Town to Open Warming Centers Again as Cold Continues

The Town of Huntington will be opening warming centers at several locations throughout the Town starting at 4 p.m. Wednesday .through Friday. As of 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, PSEG-LI had no reports of outages in Huntington. The centers are: Clark Gillies Dix Hills Ice Rink 575 Read More …

Storm Cancellations/Closings

We are listing cancellations, postponements and closings because of the anticipated winter storm as we receive them. If you are planning to go to something Tuesday night, please check with the event’s organizers to make sure it’s still on. The Town of Huntington will be Read More …

Town Launches Program to Add, Upgrade Accessory Apartments

The Town of Huntington has begun participating in the state’s ADU Plus One program that helps homeowners upgrade or create accessory apartment units. Working with the Long Island Housing Partnership, the town was awarded a $2 million grant from the state. The program will assist Read More …

Tax Portal Opens on Town Website

Huntington property owners can view their 2023-2024 tax bills online by going to https://www.huntingtonny.gov/taxpayment The online portal is also open for payments. Tax bills can also be paid in person at Huntington Town Hall. Property tax bills are being processed for delivery by mail and Read More …

Lewis Oliver Farm Sanctuary Looking to Add Staff

Lewis Oliver Farm Sanctuary in Northport is hosting Santa Claus today as it welcomes visitors who come to see the rescued animals that live there. But the holiday celebration comes at a time that the organization operating the animal sanctuary is eager to find the Read More …

Thorbourne Named Human Services Director for Huntington

Kevin Thorbourne has been named director of human services for the Town of Huntington. Thorbourne, who served as minority affairs director for the town, replaces Carmen Kasper, who resigned in October after she was suspended for inappropriate remarks made to a town employee. The human Read More …

Updated: Town Cuts Down Trees in Mill Dam Park Wetlands

The Town of Huntington has cut down multiple trees in a wetlands area at Mill Dam Park, citing a request by the aviation unit of the Suffolk County police department. The town acted before getting approval of the state Department of Environmental Conservation, which oversees Read More …

African American Museum Draws Crowd of Supporters

Community leaders gathered Sunday to support the Huntington African American Museum, designed to both honor the past and plan for the future. “Welcome to the site of the next major cultural institution in Huntington,” attorney Barry Lites told the crowd, to applause. The fundraiser was Read More …

Suspended Human Services Director Resigns

Carmen Kasper has resigned from her position as director of human services for the Town of Huntington. She was suspended earlier this month while under investigation for an allegedly inappropriate comment she made to a town worker, who filed a complaint, which led to an Read More …

Spray Park Hours Extended, Cooling Centers Set for Heat Wave

The Town of Huntington will extend hours at spray parks and open cooling centers because of the high heat expected throughout most of the week. Temperatures are expected to hit the low 90s on several days, with a heat index as high as 98. Cooling Read More …

Huntington Breaks Ground on Overhaul of Walker Park

The Town of Huntington officially broke ground on an expanded Alfred J. Walker Memorial Park on Friday. Located at 33 West 11th St., Huntington Station, the park is growing and adding new features, including a soccer field, parking, exercise spaces, a gazebo and cornhole courts, Read More …