Equipped Only With Courage, Fire Captain Rescued 3 From Blaze

It wasn’t exactly a routine fire, the kind of call that Capt. Mike Colonna of the Huntington Manor Fire Department has answered many times in his 28 years as a volunteer. His decision on how to respond wasn’t exactly textbook, either. When the fire was Read More …

Carnival Rides, Food and Fun at Fairs This Summer

Summer fun is back, with several festivals, street fairs and other events on the schedule. Here are a few of them. St. Anthony Feast and Festival St. Anthony of Padua Parish’s 2022 Family Feast & Festival will get underway Wednesday through Saturday Trinity Regional School, Read More …

Huntington Commemorates Those Lost to Wars

Memorial Day parades went off around Huntington Monday, bringing together veterans, Scouts, bands and firefighters to honor service members lost to war. In downtown Huntington, Supervisor Ed Smyth, accompanied by Highway Department Superintendent Andre Sorrentino, presided over a parade that featured bands from Huntington and Read More …

Huntington Woman Celebrates Centennial Milestone

Friends, family, firefighters and town officials and others helped Doris Marilyn Lessuck celebrated her 100th birthday Thursday, one day shy of her big day. The active Huntington resident is preparing to move to Arizona, after 69 years in the Mayo Avenue home, where she and Read More …

Fire Damages Home in West Hills

A fire seriously damaged a home on Hamilton Lane in West Hills Monday evening. Huntington Manor, Cold Spring Harbor and Huntington fire departments were on the scene, as was the Huntington Community First Aid Squad and Suffolk police. A witness reported seeing flames shooting through Read More …

Essay: Project HOPE’s COVID story of Mana in our Desert

Project HOPE always was and always will be a movement guided by the Holy Spirit. It began some 18 years ago because a group of teenaged volunteers heard a presentation about the hungry in our Huntington Station community and decided to do something about it. Read More …

Fire Departments Schedule Hearings for Budget Review

Fire departments are hosting public hearings this week and next to review their budgets for the 2022 year. Here is the schedule of hearings, as posted on the Town of Huntington page: Cold Spring Harbor Tuesday, 7 pm, at the firehouse   2022 ADOPTED PROPOSED Read More …

South Huntington Resident Uses Visual Storytelling to Educate, Share News

As graphics/multimedia editor for sports at The New York Times, Bedel Saget has not had many athletic competitions to cover over the last year. So the South Huntington resident has pitched in to help cover the two big news stories of the past 12 months: Read More …

Huntington Manor Fire District to Get New Security Cameras

The Huntington Manor Fire District will be upgrading security cameras at its buildings through a $90,000 grant procured by State Sen. Jim Gaughran. The new cameras are expected to be installed in the next three weeks around the exteriors of the three buildings and some Read More …

Referendum Tuesday on Selling Huntington Manor Fire Truck

Voters in the Huntington Manor Fire Department district will decide Tuesday whether to approve the sale of a 2005 pumper fire truck. Voting is scheduled for 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Huntington Manor Fire headquarters at 1650 New York Avenue, Huntington Station. The truck Read More …

Man Critically Injured Crossing New York Avenue

2nd update: A pedestrian crossing New York Avenue was hit by a car just north of West 11th Street Saturday night,  Suffolk County police and the Huntington Manor Fire Department said. Police said he was hit by a 1999 Honda CRV traveling south on New Read More …