Town Offers Outdoor Holiday Decorating Contest

An outdoor holiday decorating contest is open in Huntington, with a variety of categories available. Residents and businesses   can enter the contest by submitting their entries and photos on the Town of Huntington website by  Dec. 6. http://www.huntingtonny.gov/holiday-decorating-contest  Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci and Councilman Mark Read More …

Extra Trains on LIRR for Early Start for Holiday

The Long Island Rail Road is running three additional trains from Penn Station to Hicksville/Huntington for customers getting an early start on Independence Day. The extra trains to Huntington depart Penn at 2:08pm   and2:29pm. An extra train to Hicksville leaves Penn at 3:24pm. The three Read More …

Holiday Changes Trash Pickup Schedule

Banks, schools and Post Offices are closed Monday for the celebration of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. And trash pickup for some residents is postponed. For those residents whose trash is picked up Mondays and Thursdays, collection is scheduled for Thursday only, though Read More …

Celebrating the Holidays With Big Display, Fundraiser

Santa and Mrs. Claus welcomed children at a huge holiday display in East Northport Friday night. James and Karissa Tomeo hosted the display as a fundraiser for Cohen Children’s Medical Center and as a way to remember James’ mother, Jacki. The display on the Tomeos’ Read More …

Put the Cookie Down: Keep Healthy Over the Holidays

  By MICHAEL GROSSO There are three ways to keep healthy over the holidays. Keep moving.  Find one or more ways to get exercise.  Even walking for a half hour a day confers significant benefits, improving cardiovascular health, making it easier to maintain a healthy Read More …

Postponed Holiday Display, Fundraiser Set for Friday

Elwood school board member James Tomeo and his wife, Karissa, have rescheduled their weather-postponed holiday display for Friday. (The arrival of a baby contributed, too.) Originally scheduled for last weekend, the display is now set for Friday from 5:30 to 9 p.m. as a way Read More …

Stern’s Office Collecting Toys for Children

Assemblyman Steve Stern invites residents to bring new, unwrapped toys to his District Office for donation to the TRI CYA Community Center and Family Service League, to brighten the holidays for children in the community. Every year, Project Toy provides parents the opportunity to “shop” Read More …