Group Walks to Support Drug Recovery

Family and friends gathered Saturday at Heckscher Park to mourn the lost those lost to drug use and support those in recovery. Dr. Jeffrey L. Reynolds, president and chief executive officer of Family and Children’s Association. led the event, encouraging and commending those who in Read More …

Football Teams Take Up Rivalry to Collect for Food Pantries

HIgh school football teams will be competing Sunday, not on the gridiron but on the grounds of grocery stores around Huntington. Organized by Kevin Thorbourne, director of minority affairs for the Town of Huntington, and Town Councilman Sal Ferro, the teams will compete to collect Read More …

Northport Beats Huntington 6-0 in Girls Soccer

Northport beat Huntington 6-0 Friday in gils soccer. Midfielder Alexa  Meinen (17) scored two goals for the Tigers, who boosted their record to 6-1. Mairead Gayer, Marryn Gruhn, Lili Romano and Sarah Winnegar scored one each for Northport. Goalie Reese Rinaldi had 15 saves for Read More …

Wellness Walk for Recovery at Heckscher Park

A  “Wellness Walk for Recovery” will set at Heckscher Park at 11 a.m. Saturday as part of  National Recovery Month. September is designated to increase opioid awareness, celebrate those who are living in recovery and encourage people to seek help with drug problems. National Recovery Read More …

Whitman Grad Finds Her Role as Scenic Artist

Before finding a job posting, Lindsy Tortorice didn’t know that a career as a scenic artist was even  possible. A crucial part of many good plays is the sets the actors are acting upon.  Scenic artists are people who take the designs from the set Read More …

‘Personal Information’ Accessed in Suffolk County Cyberattack

Suffolk County is warning residents that “personal information” has been accessed by hackers who attacked the county’s computer system two weeks ago, and is advising people to track their accounts and credit reports. “While the cyber assessment remains ongoing, we believe that the threat actors Read More …

Field & Stream Store to Convert to Public Lands Brand

The Field & Stream store in Melville will become a  Public Lands store on Oct. 21. Part of the Dick’s Sporting Goods company, the Public Lands brand emphasizes outdoor sports and activities, while de-emphasizing hunting. As part of the rebranding, the store will participate in Read More …

Organizations Boost Food Drive, Backpack Collection

PSEG-LI said Thursday that it had raised the equivalent of 42,616 meals through its Power to Feed Long Island campaign. At an announcement in Melville, the company said that  14,897 pounds of food was collected at the six sites, along with $13,367 collected online and Read More …

Rocky Horror, Kids Films on Cinema Arts Schedule for October

The Cinema Arts Centre of Huntington has announced its October schedule of events, including Halloween-themed film screenings,screenings of cult favorites from VHS, film and discussion programs, celebrity appearances, family friendly films and influential silent films. Read More …

Schools: Perfect AP Scores, Help for Athletes

Two students at Half Hollow Hills  East earned perfect scores on Advanced Placement exams, the school district has announced. Colin Campbell and Alice Wang earned the scores in the spring, scoring every point possible on an AP exam. Campbell was one of only 306 students Read More …