Huntington Businesses Celebrate at Seaside Soiree

Representatives of many Huntington businesses that fought through the Covid-19 epidemic to survive took part Tuesday in the Seaside Soiree, an annual Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce event at Crab Meadow Beach in Northport. The evening was an opportunity for chamber members, business leaders, and Read More …

Op-Ed: It’s Time to End Subminimum Wage for Disabled Workers

How would you respond if you knew that there were as many as 400,000 people in the United States paid less than minimum wage simply because they have a disability? How would you feel if you were told that the minimum wage laws did not Read More …

Voting With Their Feet–Congressmen Getting Socks Pitching Unity

Two Long Island congressmen, Tom Suozzi, a Huntington Democrat, and  Andrew Garbarino, a Massapequa Republican, are pitching the value of bipartisanship, starting with their feet. The two congressmen toured  the John’s Crazy Socks warehouse in Melville on Tuesday and checked out unity-themed crew socks  with Read More …

Town Board Honors John’s Crazy Socks

The Huntington Town Board congratulated the founders of John’s Crazy Socks, which was cited recently as a winner of a national accounting firm’s Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.  The Melville company was founded two years ago by Huntington residents Mark X. Cronin and his son, Read More …

John’s Crazy Socks Offers Scholarship to Those on Autism Spectrum

John’s Crazy Socks is sponsoring a $3,000 scholarship for those on the autism spectrum to use at a college or trade school. John Cronin, a young man with Down Syndrome who founded John’s Crazy Socks with his father, said, “We want this scholarship to show Read More …

Hiring: John’s Crazy Socks, Habitech Design

Several companies around Huntington are in hiring mode. Here are a few this week. John’s Crazy Socks will be recruiting at the Huntington Opportunity Resource Center on Thursday at 1 p.m. The company is seeking to fill 20 seasonal openings and two permanent positions. “We Read More …

Huntington Man to Testify Before House Committee

John Cronin, who has made a national name for himself marketing his John’s Crazy Socks, will testify before the U.S. House Committee on Small Business on Wednesday. Cronin, who has Down Syndrome, and his father, Mark, will speak on the hearing titled “Ready, Willing, and Able Read More …