Letter: Newspaper Report Contained Glaring Errors

Dear Editor: Update: The First Amendment protects the freedom of the press and with that freedom comes a responsibility to report facts, to back up reporting with credible sources — not anonymous hearsay — and to be truthful and fair in gathering information to produce Read More …

Town to Enforce Distancing Rules and Impose Fines

The Town of Huntington will enforce Gov. Cuomo’s social distancing rules, including the imposition of fines up to $1,000 for violations on town property. Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci said, “Our patrols cannot be at every one of the 100+ Town of Huntington parks and beaches Read More …

Updated: Huntington Public Safety Director Resigns

Huntington public safety director Peter Sammis resigned Monday night after his vulgar email about a female town employee came to the attention of Town Council member Joan Cergol.  Cergol and Mark Cuthbertson announced Sammis’s resignation at a press conference Tuesday morning that they called to Read More …

Safe Boating Week Gets Underway With Classes, Inspections

Huntington’s Safe Boating Week kicks off Saturday with boat inspections and a class on boating safety. The week of events is sponsored by the Town of Huntington and the Greater Huntington Council of Yacht and Boating Clubs. Supervisor Chad Lupinacci spoke Thursday about several steps Read More …

More Enforcement, Higher Fees for Downtown Parking

Access and cost are key issues as the Town of Huntington looks to solve its nagging downtown parking problems. By a 3-2 vote at its April 16 meeting, the Town Board approved a plan to increase parking rates. Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci and Town Councilmen Read More …

Lupinacci Details LIPA Fight, Warns of Cost of Loss

Supervisor Chad Lupinacci issued a letter to Huntington residents Friday night warning of the consequences if the Town of Huntington should lose its case against the Long Island Power Authority, and detailing the steps being taken to prevail against the utility. “These cases, which have Read More …

Local Eagle Scouts Celebrated by Elected Officals

Huntington officials welcomed several new Eagle Scouts at recent Court of Honors from Troops 309, 106 and 474. Town Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci, along with Legislator Susan A. Berland, Huntington Councilwoman Joan Cergol and Assemblyman Andrew P. Raia attended each event that celebrated the accomplishments Read More …

Lupinacci and Cook Put Soda Bread to the Test

Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci and Councilman Eugene Cook served as judges at the Town of Huntington Adult Day Care’s 4th Annual Irish Soda Bread Contest on Friday, along with senior resident Mary Enright. “Growing up in an Italian home, gatherings and holidays always centered around Read More …