Town Appoints Deputy Parks Director

The Town Board appointed Walter Edwards as deputy parks director at its meeting Tuesday. The vote was 3-2, with Gene Cook joining Democrats Mark Cuthbertson and Joan Cergol to approve Edwards, while Ed Smyth and Town Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci opposed his appointment. It was Read More …

Republicans Pick Smyth for Town Supervisor Race; Bennardo, Ferro on Ticket

Huntington Republicans announced late Friday night  that they had endorse Councilman Edmund Smyth for town supervisor, succeeding Chad Lupinacci, who said Friday afternoon he wouldn’t run again. Also on the Republican slate are retiring South Huntington superintendent Dr. David Bennardo and  Salvatore Ferro, CEO of Read More …

Cook Joins Supervisor Race; Lupinacci Condemns Poll

Updated: Town Councilman Gene Cook joined the race for supervisor Thursday night, saying that Huntington deserved the leadership he could provide. Previously an Independent who often voted with Republicans, Cook joined the party a few months ago after smaller parties lost their position on the Read More …

Report Clears Lupinacci But Says Investigation Was ‘Stymied’

A report  looking into personnel  issues, including allegations of sex harassment involving Supervisor Chad Lupinacci and an unidentified town employee, found  the allegations unsubstantiated. But the report also concluded that its author was “stymied in my attempts to uncover all the facts by what I Read More …

Huntington Republicans Name 2019 Nominees

The Huntington Republican Committee has announced its nominations for the next election. Newcomer Andre Sorrentino and incumbent Gene Cook won support for election to the Town Board, while  State Assemblyman Andrew Raia was chosen to succeed his long-serving mother, Jo-Ann Raia as town clerk nominee. Read More …