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 …

Groups Help With Food for Tri-CYA Kids

Community groups and a local supermarket chain responded to Councilwoman Joan Cergol’s call to help end summer hunger, providing food and donations to aid food-challenged youngsters who participate in programs sponsored by Huntington Tri-CYA.          Cergol issued the call earlier this month, Read More …

Parade, Fireworks and Warnings on Boat Safety for the Fourth of July

Fireworks and a parade are among the ways Huntington residents will be celebrating the Fourth of July on Wednesday. Meanwhile, public officials cautioned residents about boating safety, including temporarily reduced speeds and increased enforcement against intoxicated boaters. Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci, Councilwoman Joan Cergol and Read More …

New Eagle Scouts Recognized

Several new Eagle Scouts were honored recently by officials who presented proclamations  in recognition of their achievements. Suffolk County Legislator Susan A. Berland  presented a proclamation and 16th Legislative District Pin to Eagle Scout Nicholas Duchatellier, of Dix Hills, Boy Scout Troop 106’s newest Eagle Read More …

Huntington Parades Honor the Fallen

Across Huntington on Monday, bands, Scouts, firefighters, elected officials, veterans and more honored those lost in military service to the country. Memorial Day parades or commemorative services took place in downtown Huntington, Commack/Elwood, Centerport, East Northport, Greenlawn, Melville and Northport. Elected officials including Supervisor Chad Read More …