Polar Plunge to Raise Funds for Special Olympics

Huntington residents are invited to join a polar plunge Dec.11 to raise funds for Special Olympics athletes. Participants will line up on the sands of Frank P. Petrone Crab Meadow Beach and then head into the cold waters. “The Polar Plunge is a great way Read More …

Town Board Votes Down Parking Meter Plan

To cheers. the Town Board voted to remove a proposal to add parking meters to municipal parking lots from the 2023 budget Thursday night. Officials who supported the meter plan said it would have brought at least $1 million of revenue to the town and Read More …

Marker Honors Booker T. Washington for His Time in Huntington

A marker honoring Booker T. Washngton went up in Huntington Monday, honoring  the educator and civil rights leader who once lived in Huntington. The marker was placed outside Finley’s of Green Street, which sits on a lot where Washington had owned a  house in  1914-15 Read More …

Huntington Station Unveils a Welcome Sign

  A sign welcoming people to Huntington Station was unveiled Wednesday on New York Avenue, part of efforts by the Huntington Station Business Improvement District to beautify the area. Elected officials praised the organization and president Frank Cosentino for their work. Town Supervisor Ed Smyth Read More …

Spada Named to Huntington Drug Task Force

Members of the Huntington Town Board appointed former maritime director Dom Spada to the opioid and addiction task force on Tuesday. The appointment, sponsored by Councilman Gene Cook, was approved 4-1 with no comment; Councilwoman Joan Cergol opposed it. Spada resigned as town maritime director Read More …

Runner Launches Marathon Series in Huntington

Ultra-runner Eva Casale kicked off her sixth year of completing seven marathons in seven days with a flag-waving sendoff from Town Hall on Sunday. Casale will run a different course each day, throughout Long Island before wrapping up the series in her hometown of Glen Read More …

La Campania Restaurant Reopens

La Campania Pizza and Pasta restaurant drew a crowd for its grand reopening Saturday in Huntington. Walter Edwards and partners reopened the restaurant at  235 Broadway and are offering a wide variety of dishes, including seafood, pizza, veal, pasta, soups, chicken, eggplant, salads and more. Read More …

Huntington’s New Town Board to Convene

Two new councilmen and a new supervisor will take their places on the dais Tuesday afternoon when the Huntington Town Board convenes in the first public meeting of the new year. Supervisor Ed Smyth, most recently a town councilman, and former South Huntington School Superintendent Read More …