16 Homes in Huntington Listed on ‘Halloween Spirit Map’

Sixteen homes have won spots on a map of houses decorated for Halloween. Another four out of town homes also were chosen for the “Halloween Spirit Map” that residents can use to locate and drive by to see outstanding Halloween themes. The Huntington home winners Read More …

Oh the Horror! Huntington Monster Maven’s Collection on Display

Greg Fasolino has skeletons in his closet, along with monsters, werewolves and other creepy collectibles from the 1960s and 1970s. And many of them are on display this month at the Huntington Public Library. A self-described monster maven, Fasolino has been collecting horror-themed monster models, Read More …

Spencer Sponsors Halloween Decorating Contest

Suffolk Legislator William “Doc” Spencer is sponsoring a Halloween decorating contest as an alternative to traditional trick or treating. Those who sign up to become part of the display and agree to appear on a  “Halloween Spirit Map”  will show off their lawns and houses Read More …

‘Hauntington’ Is Back for Halloween

The Huntington Town Board voted Wednesday night to again rename the town Hauntington for Halloween. The town first made the change last year, following a request last year from then 7-year-old Angelica Cunningham. This year, the Town Board welcomed Angelica and her family, presenting her Read More …

Halloween: Costume Parties and a Candlelight Tour

UPDATED with Festivus cancellation. The Halloween season means parties, costume contests and more. Here are some of the things happening around Huntington starting next week. Oct. 17: Spooky Candlelight Tour of the Walt Whitman Birthplace, with Whitman personator Darrel Blaine Ford. 6-8:30 p.m. Tickets at Read More …

‘Hauntington’ Costumers to Parade Wednesday

The  Children’s Halloween costume parade hosted by Councilman Mark Cuthbertson and Councilwoman Joan Cergol is set for Wednesday, Oct. 31 in downtown Huntington. Children of all ages (and their parents or guardians) are invited to dress in costume and walk in the parade.  Participants should meet in Read More …