Smyth, Catoggio Defend Relocation of Holiday Celebration

Huntington Supervisor Ed Smyth and Huntington Village Business Improvement District president Dominic Catoggio on Monday defended the decision to move the holiday parade to Heckscher Park. In the last two years, the holiday celebration had occurred on Wall Street, which was welcomed by some and Read More …

Town Trash Pickup Schedules Altered Around Holidays

Tuesday-Friday trash pickup in Huntington  is just Tuesday this week as the town marks Veterans Day. On Friday, collection is canceled  and won’t be rescheduled. Instead, residents on a Tuesday/Friday schedule can put out two days worth of trash on Tuesday, Nov.15. During Thanksgiving week, Read More …

Huntington Boat Parade Set for Nov. 25

The Huntington Lighthouse boat parade featuring vessels decorated for the holidays will return on Nov. 25. Boats will parade around Huntington Harbor, and can be viewed from several points, including from behind the Halesite Fire Department and from Gold Star Beach. Prizes will be awarded Read More …

Huntington Holiday Parade Returns on Nov. 26

UPDATED: The Christmas tree and celebration has been restored to Wall Street. Please see Northwell Funding Helps Move Holiday Spectacular Back to Wall Street. Northwell Funding Helps Move Holiday Spectacular Back to Wall Street Earlier The holiday parade will return to Huntington on Nov.26  but Read More …

Holiday Food Donation Campaign Gets Underway

Island Harvest Food Bank kicked off its annual Turkey and Trimmings collection campaign on Tuesday. The annual food collection helps Long Islanders in need enjoy a holiday-style meal. Randi Shubin Dresner, president and CEO of Island Harvest,said that the food bank forecasts a demand for Read More …

Halloween a Hit on Main Street

A family of Incredibles showed up.  So did Empire stormtroopers, Pickachu, several cows, a Harborfields football player, Catwoman and dozens of other characters, all part of the Halloween parade in downtown Huntington on Monday. Supervisor Ed Smyth dressed as the football player to honor the Read More …

Trick or Treaters Pack Broadway in Greenlawn

Trick or treaters thronged Broadway in Greenlawn Saturday afternoon. Kids and adults alike in costumes  including princesses and superheroes, cows, dragons and dinosaurs, firefighters,and Harry Potter characters, stopped by participating shops and were rewarded with handfuls of candy. They were also able to check out Read More …

Crowd Raises Funds for Turkey Giveaway

About 300 residents gathered Thursday night to support a fundraiser for the Sorrentino family’s Thanksgiving turkey giveaway. The donors met for food and drinks at the Dix Hills Fire Department. Elected leaders, including Town Supervisor Ed Smyth, Town Council members Joan Cergol and Dr. David Read More …

Tour Explores Huntington’s Haunted History

Ghouls, witches, and historical figures with tales to tell turned out at Huntington Town Hall Thursday as Town Clerk Andrew Raia opened the archives to visitors. All Hallow’s Month at the “Hauntington” Town Clerk’s Archives provided guided tours exploring Huntington’s haunted history. The tours were  Read More …

Water All Around at Eatons Neck Fourth of July Parade

Few of those who participated or watched the Fourth of July parade in Eatons Neck emerged completely dry Monday. And that’s the way they wanted it, as nearly everyone joined in the joyful mobile water fight as the parade moved from the Eatons Neck Fire Read More …

Celebrating the Fourth Around Huntington

The Eaton’s Neck Fire Department will host its Fourth of July parade Monday at 10 a.m., starting at the fire department and winding its way down to Prices Bend Beach. Be prepared to get soaked: children of all ages spray, and get sprayed by, those Read More …

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 …