Quiet Fourth of July Expected, With Pools, Beaches Open

The Covid-19 epidemic has canceled parades and fireworks displays for the Fourth of July hoiday this year but there are some other options available. Huntington will open the Dix Hills pool starting Friday for limited days and hours for residents who have made reservations Pool visitors Read More …

Suffolk Buses to Resume Front-Door Boarding

Front-door boarding and fare collection will return to Suffolk County Transit buses, the county announced Monday. Passengers are still required to wear face coverings,  per Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s executive order, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone said. Protective barriers have been installed on all Suffolk Read More …

Coronavirus Update: Donation to Hospital; Summer Food Programs

As some school lunch programs come to an end for the summer, other options are available to those in need. The Huntington school district has posted the following list of food banks and pantries and their schedules. In addition, our calendar shows places, times and Read More …

State to Probe Covid-19 Cluster From Westchester Graduation Ceremony

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Saturday directed the State Department of Health to investigate the potential COVID-19 exposure at a high school graduation ceremony in Westchester County after an individual who had recently traveled to Florida and attended the ceremony later began showing symptoms and Read More …

Crazy Socks Masks Support Healthcare; Big Donation to First Responders

  Johns Crazy  Socks is donating 10 percent of proceeds from the sale of  its themed face masks to the American Nurses Foundation’s Coronavirus Response and  Good Samaritan Hospital Coronavirus Relief Fund. The masks have these themes:       Grateful        We Read More …