Community Band Plans Series of Performances

The Huntington Community Band plans five concerts this summer at Heckscher Park. The series of concerts starts July 3 with Spirit of America, featuring our country’s music from throughout the years. July 10, the band will perform music from the stage and screen. July 17, Read More …

Friends, Family Mourn Woman Who Died After Giving Birth to Twins

Friends and family are mourning a Huntington woman who died Saturday, just hours after giving birth to twins. Andrea Termotto, 35, underwent an emergency c-section at Katz Women’s Hospital in Manhasset, giving birth Friday to the twins, said Sara Arahovitis, sister to Termotto’s wife, Rabbi Read More …

State Issues Air Quality Alert for Long Island

The state Department of Environmental Conservation issued an air quality health advisory Monday for Long Island. The pollutant of concern is ozone. Suffolk County Health Commissioner Dr. Gregson Pigott advises that all residents, especially young children, seniors, those who exercise outdoors, and those with pre-existing Read More …

Op-Ed: Increase in Disabled Population Demands Housing Solutions

Let’s acknowledge the significant population of young adults with disabilities in the Town of Huntington, including those in the Half Hollow Hills and surrounding school districts. Despite their numbers, these individuals often lack a voice in the community. Many live with aging parents, creating a Read More …

Suffolk Close-Up: Bans on Gas-Powered Leaf Blowers Advance

The Village of Southampton has become the first municipality on Long Island to completely ban the use of gas-powered leaf blowers. The new law is a model in part for a bill that Huntington Town Councilmen Dave Bennardo and Salvatore Ferro plan to advance with Read More …

Parades, Wreaths Mark Memorial Day in Huntington

Veterans, firefighters, community groups and others marched in parades around Huntington Monday to mark Memorial Day. Most of the ceremonies went off before the heavy rains came Monday afternoon. Elected officials scattered across town, to view or participate in parades  in Elwood, East Northport, Centerport, Read More …

Huntington Honors Those Lost in Wars

The Town of Huntington honored those killed in wars at a wreath-laying ceremony Sunday at Town Hall’s Veterans Plaza. The ceremony in the packed plaza was a reminder that the Monday’s holiday commemorates those lost in war, and is distinct from Veterans Day, when all Read More …

Greenlawn Wiffle Ball Tournament to Fund Charities

The Greenlawn Civic Association and the St. Vincent de Paul Society are inviting residents to join in a charity wiffle ball  tournament on June 15. Proceeds benefit outreach efforts of  the society and the GCA, helping to fund their annual scholarships and provide food and Read More …