Op-Ed: Increase in Disabled Population Demands Housing Solutions

Let’s acknowledge the significant population of young adults with disabilities in the Town of Huntington, including those in the Half Hollow Hills and surrounding school districts. Despite their numbers, these individuals often lack a voice in the community. Many live with aging parents, creating a Read More …

Three Kings Day Celebration at St. Hugh’s

Families collected gifts Friday as part of a Three Kings Day celebration held at St. Hugh of Lincoln Church. Parents drove their cars into the church lot, where they received presents for their children, handed out by a variety of celebrities that included Santa Claus Read More …

Op-Ed: Many Need Help Year Round

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, numerous organizations are coming together to donate turkeys and essential food items to families facing economic hardships within our community. While these initiatives aim to bring comfort during the holiday season, it is imperative to recognize that many of the Read More …

Station’s Revitalization Committee Takes Up Work

The committee tasked with identifying projects for the Huntington Station Downtown Revitalization Initiative met in its inaugural session Monday to learn more about community needs as well as the limitations on what projects could pass state muster. In January, the state approved Huntington for a Read More …

Advocates Demand Solutions to Lack of Housing

Advocates sided pushed their demand Wednesday for more housing in Huntington, promising to put the issue front and center for elected officials. Pilar Moya Montera, executive director of Housing Help Inc., Hunter Gross, president of the Huntington Township Housing Coalition, and Richard Koubek, who has Read More …

Community Says Farewell to Second Precinct Commander

  Suffolk Police Commissioner Rodney K. Harrison joined Huntington leaders Monday night who gathered  to bid fond farewell to the Second Precinct commander, Inspector William Scrima, who has been promoted to a new job with the department. The popular Scrima, who has been in law Read More …