Schools: Turf Field Vote Scheduled; Food Workers Needed

Elwood school district voters will be asked to decide on amending a 2017 bond project to allow for a turf athletic field at Elwood-John H. Glenn HIgh School. The project, scheduled for a vote Oct. 18, 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., would cost an additional Read More …

Celebrities Turn Out at Oheka for Golf Classic

Golf, celebrities and a Great Gatsby theme filled Oheka Castle Sunday night for the start of a two-day golf classic event. The 1-800-LIQUORS Celebrity Golf Classic features a blackjack tournament, music, cigar lounge, fireworks, an auction/raffle, an awards ceremony and more. Michael Mak, president and Read More …

Pickleball Tournament Draws a Crowd

Players turned out Saturday for a lively mixed-doubles pickleball tournament at Sweet Hollow Park in Melville. PIckleball, which features play on a court similar to a badminton court, is a fast-growing sport that  has attracted players all over the country. The tournament was hosted by Read More …

Town Board Approves Athletic Programs

The Huntington Town Board voted Tuesday to approve several contracts for athletic events this summer and fall. Approved were: An agreement with the Suffolk County Police Athletic League for a soccer program at Manor FIeld Park from Sept. 12-Nov. 30, on Mondays and Wednesdays from Read More …

Beaches and Baseball Draw Huntington Residents

  A beach cleanup and a free baseball clinic brought out participants Saturday, who enjoyed the activities and the warm, sunny weather. Town Councilwoman Joan Cergol, who has led a series of beach cleanups this weekend, drew about 60 volunteers to spruce up Centerport Beach, Read More …

Northport Boys Beat Huntington, 12-6 in Semifinal

Northport defeated Huntington, 12-6 Thursday to take the boys lacrosse Suffolk Division I semifinal win. The Blue Devils scored first but Northport came back repeatedly to build a solid lead. Mike Meyer had four goals and four assists for the Tigers,Jack Deliberti had three, and Read More …

Dix Hills Ice Rink Renamed for Clark Gillies

The Dix Hills Ice Rink was officially renamed  Clark Gillies Arena Saturday in honor of the late legendary Islanders’ hockey star. The retired player and philanthropist, who lived in Greenlawn, died in January. He had served as captain of the Islanders from 1977 to 1979, and Read More …

Schools: Summer STEM Program; Lanyard Project for Pediatric Unit

SCOPE Education Services and the Huntington school district will offer a STEM summer enrichment program for students entering kindergarten through ninth grade. The program will run June 27 through July 22 with four periods of classes offered per day from 8:30 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. Read More …

Semi-Pro NY Hoop Dragons in Playoff Game Saturday

The semi-pro basketball team the New York Hoop Dragons will host the Camden Monarchs  for a playoff game Saturday in Dix Hills. The team is part of the American Basketball Association which follows a November-April schedule. The game is scheduled for 2 p.m. at Upper Read More …

Schools: Wildcat Sports Combine; Reparations Scholarships

The South Huntington School District Booster Club has partnered with Excel Sports Performance Academy for a sport-specific combine for middle  and high school athletes on April 10. The intent is to provide each athlete with professionally rated scores in individual performance events such as the Read More …

Schools: Wrestling Honor; Science Paper Competition

Northport sophomore Matthew Marlow, who was named the school’s first ever “Most Outstanding Wrestler” by Section XI for the Division I tournament. In addition to winning the 118lb. champion title, being selected as “Most Outstanding Wrestler” is a unique accomplishment that speaks to his overall Read More …