LIU Collaboration Boosts Huntington Thrift Shop

Students from Long Island University’s Fashion Merchandising & Management program are getting a start on their careers while benefiting a thrift shop in Huntington. The Community Thrift Shop, at  345 Main St., takes gently used or new clothing and home goods, with sales benefiting the Read More …

Atlantique Shop Opens in West Hill

Atlantique opened its showroom of live-edge furniture and other distinctive wooden furniture designs Saturday in West Hills. Owner Nancy Krass has run Atlantique for years, specializing in restoration of antique furniture. Her new shop, at 741a West Jericho Turnpike, features newly created works, ranging from Read More …

Op-Ed: Public Hearings on LIPA ‘Solar Tax’

The Long Island Power Authority will hold public hearings  Monday on what is being called a “solar tax” by solar power advocates. LIPA is following up on a plan by the New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) to require solar energy customers to pay what Read More …

Ex-Heli Sport Store Available for Rent

The former Heli Sport store at 308 New York Ave., Huntington is listed for rent at $4,310 a month. The 2,614 square foot lot at street level offers 1,478 square feet of space. It went on the market this week. The space includes floor-to-ceiling windows Read More …

James Warns Against Deceptive Marketing Offers

Attorney General Letitia James has issued an alert to New Yorkers reminding them to be careful with marketing offers that may unwittingly result in recurring charges. Known as negative option marketing, the offers come in several forms. Each contains a term or condition under which Read More …

New Melville Restaurant Puts Cheese Front and Center

At this new restaurant in Melville, you’ll definitely get cheese  with that. Two young Long Islanders have opened Cheezly’s, a restaurant built around cheese as the main ingredient. Jim Christiano and Cody Kilroy opened the drive-through Cheezly’s last month at 606 Broadhollow Road, Melville. “We Read More …

On Land and Sea, Parades and Other Holiday Celebrations

The holiday season is fast approaching, with boat and street parades, road runs, Menorah and Christmas tree lightings, the arrival of Santa and more. The Huntington Holiday Spectacular gets underway Nov. 27 on Wall Street and continues through Jan. 2, featuring music, lights and some surprises.  Read More …

Fundraiser Boosts Successor to Book Revue

The owner of a book store planned for downtown Huntington as a successor to the Book Revue has launched a fundraising campaign to make her dream come true. Mallory Braun, 28, a former manager at the Book Revue, wants to launch The Next Chapter, with Read More …