Community Says Farewell to Second Precinct Commander

  Suffolk Police Commissioner Rodney K. Harrison joined Huntington leaders Monday night who gathered  to bid fond farewell to the Second Precinct commander, Inspector William Scrima, who has been promoted to a new job with the department. The popular Scrima, who has been in law Read More …

Group Attacks Ferro Over Basement Apartment Proposal

The group Save Huntington Village has lambasted Councilman Sal Ferro, one of the sponsors of legislation to permit legal basement apartments again, in a flyer that shows rundown housing labeled as “Ferroville.” The flyer and a related email make accusations against Ferro that he fiercely Read More …

Councilmen Touring Huntington Small Businesses

Huntington Councilmen Sal Ferro and Dr. Dave Bennardo have launched a tour of Huntington township small businesses, planning to visit 100 of them. Both say the idea is to highlight the businesses that serve as the economic engine in town. Bennardo said they will visit Read More …

South Huntington Unveils School Food Pantry

The South Huntington school district unveiled itsl food pantry Tuesday at Walt Whitman High School with the help of school and town officials, students, Stop & Shop and the Wildcat mascot. The well-stocked Wildcat Pantry, which serves students and their families throughout the disttrict, was Read More …

Basement Apartments on the Town Board Agenda

Three members of the Huntington Town Board plan to propose allowing basement apartments in owner-occupied houses at the board’s next meeting. Update: Council members Sal Ferro, Dr. Dave Bennardo and Joan Cergol are cosponsoring a resolution to schedule a public hearing that  would allow basement Read More …

Huntington Adds Shade Trees to Senior Center Entranceway

Huntington officials on Monday celebrated the planting of 20 shade trees along the entranceway to the Flanagan Senior Center. The trees will also provide shade for a bus waiting area for seniors leaving the center “Keeping Huntington green is exactly what today’s tree planting effort Read More …

Firefighters on the March in East Northport

The East Northport Fire Department launched its annual firemen’s fair and parade Wednesday with a march up Larkfield Road. Firefighters from several departments joined the parade on foot or by truck, including a drum corps from Kings Park, and members of the Commack, Greenlawn, Northport, Read More …