Northport Notes: Dowling Talk; Hash-Tasting Event in Park

Michael Dowling, president and CEO of Northwell Health,  will discuss his book “Leading Through a Pandemic,” via Zoom on Sunday May 16 at 2 p.m.  Reserve a  free spot. Northwell, the health system that cared for more COVID-19 patients than any other in the United Read More …

Northport Museum to Celebrate Reopening With Exhibit on Immigrants

After 14 months, the Northport Historical Society museum will reopen June 2 to the public, followed June 6 by a gala and opening reception for its exhibit that celebrates immigrants and their impact on the community. The exhibit is entitled Immigrants of Northport and East Read More …

Schools: Foundation Donations, Impressive Haircuts

The Huntington Foundation for Excellence in Education has donated nearly $31,000 to the Huntington School District to fund six separate grants in five different buildings. Huntington school board members voted to accept the funds at a recent public meeting. The grants include: Teacher: Desire Lahoz/Woodhull Intermediate Read More …

Services Held for Artist Dylan Thompson, Who Fought Muscular Dystrophy

Services were held Thursday for Dylan P. Thompson who had fought Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy for years.  The Centerport resident died Monday at 27, according to a fundraising page dedicated to assisting the Parent Muscular Dystrophy Research Project. ” We lost a true fighter and an Read More …

Northport Notes: Main Street Walking Tour, Boating Safety

The Village of Northport is looking to hire seasonal laborers.  Applications can be uploaded to the Village’s website, www.northportny.gov, emailed to Village Clerk Amy Grandy at [email protected], or dropped off at Village Hall, 224 Main St., Northport.  Applications Walking Tours Return The Northport Historical Society’s Read More …

At the Libraries: Borrowing Seeds for Home Gardens, Resident Survey

The South Huntington Public Library has a seed library that allows people to borrow packets of organic, non-GMO heirloom seeds for planting at home. Visit the Seed Library in the Adult Reference area on the main floor of the Library and choose up to five Read More …

Volunteers, Businesses Organize to Feed Thousands Expected for Officer’s Funeral

Greenlawn volunteers and business owners are working together to provide food for the thousands of police officers and others expected to attend the funeral of NYPD Officer Anastasios Tsakos on Tuesday. The officer, who lived in East Northport, was killed by a driver in Queens Read More …