Ethics Office Lacks Some LIPA Lobbying Records

Huntington taxpayers could save a bundle under a State Senate bill that prevents LIPA from collecting back taxes should the utility win its challenge to the Northport power plant’s tax assessment. The State Senate easily passed the bill, S5122, during each of the last two Read More …

New Huntington Boutique Opens

Cynthia Ann Boutique, seller of kids clothing, hand-glittered glassware and wedding favors opened on Gerard Street in Huntington this month. The shop, founded by CEO/artisan Kia Johnson sells pre-made and personalized tutus ($10), shirts with hand-done vinyl decals ($14), tights ($12), and headbands ($5). She Read More …

Newsday Investigation Finds Extensive Housing Discrimination

An extensive Newsday investigation has found evidence of widespread discrimination in the real estate market against members of minority communities. Read More …

Schools: News Literacy in Elwood, Multicultural Night in Huntington

Howard Schneider, former editor of Newsday, and executive director of Stony Brook University’s Center for News Literacy, talked with Elwood teachers this week about understanding what information is trustworthy and what is not. Elwood Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kenneth Bossert invited Schneider to speak at  Read More …

Sponsored: Gene Cook Fights to Protect Our Quality of Life

Dear Editor, My name is Jim McGoldrick, a lifelong resident of Huntington Station, who’s been known to hold our elected leaders accountable as they were elected to protect Huntington and our quality of life.  Today, I want to thank Eugene Cook for doing just that.  Read More …

Democrats Attack Sorrentino Over Tax Liabilities

Updated Friday afternoon A Republican candidate for Town Board is acknowledging having had several tax liens totaling thousands of dollars against his business, while Democrats are circulating information about the liability and charging theft. The state liens and tax warrants were brought against Andre Sorrentino Read More …

New Vegan Market Cindysnacks Opens in Huntington

A new vegan market has opened in Huntington. Cindysnacks is a vegan market opened by couple John Stengel and Indiana Kay about a month ago. The name Cindysnacks comes from Kay’s nickname, Cindy, and the snacks she used to make when Stengel was first going Read More …

As Schools Reopen, New Leaders, Mandates

    Educators, parents and kids are out and about around Huntington, preparing for the start of school next week. Driving around town, you’ll see teams on practice fields, parents with kids in tow leaving stores with bundles of school supplies and bus drivers surveying Read More …

Shelf Life: Escape Pod Comics

Comics are for everyone. That’s the firm belief of Escape Pod Comics founder  Menachem Luchins.  Luchins discovered comics as a pre-teen. He dove in to the medium headfirst, and those comics were his passion until—well, until they weren’t. “I aged out of the most popular Read More …

3 Options for Fans of Fire Department Fairs and Parades

It’s summer and so fire department fairs are underway or just around the corner. If you love the fairs, here’s what you should know. Northport Fire Department Fair, located at Steers Ave and Clipper Dr, continues through Saturday. Steers Avenue training facility Time: 7:00 pm Read More …

Grand Opening at Board Game Cafe

Neil Goldberg, center, owner of the Main Street Board Game Cafe, family, friends and others cheer Thursday at the ribbon cutting marking the official opening of the new store. Members of the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce, Town Councilwoman Joan Cergol, and representatives of Town Read More …