Swastika Burned Into Grass at Crescent Beach Park

Suffolk County police are investigating the appearance of a swastika that was apparently burned into a grassy area at Crescent Beach Town Park in Huntington on Sunday. A park employee reported finding the damage Sunday about 7:15 p.m. Suffolk detectives are asking anyone with information Read More …

‘Smokey Joe’s Cafe’ Leads Return to Stage at Engeman Theater

Ticket sales resumed Monday at the Engeman Theater, as it announced its first full lineup of shows since the shutdown forced by the Covid-19 epidemic. Shows will begin in September. Co-owner and producing artistic director Richard Dolce said, “After more than a year of darkness, Read More …

Oyster Gardening Kicks Off as Summer Season Begins

As the summer season gets underway, the Oyster Bay/Cold Spring Harbor Protection Committee is eagerly anticipating families to start gardening tens of thousands of oysters in the harbor.  Every year, hundreds of volunteers including students, scouts, church groups, garden members, and families come to raise Read More …

South Huntington Schools to Honor Bennardo at Retirement

The South Huntington school board  has scheduled a retirement party Monday for  Dr. David  Bennardo, who is retiring as superintendent of the district after nine years. The celebration will run from 6 -8 p.m., starting with a ceremony in the Performing Arts Center at WaltWhitman High Read More …

Concert in Huntington to Commemorate Harry Chapin

Long Island Cares is commemorating the 40th anniversary of the death of singer-songwriter Harry Chapin, with a “Wild About Harry” concert series. Members of the Chapin family,  featuring Tom Chapin, Jen Chapin, and the Chapin sisters, will perform Friday from the Chapin Rainbow Stage in Read More …

Wanted: 2 Sought in Beating of Basketball Coach

 Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Suffolk County Police Second Precinct Crime Section officers are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the men who harassed a youth basketball coach in Huntington Station last week. Two men punched and kicked a coach at Next Read More …

Town Board Schedules Public Hearings

The Huntington Town Board has scheduled the following public hearings for July 13, the first in-person meeting since the Covid-19 shutdown in 2020. Topics include junk cars, traffic signal changes, parking spaces,  action on blighted houses, The board will meet at Town Hall at 2p.m. Read More …