Town of Huntington Adds Newsletter

The Town of Huntington launched a newsletter Friday detailing coming events, highlights of the previous month, a list of government meetings and more. It was emailed out Friday afternoon, and is also viewable at https://huntingtonny.gov/newsletter “We have been hard at work over the last seven Read More …

How To: Register a Landscaping Business

Anyone wanting to run a commercial landscaping business in Huntington must register with the Town of Huntington for a permit. There’s a non-refundable fee of $50, which includes a decal for the first vehicle. To apply by mail, send a completed and signed Landscape Registration Read More …

Homeowners Get Added Time for Superstorm Sandy Tax Exemption

Homeowners will have longer to apply for a tax exemption on renovations resulting from the 2012 Superstorm Sandy, under a bill signed Wednesday by Gov. Kathy Hochul. The new deadline to apply is March 1, 2024. The extension grows out of a surge in construction Read More …

Huntington Man Charged With Hate Crime in Vandalism of Zeldin Sign

A Huntington man was arrested Tuesday and charged with a hate crime after a sign for Republican gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin was vandalized and marked with a swastika. Hate Crimes Unit detectives arrested Vincent J. Mckie, 41, outside his home on Oakwood Road and charged Read More …

Hochul, Zeldin Win Primaries for Governor

US Rep. Lee Zeldin won the Republican gubernatorial nomination Tuesday, while Gov. Kathy Hochul easily captured the Democratic nomination. Zeldin defeated a full roster of Republican opponents: Rob Astorino, a former Westchester County executive, Andrew Giuliani, son of former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, Read More …

Voters to Choose Gubernatorial, State Assembly Candidates

Tuesday is primary day, though voting in the state’s bifurcated primary system has been going on for two weeks. On the ballot are candidates for governor and lieutenant governor, and the state Assembly. Democrats: Gov. Kathy Hochul, who stepped into the job when Gov. Andrew Read More …

Manor Field Spray Park to Open Next Week

Huntington will open another spray park next week, this one at Manor Field Park. The Manor Field Spray Park, with 4,950 square feet in area with 2,520 square feet of active play, features push-button technology for efficient water use. The spray park’s sports theme includes Read More …

Schramm Named to County LGBTQ Board

Joe Schramm, a Northport resident and business owner, has been named to the new LGBTQ+ Advisory Board by Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone. Schramm was also elected vice chairman. The purpose of the board is to serve as advisers to county officials on Suffolk LGBTQ+ Read More …

Town Board Honors Doctor Who Saved Man at Airport

The Huntington Town Board recognized Dr. Jason Kreiner Tuesday for his having helped save a man who had collapsed at a Florida airport in April. Kreiner is a Dix Hills resident and an NYU Langone pain management specialist. He and two MTA officers went into action Read More …

Huntington Town Board Rescinds ‘Glamping’ Provision

The Huntington Town Board voted Tuesday to rescind a provision of town law that had permitted overnight use of campgrounds. Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts had planned to allow for up to 70 tents placed in its wooded areas and rented to adults during Read More …

Town Board Hearing to Reconsider ‘Glamping’ Amendment

The Huntington Town Board will consider amending the law Tuesday that permits  overnight “glamping” on campgrounds. Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts ran into a buzzsaw of neighborhood opposition after it proposed allowing adults to use its site in off hours. Adults would have been Read More …