Huntington Honors Veterans With Inaugural ‘Army-Navy’ Game

    The Town of Huntington recognized veterans Saturday with a thriller “Army-Navy” high school football game won 27-26 by Harborfields. The  ceremony was designed as a remembrance of Fred Amore of East Northport. The  – Vietnam veteran, Purple Heart recipient and longest serving commander Read More …

Schools: Artwork Donated; AP Scholars Named

A work by Andaluz the Artist was donated this week to Huntington High School. The Huntington artist said, “In celebration of Hispanic Heritage month Danny Rivera of Huntington Assembly, Friends of Huntington Station Latin Quarter Xavier Palacios and I teamed up to create this painting for Huntington Read More …

Schools: Elwood Bond Forum Scheduled

The Elwood school district has scheduled a community forum for Thursday to discuss the proposal to amend the 2017 bond to include a turf athletic field. The vote is scheduled for Oct. 18. Thursday’s forum is set for 7 p.m. at 15, at Elwood Middle Read More …

Schools: Tutoring Service, New Counseling Director

The Huntington school district is partnering with Paper.co to provide secondary school students and family members with unlimited access to tutors so every student can ask questions, work through problems and grow their confidence at no cost to families. Paper.co is an online, on-demand tutoring Read More …

Libraries Lining Up Summer Programming

The libraries in the Town of Huntington are gearing up for special programming during the summer. Here are just a few of the many events, classes, lectures and more that are happening in the coming weeks. Read More …

Schools: Summer Reading, Internship Program

  Summer Reading at Birchwood Students at Birchwood Intermediate School in the South Huntington district hauled away a selection of books to read this summer and beyond this week. Families were asked to bring a non-perishable food item to help stuff a bus to take Read More …

Hunting-Tonys Ceremony to Recognize Student Performers

Huntington Town Council members Joan Cergol and Dr. David Bennardo will host the 12th annual Hunting-Tony awards Monday, recognizing the top student productions and performances. The awards ceremony will take place at 7 p.m. at Huntington High School, with a red-carpet welcome that starts at Read More …

2 Harborfields Grads Launch Odd Jobs Business

Two college students who graduated from Harborfields High School last year have launched  a business doing odd jobs around the Huntington area. Carmelo Carbone and Nick Flynn established Community Cleanup, designed to help people with many kinds of odd jobs that are often too small Read More …

Schools: Outdoor Wrestling Tournament Scheduled

Vin Altebrando Outdoor Wrestling Festival The Vin Altebrando Outdoor Wrestling Festival returns June 18  at Walt Whitman High School. The event will have a DJ, raffles, and food.  Altebrando, the Whitman head wrestling coach, died in 2018. Photos.   PARP Play in Harborfields Washington Drive Read More …

Residents to Vote in Harborfields, Elwood

Elwood voters are being asked to approve a budget with a tax levy increase of 2.9%. The tax levy increase is below the district’s allowable tax levy of 3.4%. Two people are running for one spot with a three-year term on the Board of Education, Read More …

At the Library: Hatching Chicks, Star Wars Trivia

Public libraries are centers of activity for many residents, of all ages. Here are a few things you may have missed if you haven’t visited your library recently. Libraries are participating in the One Island, One Book launch. On May 1,  at 2 p.m., author Read More …

Schools: Soccer All American; County Champions

Walt Whitman High School senior Gianna Paul has been named to the United Soccer Coaches Fall High School Girls All American team with players from across the country. Paul was able to achieve this award with her academic performance and  soccer talent. Before playing soccer Read More …

Schools: Unified Bowling Team Wraps Up Second Season

Northport High School students recently completed their second year of unified bowling  at Larkfield Lanes. The team brings general education and special education students together for fun and friendly bowling matches. Sixteen high school students joined the team for the second season, with coaches Cassie Read More …