State Awards $10 Million for Huntington Station Revitalization

Huntington was awarded $10 million Tuesday by the state for downtown Huntington Station revitalization. State and local officials announced the award, one of three communities on Long Island to receive money from the sixth round of the Downtown Revitalization Initiative. Lindenhurst and Long Beach got Read More …

Public Session Set on Melville Development Proposal

The second “listening session” on the potential development in Melville is scheduled for Thursday. Known as the Melville Employment Center, the proposal goes back to the Petrone administration, and involves land use and zoning, including office/employment uses, industrial, residential, and mixed uses and open space, Read More …

Patriarch of Centerport’s Famed Eagle Family Dies

A male eagle who, with his mate captured the attention of people around the world, died early Friday morning, the Bald Eagles of Centerport group said on Facebook. The bird, affectionally known as Dad, was an estimated 14 or 15 years old, and had fathered Read More …

National Grid to Outline Northport Main Street Pipeline Project

National Grid will be explaining its plan to replace gas lines on Main Street at meeting set for Thusday evening. Starting Jan..3 and running until May, the utility will be replacing the gas main pipeline on Main Street between Church Street and Woodbine Avenue. The Read More …

Artistic Third-Graders Honored by Suffolk County

Maplewood Intermediate School third-graders whose ornaments are adorning a Christmas tree at the White House, were recognized Friday by Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone. The South Huntington students, whose work was chosen to represent New York State, received individual ertificates and a county proclamation. The Read More …

Public Session to Examine Development Proposal in Melville

The Huntington Town Board and the Long Island Association are hosting a “listening session” Thursday night on potential development of part of Melville. The session, scheduled for 6 p.m. at Bank of America, 300 Broadhollow Road, will review the “Melville Employment Center,” a proposal to Read More …

Dowling Named Top Healthcare Leader in U.S.

Michael Dowling, president and CEO of Northwell Health, has been named the country’s most influential healthcare leader by Modern Healthcare magazine. The publication announced its annual list of the “100 Most Influential People in Healthcare” in its Dec. 5 issue. Modern Healthcare’s ranking is determined Read More …

Turkey Trot, Parades and More Light Up Long Holiday Weekend

The holiday season in Huntington begins in earnest this extended weekend, with turkey trots, Christmas tree lightings, parades and more. On Wednesday, There’s a viewing of  the classic “Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” at 7 p.m. at the South Huntington Library, for cardholders grades 6-12. Thursday morning, Read More …

Bedlam Street Bash to Recall Cold Spring Harbor History

The Whaling Museum and Education Center is planning a Bedlam Street Bash, to celebrate Cold Spring Harbor’s past. Food, drink, and other activities will form part of the event, scheduled for Dec. 1, harking back to the area’s whaling days in the 1850s when Main Read More …

Veterans Honored With Ceremony in Greenlawn

Veterans Day was marked Friday in Greenlawn with the American Legion, firefighters, Scouts and others saluting those who have served throughout the decades in the American military. Several organizations stepped forward to place wreaths at Greenlawn Memorial Park hosted by American Legion Post 1244. In Read More …

Tours to Teach About America’s First African American Poet, Who Was Enslaved in Huntington

The Town of Huntington is the birthplace of the United States’ first published African American poet, and Preservation Long Island is determined for local residents to know his name: Jupiter Hammon. That’s why the nonprofit organization, dedicated to preserving and educating about Long Island history, Read More …

Kiosks to Add Digital Map Service to Town Parking Lots

`Three town parking lots could soon be getting kiosks with digital map information through a grant from Suffolk County. The kiosks would display directions to businesses from the parking lots at Elm and Main Streets, from New and Green Streets and from Gerard Street. The Read More …