Covid-19 State of Emergency Ends Thursday

New York’s state of emergency will end Thursday, after nearly 15 months of executive orders  designed to respond to the Covid-19 crisis and affecting nearly all walks of life. Under emergency powers granted Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, executive orders  covered events from the operation of Read More …

Couple Blames Suffolk Water Authority for $7,000 in Damage

A Huntington couple has been hit with a $7,000 bill for damages that they say was caused by a work crew from the Suffolk County Water Authority. Mike Conforti, who moved to the Woodbury Road home in February,  said the crew was finishing up work Read More …

Engeman Theater in Northport Set to Reopen July 10

The John W. Engeman Theater in Northport will open its doors to the public on July 10, beginning a series of performances that will last throughout the summer, and marking the first time the venue will host a performance since March of 2020. Tickets are  Read More …

3 Arrested at Big Kahuna Bar on Liquor Law, Town Code Violations

Three people, including the owner, were arrested at the Big Kahuna Bar and  Grill Saturday morning. Suffolk County police, the New York State Liquor Authority, Huntington Town Fire Marshal, Huntington Town Code Enforcement Bureau officers and Huntington Town Public Safety officers, inspected  the Big Kahuna Read More …

Melville Estate, With Helicopter Pad, Selling for $7.9 Million

If you’re looking for a way to avoid road traffic, a property for sale in Melville might provide the solution. The luxury home at 18 Gwynne Road, on 2.3acres overlooking the area, offers a private FAA -recognized heliport. It is listed at $7.9 million. The Read More …