Huntington Voters Went for Biden Over Trump

Huntington voters chose former Vice President Joe Biden over President Donald Trump by 11,000 votes, according to final numbers released this week. The final count put the race at 63,448 votes for Biden to 52,399 for Trump. Suffolk County gave Trump the edge, however, by Read More …

Cirigliano Named Deputy Public Safety Director

Joseph Cirigliano was appointed deputy director of Huntington’s public safety department Tuesday night. He will lead the office after Public Safety Director Peter Sammis resigned  Monday over a vulgar email he wrote about female town employee. Cirigliano was first named deputy director in October, coming Read More …

Officials Want Utility to Provide Power Plant Emissions Report

Local officials said Friday that LIPA is required to submit emissions reports on the Northport power plant but has failed to do so. They are demanding action to protect the community’s well-being. Read More …

Gaughran Sworn in as State Senator

State Sen, Jim Gaughran was sworn into office  Sunday night by Gov. Andrew Cuomo at the Engeman Theater in Northport. “I am humbled and honored to represent our district in the State Senate,” Gaughran said. “I am excited for the opportunity to help end the Read More …

Anti-Kavanaugh Rally Held in Huntington

A crowd  gathered in Huntington Wednesday evening to support victims of sexual assault and as part of a nationwide day of action to protest the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court. Demonstrators held signs that said “Defend decency – Stop Kavanaugh” Read More …

Civic Association Hosts ‘Meet the Candidates’ Night

Candidates for local, county and state offices came out Thursday night for a  forum at the South Huntington Public Library. The South Huntington-Huntington Station Civic Association hosted the event, one of several such forums before the elections on Nov.6. Kicking off the event was Jim Read More …