Huntington NAACP Celebrates the Holidays

The Huntington branch of the NAACP celebrated the holidays Thursday with a lineup of events that featured Suffolk County Sheriff Dr. Errol Toulon Jr. and a program of tips on public safety. Several  officials participated in the celebration, including Tax Receiver Jillian Guthman, Suffolk Legislator Read More …

Endorsements for Huntington Town Board, Suffolk Legislature

Candidates for election to town and county offices are collecting endorsements from individuals and organizations. Here are just a few endorsements as reported recently by candidates. Suffolk Legislature 16th District Legislator Manuel Esteban, Republican, Utility Workers Union of America, Local 393. Democrat Rebecca Sanin, running Read More …

Greenlawn Fire Department Kicks Off Four-Day Fair

The Greenlawn Fire Department kicked off its four-day fair Thursday night with a parade along Broadway-Greenlawn before turning into Boulevard Avenue and the packed fair at fire headquarters. Serving as grand marshal was George Kouroutis, who marched the parade along with his family.  Kouroutis used Read More …

Black History Celebrated With Music, Look Back at History

Students, church groups, educators, elected officials and others collaborated in an impressive Black History month celebration Thursday night that displayed young talent while evoking the voices of the past. The honorees were Irene Moore, chair of the African American Historic Designation Council, and retired Maj. Read More …

Three Kings Day Celebration Scheduled in Huntington Station

Huntington Assembly of God will host a Three Kings Day celebration on Thursday, sponsored by Housing Help Inc. The event will last from 4 to 6 p.m. Three Kings Day, or the Epiphany, is celebrated as by Christians as the day the three wise men Read More …

Greek Fest in Greenlawn a Celebration of Heritage

Saint Paraskevi Greek Orthodox Shrine Church wrapped up its weekend-long celebration of Greek heritage on Sunday, drawing thousands of people to Greenlawn. Rides, Greek food, music and dancing and vendors were among the highlights in the swirl of festivities. Elected officials joined in the celebration, Read More …

County Says Tech Attack Looks Like Ransomeware Effort

Updated: Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone said Tuesday that investigators have found malware in the county computer system with the “hallmarks of ransomeware but have not concluded that it is a ransomware attack.” The county’s system was hit by an attack Thursday, leading to a Read More …

Huntington’s Second Spray Park Opens

Huntington debuted its second spray park Friday, providing watery fun to residents from toddlers to two town councilmen, who decided to wrestle another official into the spray while kids frolicked in the water. Town Supervisor Ed Smyth presided over the grand opening and ribbon cutting Read More …

La Campania Restaurant Reopens

La Campania Pizza and Pasta restaurant drew a crowd for its grand reopening Saturday in Huntington. Walter Edwards and partners reopened the restaurant at  235 Broadway and are offering a wide variety of dishes, including seafood, pizza, veal, pasta, soups, chicken, eggplant, salads and more. Read More …

Drive Organized to Collect Supplies for Ukrainians

A Russian-American doctor, elected officials, activists and others kicked off an effort Thursday to collect supplies for Ukrainians suffering under the Russian invasion. US Rep. Tom Suozzi,  Suffolk Legis. Stephanie Bontempi,  Dr. David Buchin, MD, who is Russian-American, representatives from the Ukrainian Congress Committee of Read More …