Family Says School District Suspected Drugs When Girl Fell Ill From Allergy

A Half Hollow Hills family whose daughter suffered an allergic reaction to peanuts while attending her junior prom say adults on scene accused her of  using drugs. Arianna Varghese, 17, said her throat closed up after she took a bite of a cookie at the Read More …

Heckscher to Begin Program to Lend Artworks to Residents

The Heckscher Museum of Art is launching a program this summer to lend out some of its artwork to residents on a short-term basis. The [email protected] program is co-sponsored by the Town of Huntington’s Cultural Affairs Department. The home program began at the onset of Read More …

Hunting-Tony Nominees Chosen

Councilmembers Joan Cergol and Dr. Dave Bennardo announced the 13th Annual Hunting-Tony Awards nominees in a live broadcast on Monday, May 1, from the Town Board room at Huntington Town Hall. The Hunting-Tony Awards, also known as the “Hunting-Tonys,” celebrate the fall plays and spring Read More …

Luxury Senior Housing Plan Wins Tax Breaks

A proposal to build luxury rental housing for seniors in Commack was awarded tax breaks last week by the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency, Newsday reported. B2K Development wants to put 86 townhouses on a 7.2-acre vacant lot opposite the Hamlet Golf & Country Club.  Read More …

New Trees for Arbor Day at Park in Commack

A newly planted tree got some extra attention Friday as town officials marked Arbor Month under overcast skies at Sunshine Acres Park in Commack. Huntington Supervisor Ed Smyth, with the help of four students from Commack, Tax Receiver Jillian Guthman and Covanta employees tamped down Read More …

Gay Pride Parade Returning to Huntington

A gay pride parade and festival will return to Huntington in June, six years after the event moved to Long Beach. Huntington Supervisor Ed Smyth said that the parade on June 11 would march along Gerard Street to Main Street to Heckscher Park where the Read More …

Applications Available for Northridge Units

Applications are available now through May 28 for three newly constructed workforce housing rental units in Huntington Station. Priority will be given to applicants who are residents of; are employed by a business or entity that maintains a verifiable physical location within the Town of Read More …

Real Estate: 90+ Days and Waiting

The Stafford House at 10 Auserehl Ct., Huntington, was built in 1932. It has been on the market for 94 days and is listed for $4.325 million. It has12 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms with 12,355 square feet of living space; herringbone floors, a three-story limestone staircase Read More …

Director Named at Gurwin’s Fountaingate Gardens

John P. Mastacciuola has been appointed executive director of Fountaingate Gardens, Gurwin Healthcare System said Friday. Gurwin’s new 129-apartment luxury Independent Living Community is located on a  36-acre Commack campus. He  manages all day-to-day operations for the  senior living Life Plan Community, which is designed Read More …