Greenlawn Spruces Up With Paint, Plants and Fun

Greenlawn residents cleaned up the community Sunday and then brought their kids to Pickle Park for some games and fun. Volunteers moved mulch, painted and planted to spruce up the downtown area. Councilwoman Joan Cergol turned up at the Long Island Rail Road station to Read More …

Huntington Families Celebrate Earth Day

Huntington families celebrated Earth Day Saturday with demonstrations of beekeeping, water quality, paper shredding, a giveaway of saplings and more. Sponsored by Covanta and Starflower Experiences, Town Board members Joan Cergol and Sal Ferro, the celebration also offered  arts and crafts, garden planting, and face Read More …

Earth Day Features Family Day, Cleanup and Recycling Poster Contest

Huntington residents will be celebrating Huntington Family Earth Day at Manor Farm Saturday, cosponsored by council members Joan Cergol and Sal Ferro,  Covanta and Starflower Experiences. Events include a marine touch tank, supplied by Cornell Cooperative Extension, arts and crafts, garden planting, and face painting. Read More …

This Week: Earth Day Celebrations, Open Mic Night

Earth-Day events, blood drives, library activities, and pizza-making with the cops are some of the many activities this week around Huntington. Monday  Clear some of the shelves in your pantry and donate some nonperishables to Helping Hand Rescue Mission, 225 Broadway, Huntington Stations. Donations are Read More …

Donation Site to Set Up at Whitman Shops Parking Lot

GreenDrop, an organization that takes donations to fund charities,  will be setting up next week in a parking lot at Walt Whitman Shops, its first Long Island location. Janine Carruthers, director of community relations, said that the organization is partnering with Big Brothers Big Sisters and Read More …

Cleanups Around Huntington Mark Earth Day

A cool, sunny Earth Day brought out groups and individuals wanting to clean up their neighborhoods and brighten up Huntington a bit. Friends of Huntington Station Latin Quarter and Huntington Matters were back with their annual cleanup of Huntington Station, setting up shop on New Read More …