Schools: Gingerbread Houses; Blue Devils Beat Wildcats

Huntington High School’s National Honor Society chapter hosted a gingerbread house contest Saturday at the high school. Younger students from the district participated in the event, which included hot cocoa and a movie.   Huntington Beats Whitman The Blue Devils beat Walt Whitman Friday night, Read More …

Schools: Pre-School Reading; Captains Named

Dawn Valle has been named director of math, science, technology and federal grants for the Elwood School District. She had served since 2014 as assistant principal at Elwood Middle School. Valle previously worked as a principal for the New York City Department of Education, an Read More …

Schools: New Athletic Directors; Construction Projects Underway

New athletic directors have been named by the Huntington and South Huntington school districts. Huntington named James Hoops, who has worked for the district for more than 37 years, to succeed Georgia McCarthy, while South Huntington appointed David Barth, succeeding Dr. Jim Wright. Both Wright Read More …

Providers Bring COVID-19 Vaccine to Behavioral Health Community

When it comes to protecting friends and family, the Covid-19 pandemic has caused serious concern, especially among those diagnosed with mental illnesses and substance use disorders. Family Service League and Genoa Healthcare have stepped in to aid their clients in getting access to the COVID-19 Read More …

Huntington Installs New Bike-Sharing Program

To promote sustainable and green transportation, the Town of Huntington launched a new bike-sharing program  Wednesday with PedalShare as part of the Suffolk County Bike Share Program.  After a difficult year of dealing with the pandemic, Town Supervisor Chad Lupinacci said he hopes the new Read More …

Jan. 15 Deadline for Grant Funding Through CARES Act

Huntington  Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci is reminding businesses about the Jan. 15 deadline to apply for Community Development Block Grant Coronavirus (CDBG-CV) funding available under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Securities Act. “Businesses with fewer than 50 full-time employees are eligible for up to Read More …

New Huntington Boutique Opens

Cynthia Ann Boutique, seller of kids clothing, hand-glittered glassware and wedding favors opened on Gerard Street in Huntington this month. The shop, founded by CEO/artisan Kia Johnson sells pre-made and personalized tutus ($10), shirts with hand-done vinyl decals ($14), tights ($12), and headbands ($5). She Read More …

Halloween Comes to Main Street in Hauntington

Residents of all ages came out for an informal parade and trick-or-treating Thursday in Huntington Village, escaping the rain but not the strong winds. Elected officials, including Supervisor Chad Lupinacci, Town Councilwoman Joan Cergol, who was dressed to look like Rosie the Riveter, and Receiver Read More …