Programs, Safety Tips for April 8 Eclipse

Long Island won’t be squarely in the path of the rare total solar eclipse on April 8 but we’ll still see some effects. In New York, the eclipse will be best seen in the western part of the state. Meanwhile, libraries and other institutions are Read More …

Crime Fiction Author to Launch Book at Huntington Library

The Huntington Public Library will host the launch of author Reed Farrel Coleman’s 32nd novel, “Sleepless City,” the first novel in his new series. Coleman has written six in the late Robert Parker’s Jesse Stone. The author grew up in Brooklyn but lives in Long Read More …

Beyond the Books: What’s Happening at the Libraries

Public libraries have expanded well beyond books to serve residents of all ages. Today we look at the culinary and other food classes and advice available at some of the libraries around Huntington. Check with the libraries for availability and any residence requirements. South Huntington  Read More …

Lonardo, Rivera Top List of Tri-CYA Honorees

Tri-CYA will celebrate individuals and organizations for their work supporting young people in Huntington with a Hall of Honor on March 23. Pastor Daniel Rivera of the Huntington Assembly of God, Eliot Lonardo of SIgnature Premier Properties, Jack & Jill of America, and the South Read More …

Wanted: Harassment, Theft Charges

Suffolk County police are seeking the public’s help to identify  several people. Police say a woman who grabbed a man and broke his cell phone in Huntington Station. A man and woman engaged in a verbal dispute regarding a parking spot in the parking lot Read More …

Holiday Highlights: Fine Art Fair, Cookie Exchange

The Art League of Long Island has booked its 57th annual holiday fine art and craft fair for this weekend. On display will be works of pottery, woodcraft, clothing, glass jewelry, toys and more. The show at the league,  107 East Deer Park Road, Dix Read More …

Votes on Library Trustees, Budgets

Tuesday is library election day, with budgets and some trustee positions open. Check with your library for further details. Huntington Public Library The Huntington Public Library will be asking for a 1 percent budget increase after two years of zero increases. The district bought the Read More …

Huntington Library Acquires Station Branch Building

The Huntington Public Library marked its official acquisition of the building housing its Station branch on Tuesday. Huntington Library Director Joanne Adam said the library had leased the first floor of the building at 1335 New York Ave., Huntington Station i 1998 and added the Read More …

At the Libraries: Borrowing Seeds for Home Gardens, Resident Survey

The South Huntington Public Library has a seed library that allows people to borrow packets of organic, non-GMO heirloom seeds for planting at home. Visit the Seed Library in the Adult Reference area on the main floor of the Library and choose up to five Read More …

Huntington Library to Switch to Curbside-Only

The Huntington Public Library will switch to curbside-only service Monday because of concerns about Covid-19. Both the Main Street main building and the Huntington Station branch will make the change. “We are doing this in the hopes that it will prevent us from closing altogether Read More …