Huntington Commemorates Those Lost to Wars

Memorial Day parades went off around Huntington Monday, bringing together veterans, Scouts, bands and firefighters to honor service members lost to war. In downtown Huntington, Supervisor Ed Smyth, accompanied by Highway Department Superintendent Andre Sorrentino, presided over a parade that featured bands from Huntington and Read More …

Memorial Day Weekend Filled With Road Races, Parades and Commemorations

Memorial Day weekend, honoring American service members lost in wars, kicks off Saturday with the 15th and final running of the 4-mile I Did the Grid road race in East Northport. Named for Cpl. Christopher Scherer, who was killed in Iraq in 2007, the races Read More …

Wreaths, Parades to Mark Memorial Day in Huntington

Memorial Day weekend in Huntington will be filled with commemorations and parades. The Town of Huntington of Huntington will lead off the salutes with a laying of wreaths at Town Hall at noon. Wreaths will be placed at monuments for both world wars, the Korea Read More …

Town to Co-Host Celebration of Eid

The Town of Huntington will co-host a celebration of Eid al-Fitr, marking the end of the Muslim holiday of Ramadan, Friday at Town Hall. Supervisor Ed Smyth and Town Clerk Andrew Raia will co-host a cultural celebration of Eid  at 4:30 pm. “We join Huntington’s Pakistani, Read More …

St. Patrick’s Parade Returns to Huntington

Irish pride was on full display Sunday afternoon as pipe bands, elected officials, dancers and others came out to celebrate the 88th annual St. Patrick’s parade in downtown Huntington. A year after the Covid-19 epidemic led to the cancellation of the parade in 2021, residents, Read More …

St. Patrick’s Parade Set to Return Sunday to Huntington

The last time bagpipes were skirling and Irish eyes were smiling on Main Street in Huntington for St. Patrick’s Day was March 8, 2020. Because of the Covid-19 epidemic, last year’s parade was virtual. But Sunday, the marchers and music will be back for the Read More …

Presidents Day to Cancel Mail Delivery, Close Government Offices

Most government offices, including Huntington Town Hall, are closed Monday in honor of Presidents  Day. The financial markets, most banks and some business  offices are closed for the federal holiday, while students take the week off for winter break. Mail delivery is also canceled for Read More …

Toy Giveaway in Huntington Station Marks Three Kings Day

Volunteers handed out gifts to children at St. Hugh of Lincoln Church Thursday to celebrate Three Kings Day. The event was hosted by Housing Help Inc., with the help of several other organizations, including Suffolk Police Second Precinct.  Commissioner Rodney K. Harrison and Deputy Commissioner Read More …

Schools: Students Celebrate the Holidays With Good Deeds

Fifth graders in Marsha McLeod’s class at Elwood’s James H. Boyd Intermediate School selected St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital as their charity to support for the holiday season. They researched a variety of charities, then voted as a class on the most deserving charity and Read More …