Huntington Senior Center Celebrates Its 50th Year

Huntington celebrated the 50th anniversary of its senior center Thursday, with a champagne toast, music, lunch, dancing–lots of dancing–and a cake. From its early days as a source of nutritious meals and programs, the center has grown into a home for clubs, meals, education and support Read More …

Wedding Marathon Returns for Valentine’s Day

The Huntington Valentine’s Day wedding marathon will return this year, with appointments available all day on Feb. 14. “Love is in the air once again at Huntington Town Hall this Valentine’s Day,” said Town Clerk Andrew Raia, who will preside over the the marriage ceremonies. “It Read More …

Town Inauguration Rescheduled to Feb. 3

The formal inauguration of Huntington officials who were elected in November has been scheduled for Saturday. The ceremony had been scheduled for Jan. 9 but was canceled because of heavy rains and winds. Town Clerk Andrew Raia and Tax Receiver Jillian Guthman, who were re-elected, Read More …

Republicans Celebrate Their Electoral Victories

Huntington Republicans Wednesday night celebrated their multiple election victories in November, including their sweep of the Town Board. They gathered at the Harbor Club at Prime to toast the winners, including Suffolk Legislator Stephanie Bontempi, Town Clerk Andrew Raia and Council members-elect Theresa Mari and Read More …

Republicans to Celebrate Holidays, Victories

Republicans will be celebrating their success in the November elections as well as the holidays with a party Dec. 13. Expected to attend are Suffolk County Executive-elect Ed Romaine, Town Council-elect members Theresa Mari and Brooke Lupinacci, and re-elected Suffolk Legislators Stephanie Bontempi and  Rob Read More …

Republicans Lupinacci, Mari Elected to Town Board; Raia, Guthman Re-Elected

Huntington residents elected two Republican women to the Town Board on Tuesday, according to unofficial tallies from the Suffolk County Board of Elections. Theresa Mari and Brooke Lupinacci defeated Democrats Don McKay and Jen Hebert, turning the board all-Republican. The two will succeed incumbents Joan Read More …

Town Hall Inviting All Hallows Visits

The Town of Huntington is celebrating All Hallows Month with invitations to visit and learn more about some of the town’s mysteries. Visitors are welcome to town archives on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 to 3 p.m., Town Clerk Andrew Raia said, where they can Read More …

Election 2023: Candidates Book Canvassing, Fundraisers

Huntington Republicans and Democrats are scheduling canvassing times and fundraisers as election season heats up. Candidates are running for election or re-election as town clerk, Town Board, tax receiver and Suffolk County Legislature. Here are some of their scheduled events. Democrat Dr. Eve Meltzer Krief, 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 …

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 …

Huntington Adds Shade Trees to Senior Center Entranceway

Huntington officials on Monday celebrated the planting of 20 shade trees along the entranceway to the Flanagan Senior Center. The trees will also provide shade for a bus waiting area for seniors leaving the center “Keeping Huntington green is exactly what today’s tree planting effort Read More …