Voters in 8 Districts to Decide on School Trustees, Budgets

Voters in the eight public school districts of Huntington will go to the polls Tuesday to select members of their Boards of Education as well as determine the fate of proposed budgets. Many of the elections are relatively low key, with few or no contested Read More …

Players Collect Donations to Stock Food Banks

 High school football teams collected food donations Sunday at supermarkets around Huntington. Players from Huntington, Northport, Harborfields and Elwood John Glenn accepted donations, both food and money, from shoppers at three Stop & Shop stores and Greenlawn Farms, in a drive organized by Councilman Read More …

Athletes to Team Up to Collect Donations for Food Pantries

Football players from four local high schools will be running food drives Oct. 15 to benefit food pantries. Huntington Director of Minority Affairs Kevin Thorbourne is organizing the supermarket food drive. The drive will include a friendly competition among the teams. Last year’s winner was Read More …

Northport Beats Huntington 6-0 in Girls Soccer

Northport beat Huntington 6-0 Friday in gils soccer. Midfielder Alexa  Meinen (17) scored two goals for the Tigers, who boosted their record to 6-1. Mairead Gayer, Marryn Gruhn, Lili Romano and Sarah Winnegar scored one each for Northport. Goalie Reese Rinaldi had 15 saves for Read More …

Schools: New Principal at Elwood; Student Wins Scholarship

Corey McNamara became principal of Elwood-John H. Glenn High School, effective this week. He succeeds Carisa Burzynski, who became the new assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction for the Babylon School District. McNamara previously served as John Glenn’s assistant principal since July 2018. He previously Read More …

Updated: Condo Catches Fire in Centerport

  A condo at Courtyard Circle in Centerport caught fire Monday afternoon, eyewitnesses said. Firefighters from Centerport, Huntington, Halesite, Greenlawn and Melville were among the units that responded. Rob Schwartz, founder of the Bald Eagles of Centerport group, said he noted that three young eagles 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 …

School Budgets Pass; Most Incumbents Returned to Office

Voters approved school budgets, often by wide margins, and incumbent Board of Education trustees did well in voting Tuesday. One exception was Cold Spring Harbor, which ousted its school board president. South Huntington re-elected board president Nick Ciappetta and elected newcomer William Biangasso, both to Read More …

Huntington Native Is the One-Man Band Behind Bauer’s Brew

Bauer’s Brew, a Long Island coffee company run by Huntington native Mike Bauer, is celebrating its one-year anniversary this month.  As a successful entrepreneur and coffee enthusiast, Bauer travels from Long Island to Queens to formulate cold brew and coffee grounds. Originally only making cold 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 …