Legislators Recognize 3 as Women of Distinction

Suffolk County legislators representing Huntington have named three residents as Women of Distinction. In the 18th District, Legislator William “Doc” Spencer honored the Rev. Kim Gambino for her work at Helping Hand Rescue Mission feeding, clothing and otherwise supporting families in need. Hundreds of families Read More …

‘Donate Life’ Flag Flies Over Huntington to Encourage Organ Donations

A ‘Donate Life’ flag was raised at the Village Green in Huntington Thursday to celebrate and encourage organ and tissue donations. Councilman Mark Cuthbertson led others at a press conference to boost the rate of organ and tissue donations in New York State, which has  Read More …

Interfaith Gathering to Celebrate Life of Dr. King

Interfaith leaders and organizations will gather Jan. 17 for a virtual celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and a discussion about healing racial divisions on Long Island. The  program is an interfaith service that will focus this year on the response Read More …

2020: A Ray of Hope in Epidemic’s Dark, Early Days

It could have been so easy. Select a phone app, order a few pizzas for the staff at Huntington Hospital and be done with it.  But no. Theresa Sullivan went the harder route, aided by hundreds of other residents eager to help those confronting the Read More …

Good Deeds: Food Donations, Knitted Dolls, Toy Drive

Individuals and organizations have been working hard this year to help their fellow residents cope with the Covid-19 epidemic and the economic fallout. Here are just a few highlights of Huntington residents helping others. The Friends of Huntington Station Latin Quarter, with the help of Read More …

2 Fundraising Campaigns Underway for Families Displaced by Fires

Fundraising campaigns are running for two families that have recently lost everything to fires in their homes. A GoFundMe campaign has been set up to a Huntington Station family of six who lost their home to a fire on Dec.4. Kaila McCoy, her partner  Caprice  Read More …

Officials Caution Residents Against Drunk, Distracted Driving

Huntington officials reminded residents Monday to drive safely by avoiding drunken or distracted driving.  Town Councilman Mark Cuthbertson, Supervisor Chad Lupinacci, Town Councilman Ed Smyth, Suffolk Police Second Precinct commander William Scrima and friends and relatives of a woman killed by a drunk driver in Read More …

League to Honor Civic Contributions, Voting Efforts

The League of Women Voters  of Huntington plans to recognize several organizations for their civic contributions and get out the vote effforts. Throughout next week, the league will present plaques or certificates of appreciation to: Connoisseur Radio Paramount Theater Five Towns College Cinema Arts The Read More …