Eaton’s Neck 4th of July Parade to Go On, Minus Hosings

The Fourth of July parade will go on in Eaton’s Neck this year but without the customary spraying of hoses and tossing of water balloons. This year, the parade will step off at 10 a.m. from the Eaton’s Neck Fire Department to Price’s Bend Beach, Read More …

Fire Departments, Police Units Practice Medical Evacuations

The Eaton’s Neck Fire Department and the Suffolk County Police Department’s Aviation Section hosted a joint drill Saturday on medical evacuations at the Hobart Beach parking lot. Members from the Northport, Centerport, Greenlawn, Dix Hills, Cold Spring Harbor  Halesite  Huntington Manor Fire Departments joined with Read More …

Eaton’s Neck Fire Department Swears In New Officers

The Eaton’s Neck Fire Department recently swore in its new line officers. Sworn in were: Chief of the Department: John Pokorny 1st Assistant Chief: Michael Pinto 2nd Assistant Chief: Robert Ryan Fire Captains: Gregory Atkins and Gary B. Schwartz Rescue Captain: Andrew Reid Fire Police Read More …

Fourth of July: Safety Tips, Concerts and a Water-Soaked Parade

Huntington kicked off the long Fourth of July weekend on Friday, with warnings to boaters about the need for safe practices as a large number of watercraft are expected to turn out. Supervisor Ed Smyth said boat speed in Huntington Harbor would be reduced to Read More …

Roy Beach, 96, Dies; World War II Navy Veteran

Firematic services are scheduled Thursday night for Roy Beach, a World War II veteran and lifelong member of the Levittown and Eaton’s Neck Fire Departments. The Navy veteran, who was 96, died Oct. 1. Visitation at the Nolan Funeral Home Thursday from 2-5 and 7-9 Read More …

Water All Around at Eatons Neck Fourth of July Parade

Few of those who participated or watched the Fourth of July parade in Eatons Neck emerged completely dry Monday. And that’s the way they wanted it, as nearly everyone joined in the joyful mobile water fight as the parade moved from the Eatons Neck Fire Read More …

Let the 4th’s Festivities Begin

Firefighters from every department in Huntington, Coast Guard members, women dressed as suffragists,veterans, people commemorating the 50th anniversary of the the Moon landing, a duck and scores of people equipped and spoiling for a water fight walked, waddled  or watched the Eaton’s Neck Fourth of Read More …