Election 2024: GOP Fundraisers; Avlon Opening Office

Democratic congressional candidate John Avlon will open a campaign office Sunday in East Northport. The former CNN figure, who hopes to unseat Republican US Rep. Nick LaLota in the 1st District, will open the office at 2090 East Jericho Turnpike. The grand opening is set Read More …

Bees, Composting, Music and More for Earth Day

 Huntington residents celebrated Earth Day Sunday, learning about bees, shredding paper, composting, and participating in a variety of other activities for adults and children alike. Earth Day, established in 1970, has become a global event, with festivals, tree plantings, awareness of animals, health and Read More …

Ferro Foundation Awards $25,000 to Farmingdale State

Farmingdale State College said it has been awarded a $25,000 gift from the Ferro Foundation, which will support its students and ncreased recruitment and retention efforts. Funding was secured by the Ferro Foundation through the Clark Gillies Foundation, in honor and memory of the many contributions Read More …

Marchers Celebrate With LI Pride Parade

Scores of people, including members of the Pride community, police officers, elected officials and candidates, teachers, doctors and families marched Sunday in celebration as the Long Island Pride parade returned to Huntington. Young and old joined the march along Main Street to Heckscher Park where Read More …

Huntington Honors the Fallen

Huntington honored those lost in military service to the country, with a laying of wreaths Sunday at Town Hall. Supervisor Ed Smyth, who served as a sergeant in the US Marine Corps Reserve, led the ceremony, which included a rifle salute, performance by the Northport Read More …

Ferro to Lead Workshop on Town’s Permit Portal

Huntington Town Councilman Sal Ferro will lead a workshop on how to use the town’s permit portal. The interactive morning presentation is scheduled for 11 a.m. until noon at the East Northport branch of the Northport-East Northport Library. The workshop will repeat at 7 p.m. Read More …

Second Town Board Vote OKs Oheka Condo Plan

The Huntington Town Board on Monday cleaned up the language of a resolution that approved Oheka Castle’s bid to add luxury condominiums. The approval had four yes votes, from Town Supervisor Ed Smyth, Gene Cook, Sal Ferro and Dr. David Bennardo, while Town Councilwoman Joan 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 …

Group Attacks Ferro Over Basement Apartment Proposal

The group Save Huntington Village has lambasted Councilman Sal Ferro, one of the sponsors of legislation to permit legal basement apartments again, in a flyer that shows rundown housing labeled as “Ferroville.” The flyer and a related email make accusations against Ferro that he fiercely Read More …

Basement Apartments on the Town Board Agenda

Three members of the Huntington Town Board plan to propose allowing basement apartments in owner-occupied houses at the board’s next meeting. Update: Council members Sal Ferro, Dr. Dave Bennardo and Joan Cergol are cosponsoring a resolution to schedule a public hearing that  would allow basement Read More …