Fundraising Campaign Set Up for ‘Voice of Long Island’

A fundraising campaign has been set up to assist Terry Bisogno, known as the “Voice of Long Island” for his work announcing hundreds of road races over the years. Bisogno has encountered serious medical problems, according to the campaign. He has announced many several races Read More …

Girls Find Route to Athletics Through Wrestling

The door to more athletic opportunities has been thrown open a little wider with the addition of girls wrestling teams this year at schools in Huntington. Four schools –John Glenn, Harborfields, Huntington and Walt Whitman–have combined to form  the TOH team. They will participate in Read More …

Schools: Huntington’s Math Society Inducts 52

Huntington High School’s chapter of Mu Alpha Theta, the national Math Honor Society,  inducted 52 new members last week. The ceremony marked the 26th annual induction since the founding of Huntington’s Nathan Hale chapter of Mu Alpha Theta. To be eligible for membership, students must Read More …

Police, Sheriff’s Deputies to Face Off in Charity Hockey Game

Suffolk police and sheriff’s deputies will face off in a hockey game Saturday to benefit the family of Kevin Meyer, an investigator for the Suffolk County district attorney’s office, who died in February. Suffolk County Sheriff Errol D. Toulon, Jr. will be among the Suffolk Read More …

4 Downtown Restaurants to Host ‘World Cup Tour’

Four Huntington restaurants will be hosting viewing parties as the World Cup gets underway on Sunday. The international soccer tournament, which is being played in Qatar, runs through Dec. 18. The four restaurants are Finley’s of Green Street, The Last Word, Vinoteka 46 and Mission Read More …

Huntington Honors Veterans With Inaugural ‘Army-Navy’ Game

    The Town of Huntington recognized veterans Saturday with a thriller “Army-Navy” high school football game won 27-26 by Harborfields. The  ceremony was designed as a remembrance of Fred Amore of East Northport. The  – Vietnam veteran, Purple Heart recipient and longest serving commander Read More …

Elwood Voters Reject New Turf Field

Elwood school district voters rejected a bond amendment Tuesday that would have added a turf field at the Elwood John Glenn High School, among other athletic field improvements. The vote was 751-499. If approved, the district would have spent $2.45 million to replace grass with Read More …

Carnival Fun Opens Whitman Homecoming Weekend

Walt Whitman High School got its homecoming weekend underway Friday with a carnival for district families and members of the South Huntington community. Performers from Zabo’s Circus, the opportunity to soak an adult by pouring water over their heads and a petting zoo were among Read More …

Football Teams Take Up Rivalry to Collect for Food Pantries

HIgh school football teams will be competing Sunday, not on the gridiron but on the grounds of grocery stores around Huntington. Organized by Kevin Thorbourne, director of minority affairs for the Town of Huntington, and Town Councilman Sal Ferro, the teams will compete to collect Read More …

Northport Beats Huntington 6-0 in Girls Soccer

Northport beat Huntington 6-0 Friday in gils soccer. Midfielder Alexa  Meinen (17) scored two goals for the Tigers, who boosted their record to 6-1. Mairead Gayer, Marryn Gruhn, Lili Romano and Sarah Winnegar scored one each for Northport. Goalie Reese Rinaldi had 15 saves for Read More …

Bruce, Simbassa Capture Cow Harbor Race

Biya Simbassa and Steph Bruce won their respective top spots Saturday in the Great Cow Harbor race, leading a field of 5,000 runners through the streets of Northport. The race also served as the national 10k championship for USA Track & Field for the first Read More …

Schools: New Principal at Elwood; Student Wins Scholarship

Corey McNamara became principal of Elwood-John H. Glenn High School, effective this week. He succeeds Carisa Burzynski, who became the new assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction for the Babylon School District. McNamara previously served as John Glenn’s assistant principal since July 2018. He previously Read More …

Local Students Start College Careers

The College of the Holy Cross welcomed 904 new Crusaders who are starting at the College this fall. The following local students will be part of the Class of 2026: Michael Callinan of Huntington Jack Noble of Huntington Olivia Perez of Northport Abigail Smith of Read More …