Northport Celebrates Second Pridefest

 Northport continued its Pride celebration Saturday with Pridefest events and activities in the Village Park. Vendors, organizations offering their support to the lgbtqia+ community, music and more filled the park. People, booths, children and even dogs were festooned with the colors of the rainbow Read More …

Voters in 8 Districts to Decide on School Trustees, Budgets

Voters in the eight public school districts of Huntington will go to the polls Tuesday to select members of their Boards of Education as well as determine the fate of proposed budgets. Many of the elections are relatively low key, with few or no contested Read More …

Ray Maloney Dies; Served as Northport Firefighter

Raymond C. Maloney died Wednesday at age 85. He served in the Northport Fire Department and other Northport organizations, including many organizations including American Legion Post #694 and the Northport-East Northport Kiwanis Club. Maloney was the husband for 37 years of the late Patricia (Patti) Read More …

Dough & Co. to Open Second Shop in Northport

Dough & Co., Pizza, which has won a reputation for great pizza in Huntington, is expanding into a second location in Northport. It is moving into a 2,463-foot space at 1014 Fort Salonga Road, previously taken by Regalo Trattoria and Pizza Bar. “We are excited Read More …

Update: PSEG Reports Outages; Trees Down Around Huntington

  About 60 customers lost power Wednesday as a rain and high winds swept through the area. There were multiple reports of trees down around Huntington, including Eaton’s Neck, Greenlawn, Centerport, Huntington, Melville, and Northport. PSEG-LI said it was investigating the outages. Outages were also Read More …

1653 Foundation Names First Executive Director

The 1653 Foundation said Tuesday that Don Tesoriero has been appointed as its first executive director. Tesoriero has more than 35 years experience in business, communications and municipal service in both the private and public sectors in the region. He serves as the assistant to Read More …

Northport Voters Choose Weber, Boziwick

Northport voters chose challenger Richard Boziwick and incumbent trustee Dave Weber Jr. Tuesday in  the  election for two Village Board seats. Trustee Ernie Pucillo  finished a distant third. Weber and Boziwick will serve four-year terms. Boziwick has served on the village planning board for more Read More …

Northport to Host Pridefest in June

Pridefest in the Park will return to Northport June 15 with a festival and exhibit at the Northport Historical Museum. Northport Mayor Donna Koch will kick off off Pride Month with a flag-raising ceremony in front of Village Hall  at noon May 31. The event Read More …

Northport Village Court Closed by Resignations

The Northport Village Court is closed until further notice after two court clerks quit. The issue was first reported by Michael DeSantis at Northport Patch. News12 reported that Mayor Donna Koch said of the two court clerks,  “they left for better-paying jobs, which I think Read More …

Lewis Oliver Farm Sanctuary Looking to Add Staff

Lewis Oliver Farm Sanctuary in Northport is hosting Santa Claus today as it welcomes visitors who come to see the rescued animals that live there. But the holiday celebration comes at a time that the organization operating the animal sanctuary is eager to find the Read More …