Hibernians Raffling Tickets for Trip to Ireland

The Huntington Hibernians are raffling off tickets for a trip to Ireland to support scholarships named for the late Justice Harry Richard Brown. The tickets in the raffle sponsored by the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Division 4 of Huntington, go for $25. There’s no expiration Read More …

Church Raising Funds for Food Program

The Congregational Church of Huntington is raising funds on GoFundMe for its Peace and Plenty Food Outreach program. The program, begun in 2006, prepares and delivers fresh bread, baked goods, sandwiches and fruit each week. Food is prepared at Temple Beth El’s kitchen and delivered Read More …

#GivingTuesday Invites Your Contributions

Today is #GivingTuesday, a chance to give to others after the focus on consumerism in the last several days. It is a global effort to be generous, though local organizations are often the beneficiaries of such efforts. Any number of non-profits and others in Huntington Read More …

Speaker to Propose Penn Station Changes

Samuel Turvey, Chair of ReThink Penn Station NYC, will be the guest speaker at LIMBA (Long Island Metro Business Action) on Dec.1. This event will take place at the Candlelight Diner, 56 Veterans Memorial Highway in Commack, starting at 8:30 a.m. The topic will be Read More …

Polar Plunge to Raise Funds for Special Olympics

Teams are forming to take part in the Town of Huntington’s Polar Plunge on Dec. 10. Several hardy souls, from John Glenn High School, the town and Cameron Engineering, among others, are already collecting donations for the effort, also known as Freezin’ for a Reason. Read More …

Townwide Fund Sponsoring Pickleball Tournament

The Townwide Fund is sponsoring a pickleball tournament on Dec. 3 at the Huntington YMCA. The schedule is: Mens 10 am Mixed Doubles 12pm Women’s 2pm The tournament will raise funds to support Townwide Fund programs. To register for the tournament The fund is also Read More …

Volunteer Ready to Take a Punch, Deliver a Punch for Charity

  Vincent “Victory” Keaveny is working hard, getting ready to deliver his punches in his first official boxing match Monday, one of several men and women who will trade blows to raise money for charity. The Northport resident, who manages private wealth for Bank of Read More …

Sorrentino Turkey Giveaway Scheduled Monday

The 15th annual Sorrentino family turkey giveaway is scheduled for 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday in Huntington Station. Donations are still welcomed by the Sorrentino Family Foundation, and vouchers are available to those in need. The event feeds thousands of families who need help to celebrate Read More …

Grog Fest at the Whaling Museum on Nov. 30

The Grog Fest returns Nov. 30 as a fundraiser for the Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum, which will be transformed into a tavern for the evening. The fest, for adults only, will include rum punch, sea shanties, a history of bootlegging, presented by Town Historian Read More …

Hibernian Chili Cookoff for a Good Cause

 The Huntington Hibernians AOH Division 4 brought their recipes and appetite for chili to a cookoff Saturday in Northport. Updated with winners. Fire Department Bracket 1 Centerport FD – Jack Geffken, cook 2 Halesite FD – Kate Deegan, cook 3 Northport FD – Tony Read More …

Rotary Club Raises Funds With Taste of the Town

The Rotary Club raised funds for local nonprofits Thursday night with its annual Taste of the Town featuring foods and drinks from Huntington restaurants and gifts from other businesses. A variety of steak, tacos, chicken, sushi, pastries, rolls, salads, pasta and other dishes were available, Read More …

African American Museum Draws Crowd of Supporters

Community leaders gathered Sunday to support the Huntington African American Museum, designed to both honor the past and plan for the future. “Welcome to the site of the next major cultural institution in Huntington,” attorney Barry Lites told the crowd, to applause. The fundraiser was Read More …