Town, County Agree on $44-Million Sewer Project for Huntington Station

Suffolk County and Town of Huntington offficials signed an agreement Wednesday to spend $44 million to bring sewers to a portion of Huntington Station, part of  a long-awaited effort to revitalize the hamlet. A lack of sewers has often intefered with new development along Route Read More …

Town Board Gives Go-Ahead to Matinecock Court Housing

Matinecock Court in East Northport, a development of affordable apartments first  proposed 43 years ago, got the go-ahead Tuesday from the Huntington Town Board. The vote was 4-1 on the resolution proposed by Councilwoman Joan Cergol, and seconded by Mark Cuthbertson. Supervisor Chad Lupinacci and Read More …

Huntington Goes Pink in Breast Cancer Fight

Huntington Councilman Mark Cuthbertson and other town officials  partnered Monday with Pink Aid to highlight breast cancer and the need for awareness of the disease. The town and Pink Aid have placed 54 pink and white flags on Main Street and New York Avenue to Read More …

Zoning Proposal Sets Off Huntington Town Board Battle

A proposed change in downtown zoning rules that is scheduled for a public hearing Tuesday has provoked an uproar online and dueling press releases from members of the Town Board. Councilman Mark Cuthbertson announced that he will ask that the resolution he sponsored be removed Read More …

Huntington’s Summer Movie Schedule Set

Councilman Mark Cuthbertson and the Town of Huntington present the Summer 2021 drive-in movie schedule. There will be 6 movies, 4 of which will be shown at the Walt Whitman Shops; two others will be shown at Crab Meadow Beach. At the mall: Monday July Read More …

Meet and Greet; Schramm’s Plan

Stephanie Bontempi, Republican candidate for the Suffolk County 18th Legislative  seat, is hosting a casual meet and greet Thursday 5:30 -7:20 pm, at Off Broadway Sports Bar, Off Broadway Sports Bar, 3 Boulevard Ave, Greenlawn. The Schramm Plan Democratic Town Board candidate Joe Schramm is Read More …

Chick-Fil-A Plan Seeks to Avoid Traffic ‘Armageddon’

Representatives speaking on behalf of a planned Chick-Fil-A restaurant on East Jericho Turnpike say there’s a plan to prevent the traffic backups that have occurred regularly at another of restaurant in Commack. At a Huntington Town Board public hearing this week, Councilman Mark Cuthbertson at Read More …

Town Board Rejects 2 Candidates for Deputy Parks Director

Both candidates for deputy parks director were rejected by the Town Board at its meeting last week. Supervisor Chad Lupinacci’s resolution recommended Cable Todd Jamison for the job; the resolution failed, with Lupinacci and Councilman Ed Smyth voting for it; Democrats Mark Cuthbertson and Joan Read More …

Officials Caution Residents Against Drunk, Distracted Driving

Huntington officials reminded residents Monday to drive safely by avoiding drunken or distracted driving.  Town Councilman Mark Cuthbertson, Supervisor Chad Lupinacci, Town Councilman Ed Smyth, Suffolk Police Second Precinct commander William Scrima and friends and relatives of a woman killed by a drunk driver in Read More …

Movie, Beach Fun Postponed by Weather Forecast

Monday night’s movie, sandcastle contest and basketball competition are postponed until Wednesday because of the possibility of rain. The free movie is Hotel Transylvania 3 Summer Vacation, shown at Crab Meadow Beach. Gates open at 4 p.m. for the sandcastle contest, which is open to Read More …

Letter: Good Town Governance Requires Civility

To the Editor: In recent weeks certain Town officials took to social media to defend and clarify the administration’s position on the Huntington Farmer’s Market and the Huntington Lighthouse Preservation Society’s cancellation of the MusicFest. These posts, appearing on the Town’s governmental Facebook page and Read More …