Huntington Station Unveils a Welcome Sign

  A sign welcoming people to Huntington Station was unveiled Wednesday on New York Avenue, part of efforts by the Huntington Station Business Improvement District to beautify the area. Elected officials praised the organization and president Frank Cosentino for their work. Town Supervisor Ed Smyth Read More …

Beaches and Baseball Draw Huntington Residents

  A beach cleanup and a free baseball clinic brought out participants Saturday, who enjoyed the activities and the warm, sunny weather. Town Councilwoman Joan Cergol, who has led a series of beach cleanups this weekend, drew about 60 volunteers to spruce up Centerport Beach, Read More …

Huntington Woman Celebrates Centennial Milestone

Friends, family, firefighters and town officials and others helped Doris Marilyn Lessuck celebrated her 100th birthday Thursday, one day shy of her big day. The active Huntington resident is preparing to move to Arizona, after 69 years in the Mayo Avenue home, where she and 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 …

Celebration Honors Huntington Women for Their Accomplishments

Several Huntington women of distinction were honored Saturday at a Women’s History Month event. The Huntington NAACP celebration at Chez Laa Reine Boutique included the recognition of: The Rev. Bernadette Watkins, Jo-Ann Raia, former Huntington town clerk, Dr. Nichele Nivens, Pilar Moya, housing advocate, Irene Read More …

Town Officials Welcome Clock Tower in Huntington Station

The Town of Huntington dedicated a new clock tower Tuesday at the corner of Pulaski Road and New York Avenue. Supervisor Ed Smyth said the addition of the clock was just the latest improvement for the Huntington Station community, noting the recent agreement with Suffolk Read More …

Centerport Rally Denounces Hate, Seeks Unity

Religious leaders, elected officials, civil rights figures and others gathered Thursday in Centerport to denounce acts of racism and other bigotry that have occurred on Long Island and to sign a pledge against hate. In Huntington, recent reports of racism have included a Chinese-American member Read More …