Deputy Named to Engineering Department After Cuthbertson Tries Title Swap

He didn’t succeed, but Huntington Town Councilman Mark Cuthbertson did his best Tuesday night to rearrange the hierarchy in the town’s engineering services department. When the board took up the appointment of James J. Ahrens as deputy director of engineering services for the town, Cuthbertson Read More …

Huntington Tulip Festival Activities Set for May 5

The 19th annual Huntington Tulip Festival has been scheduled and it comes with two days worth of great events. On Friday, May 3, the Tulip Festival sponsor’s reception at the Heckscher Museum of Art will begin at 6 p.m. and elected officials will present awards Read More …

Students Nominated for Hunting-Tony Awards

High school students from across Huntington were nominated this week for Hunting-Tony Awards for their performances. The ninth annual Hunting-Tony Awards will culminate in a red-carpet ceremony at the Engeman Theater on June 3. The Hunting-Tonys, sponsored by town councilmembers Mark Cuthbertson and Joan Cergol, Read More …

Town Breaks Ground on Veterans Housing Project

  Officials and veterans broke ground Tuesday on a project that will provide 14 units of owner-occupied, low-cost housing for military veterans. The Columbia Terrace project, on the west side of Lowndes Avenue near Columbia and Railroad Streets in Huntington Station, is expected to be Read More …