island Expressway on July Read More …

Happening in Huntington: Firemen’s Fair, Board Meetings

Monday The Northport Firemen’s Fair gets underway Monday night at Steers Beach, starting at 7 p.m.  through Saturday. Games, rides and general fun. Tuesday The Town Board meets at 2 p.m. for its monthly session. The public can attend the meeting in person or watch Read More …

Fred Guttenberg’s Voyage From Grief Toward Gun Safety

Many people know Fred Guttenberg, an East Northport native, as a passionate advocate against gun violence. He grew up on Long Island and, like many Long Islanders, moved to Florida. When his brother died of a disease related to 9/11, he and his family faced Read More …

Huntington Protesters Rally Over Abortion Ruling

About 200 people rallied Sunday night in Huntington against the Supreme Court decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade abortion ruling. Local Jewish and Protestant leaders addressed the crowd to emphasize that some faiths have a different view of when life begins than some courts Read More …

Huntington Commemorates Anne Frank

Anne Frank, the Jewish teenager whose diary inspires millions decades after her death in the Holocaust, was commemorated  Wednesday at Huntington Town Hall. Town officials, religious leaders and others heard from Gail Sheryn Kastenholz, a Huntington Station resident, whose parents survived the Holocaust, and who Read More …

Schools, Banks to Close for Juneteenth

Juneteenth, the federal holiday commemorating June 1865 when enslaved African-Americans in Texas learned that they were free, will close most banks, schools and other offices on Monday. Because the date fell on Sunday this year, the holiday wil be recognized on Monday. In New York, Read More …

Schramm Named to County LGBTQ Board

Joe Schramm, a Northport resident and business owner, has been named to the new LGBTQ+ Advisory Board by Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone. Schramm was also elected vice chairman. The purpose of the board is to serve as advisers to county officials on Suffolk LGBTQ+ Read More …

Rally in Melville Denounces Gun Violence

Protesters demanding action to put an end to gun violence gathered Thursday night outside the Melville office of Sen. Charles Schumer. Speakers included Linda Beigel Schulman who has become a nationally known activist since her son, teacher Scott Beigel, was murdered at the Parkland school Read More …