Huntington Flags at Half Staff for 13 Service Members Killed in Kabul

Huntington Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci  on Friday directed that flags on all Town of Huntington buildings be flown at half-staff to honor the 13 American service members who were killed in a terrorist attack in Kabul, Afghanistan Thursday. Lupinacci said, “The Town of Huntington mourns Read More …

Updated: School Supply Drives Underway Around Huntington

Is your organization or office collecting school supplies for distribution to students in need? Email us the details or add the collection times and places to the HuntingtonNow.com calendar. Here are a few ways to support students in Huntington.   Assemblyman Steve Stern’s office is Read More …

Heckscher Museum of Art Prepares to Celebrate 100 Years

Nestled in the expanses of Heckscher Park in Huntington lies an institution that has withstood time. The Heckscher Museum of Art has thrived over the past 100 years and on Saturday, it will celebrate its centenary. Anna and August Heckscher donated 185 pieces of art Read More …

Huntington Senior Center Reopening

The Huntington senior center is returning to service, reopening Tuesday for some, limited activities. The center had been shut down because of the Covid-19 epidemic. Here is what is scheduled. TUESDAYS – FRIDAYS: The Senior Center will be opening in a limited capacity by reservation Read More …

Some Tax Bill Reminders Have Wrong Due Date

The Town of Huntington will be sending out corrected tax bills after discovering that notices had used the wrong due date. A notice posted on the town’s website said that a “computer glitch” had resulted in some second-half reminders having the wrong due date. Second-half Read More …

Summer Movie Series Set to Start in July

The Town of Huntington’s summer movie series is back, with residents getting a chance to pick three of the films. Starting July 12 and running through Aug. 16, the series will be shown at either Walt Whitman Shops or Crab Meadow Beach. Movies are free, Read More …

Letter: Town Must Enforce Coastal Zone Building Rules

A Northport resident has written a letter to Town of Huntington officials about what she believes is a lack of understanding involving the construction of a house in a Coastal Erosion Hazard Zone. Read More …

Residential Trash Collection Canceled by Storm

Hazardous road conditions forced a halt to residential trash pickup in Huntington Thursday afternoon, and canceled it entirely for Friday, the Town of Huntington said. Municipal refuse collection in Huntington Village and Huntington Station is still on for Thursday night and for Friday.  A decision Read More …

Town Secures Grant for Crippen House Study

The Town of Huntington has received a grant for an engineering study of the Peter Crippen House, a home built in the 1600s with significance in African American history. Supervisor Chad A Lupinacci announced the  $4,000 grant for an engineering study from the Preservation League Read More …

Spada Ousted as Huntington Maritime Director

Updated: Dom Spada, director of maritime services for the Town of Huntington, resigned at the request of Supervisor Chad Lupinacci, Newsday reported Friday. But the reason for the ouster was not known. “it became clear to me that he could no longer serve in this administration,” Read More …

Hobart Beach Getting Extra Care as Crowds Arrive Early

By limiting beach capacity to 50 percent, Huntington officials are hoping to keep people healthy in the epidemic as well as avoid some of the problems that have been afflicting Hobart Beach in recent days. Eatons Neck residents have been complaining for days about cars Read More …