National Night Out Celebration Set for Aug. 2

Huntington will celebrate National Night Out on Aug.2 with food, music and backpack and other  giveaways at Manor Field Park. As part of the celebration, hours will be extended at the new spray park. The event is co-sponsored by Council Dave Bennardo and the Huntington Read More …

Town Board Approves Athletic Programs

The Huntington Town Board voted Tuesday to approve several contracts for athletic events this summer and fall. Approved were: An agreement with the Suffolk County Police Athletic League for a soccer program at Manor FIeld Park from Sept. 12-Nov. 30, on Mondays and Wednesdays from Read More …

Town Board Adds Petrone’s Name to Crab Meadow Beach

The Huntington Town Board voted Tuesday to add the name of former Supervisor Frank Petrone to Crab Meadow Beach. Petrone, who served as supervisor for 24 years,  was lauded for numerous contributions, including improving the town’s fiscal status, creation of the Environmental Open Space and Read More …

Happening in Huntington: Firemen’s Fair, Board Meetings

Monday The Northport Firemen’s Fair gets underway Monday night at Steers Beach, starting at 7 p.m.  through Saturday. Games, rides and general fun. Tuesday The Town Board meets at 2 p.m. for its monthly session. The public can attend the meeting in person or watch Read More …

Town Board Honors Doctor Who Saved Man at Airport

The Huntington Town Board recognized Dr. Jason Kreiner Tuesday for his having helped save a man who had collapsed at a Florida airport in April. Kreiner is a Dix Hills resident and an NYU Langone pain management specialist. He and two MTA officers went into action Read More …

Huntington Town Board Rescinds ‘Glamping’ Provision

The Huntington Town Board voted Tuesday to rescind a provision of town law that had permitted overnight use of campgrounds. Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts had planned to allow for up to 70 tents placed in its wooded areas and rented to adults during Read More …

Board Schedules Public Hearing on Law’s ‘Glamping’ Provision

The Huntington Town Board voted Tuesday to schedule a public hearing on ending permission for campgrounds to offer overnight “glamping.” The hearing is scheduled for the June 14Town Board meeting. The Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts had applied to allow up to 70 tents Read More …

Schools: Computer Champs, National Merit Finalist at Elwood

Members of the Half Hollow Hills East Computer Club competed in the Quinnipiac University Hybrid Computer Programming Contest, where the team of Daniel Salkinder, Mark Shapiro and Alice Wang finished first out of 30 teams, solving five problems. The team of Ryan Rudes, Arav Chand Read More …

Resident Campaigns for Improvements at Huntington Station Park

A resident is campaigning to win support for improvements of a park in Huntington Station. The Town Board is expected to consider a bond to spend up to $1.2 million that would improve conditions of Alfred Walker Memorial Park on West 11th Street. Amaru Jones, Read More …

Town Board to Vote on Scheduling Public Hearings

The Huntington Town Board is expected to vote Tuesday on the scheduling of several public hearings, including: To consider the increase and improvement of facilities of the Dix Hills Water District, at the estimated maximum cost of $1,040,000. To consider the increase and improvement of Read More …

Town Board to Take Up Contracts, Appointments

The Huntington Town Board convenes Tuesday night to consider several actions, including the appointment of a deputy maritime director and the awarding of contracts for storm cleanup. Marcus Pitts of Looks Great Services, said his company is challenging a decision to award any of the Read More …