Kennedy Launches ‘Fiscal Reality Tour’ in Huntington

John M. Kennedy, Republican candidate for Suffolk County executive, launched his “fiscal reality tour” Monday in Huntington, criticizing fees and a decline in bond ratings.  Kennedy, the Suffolk County comptroller, was accompanied by several Republicans, including Huntington Town Supervisor Chad Lupinacci, two candidates for county Read More …

Town Offers Amnesty, Crackdown on Parking Tickets

The Town of Huntington is offering a parking violations amnesty program, coupled with a plan to crack down on scofflaws. Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci¬† said the amnesty program offers 40% off the total balance owed for violations that occurred between Jan. 1, 2013 through June Read More …

Coral Park Basketball Tournament

Players from ages 12-18 came out Saturday for the 5th Annual Coral Park Co-Ed Basketball Tournament in Greenlawn. The event was sponsored by Huntington Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci and Suffolk County Legislators William R. Spencer and Susan A. Berland. Sponsors included¬†Petro, Spuntino’s Pizza, First Class Read More …

Lupinacci Announces Crackdown on Unsafe Boating

As the summer boating season draws near, local authorities are urging Huntington boaters to play it safe. To kick off Memorial Day weekend, Huntington Town Supervisor Chad Lupinacci, along with officials from the Suffolk County Police Marine Bureau and Bay Constable, announced an increase in Read More …

Villadom Application Withdrawn But Opponents Press On

Opponents of the Villadom project say they’ll still show up at a Town Board session Thursday night, even though the application has been withdrawn and a public hearing on the project canceled. On Wednesday, the town announced that the hearing had been adjourned at the Read More …

Lupinacci Meets With Long Island Cares

Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci met with members of Long Island Cares, Inc. and representatives from Huntington food pantries at Town Hall Wednesday, April 4, to discuss ways the town can collaborate with the groups to end hunger. “Long Island Cares and our food pantries do Read More …