Town of Huntington Adds Newsletter

The Town of Huntington launched a newsletter Friday detailing coming events, highlights of the previous month, a list of government meetings and more. It was emailed out Friday afternoon, and is also viewable at https://huntingtonny.gov/newsletter “We have been hard at work over the last seven Read More …

Manor Field Spray Park to Open Next Week

Huntington will open another spray park next week, this one at Manor Field Park. The Manor Field Spray Park, with 4,950 square feet in area with 2,520 square feet of active play, features push-button technology for efficient water use. The spray park’s sports theme includes Read More …

Huntington Honors Its War Dead

The Town of Huntington honored its war dead Sunday with a laying of wreaths, a three-volley salute and the playing of taps, in a moving ceremony at Town Hall. Veterans of at least three wars–World War II, Korea and Vietnam–were on hand and helped lay Read More …

Whitman Students Sign Up to Vote for First Time

The League of Women Voters of Huntington and Supervisor Ed Smyth helped eligible students at Walt Whitman High School register to vote on Wednesday. The students had a breakfast, heard encouragement on the value of voting, and filled out paperwork to become voters for the Read More …

New Hotel Opens on Historic Huntington Site

Officials cut the ribbon Thursday on the new hotel on Main Street, site of the former Huntington Town Hall. Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Town of Huntington Supervisor Ed Smyth led the celebration of the Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton. Town Councilwoman Joan Read More …

Updated: Usdan Withdraws Glamping Proposal

Updated: Usdan summer camp on Monday withdrew its proposal to allow overnight camping, after strong neighborhood opposition. The summer camp had wanted to allow “glamping,” that would have brought adults to the wooded campus in Wheatley Heights, which neighborhoods predicted could lead to adult motels, Read More …

Town to Co-Host Celebration of Eid

The Town of Huntington will co-host a celebration of Eid al-Fitr, marking the end of the Muslim holiday of Ramadan, Friday at Town Hall. Supervisor Ed Smyth and Town Clerk Andrew Raia will co-host a cultural celebration of Eid  at 4:30 pm. “We join Huntington’s Pakistani, Read More …

Runner Launches Marathon Series in Huntington

Ultra-runner Eva Casale kicked off her sixth year of completing seven marathons in seven days with a flag-waving sendoff from Town Hall on Sunday. Casale will run a different course each day, throughout Long Island before wrapping up the series in her hometown of Glen 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 …

$22 Million From State for Sewer Service to Homes in Huntington Station

State Sen. Jim Gaughran and State Assemblyman Steve Stern announced Tuesday that they had obtained $22 million in state funding to connect homes to sewer lines in Huntington Station. The new funding complements an agreement between the town and Suffolk County to spend $44 million Read More …

Apartment, Parking Rules to Get Public Hearing

The Town Board will have a public hearing May 10 a measure further limiting the expansion of apartment building development and their effect on parking.    Supervisor Ed Smyth proposed the measure, which he would clarify the rules regarding parking requirements relative to a proposed Read More …