County Buys Development Rights to Tilden Lane Farm

Development rights for Tilden Lane Farm in Greenlawn have been acquired by Suffolk County, Huntington Councilman Mark Cuthbertson announced Thursday. The farm has been operating since 1793. That acquistion means that the property will continue to operate as a privately owned farm but nothing else. Read More …

Berland Working to Return to Suffolk Legislature

Susan Berland, the Suffolk County Legislature majority leader, is seeking re-election for the 16 th legislative district. She said she has the right mix of compassion and fiscal responsibility to lead the district through the recovery from the pandemic and other challenges impacting the region. Read More …

Juici Opens in Greenlawn

A new shop featuring salads, wraps, juices, some vegan options and other healthy food choices opened this week in Greenlawn. Juici’s, an independent store at 97B Broadway, Greenlawn, was founded by Harborfields grad Stephanie Bouchard. She plans for the store to be open seven days a Read More …

Kevin Orelli’s Fight to Keep Fixing the Roads

     Huntington Highway Superintendent Kevin Orelli is campaigning for another term in office, fighting a fierce challenge by Republican Andre Sorrentino.      The quality of the roads in Huntington has been an issue for years, and Orelli points to a lack of financial Read More …

2 More Candidate Forums Scheduled

The Huntington branch of the NAACP will host an in-person candidates forum Thursday. The forum is scheduled for 6-9 pm at the South Huntington Public Library. Early voting opens Saturday for the Nov. 2 election. Two Town Board seats are open, while three people are Read More …

Jets Name Whitman’s Rosa Coach of the Week

Whitman football coach Robin Rosa has been named high school coach of the week by the New York Jets. Rosa will receive a monetary award of $1,000 to benefit the school’s football program. In addition, Rosa will be invited to attend the New York Jets Read More …

Schramm Has Plans for Town Board Role

Joe Schramm, 67, is a Democrat running for a seat on the Town Board. He has run a marketing company for more than two decades. Having lived in Northport for years, he says he is acquainted with the issues and problems that face residents and Read More …

Supervisor Candidates to Meet in Online Forum on Environmental Topics

The three candidates competing to become Huntington’s next town supervisor will meet Wednesday online to debate environmental and sustainability issues. The forum, hosted by the New York League of Conservation Voters Education Fund, will feature Democrat Rebecca Sanin, Republican Ed Smyth and independent Gene Cook. Read More …

Fire Departments Schedule Hearings for Budget Review

Fire departments are hosting public hearings this week and next to review their budgets for the 2022 year. Here is the schedule of hearings, as posted on the Town of Huntington page: Cold Spring Harbor Tuesday, 7 pm, at the firehouse   2022 ADOPTED PROPOSED Read More …

Flags at Half Staff on Town Properties to Honor Gen. Powell

Huntington Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci directed that all flags on town properties be flown at half-staff on Tuesdat to honor former Secretary of State Colin Powell, who passed away on Monday.  “Colin Powell was a widely respected patriot, born in Harlem to Jamaican immigrants, and Read More …

Huntington Goes Pink in Breast Cancer Fight

Huntington Councilman Mark Cuthbertson and other town officials  partnered Monday with Pink Aid to highlight breast cancer and the need for awareness of the disease. The town and Pink Aid have placed 54 pink and white flags on Main Street and New York Avenue to Read More …

Campaign 2021: Cuthbertson Endorsements, Bontempi Fundraiser

Town Councilman Mark Cuthbertson, who is running for the Suffolk County Legislative 18th District seat, has picked up a hefty number of endorsements of his campaign. He  was endorsed by the Sierra Club, the Long Island Federation of Labor, Planned Parenthood, the Faculty Association of Read More …