Huntington Officials Offer Boating Safety Tips, Plan Speed Crackdown

Huntington officials warned boaters Thursday to reduce speeds and offered a variety of other tips to keep people safe over the long Fourth of July weekend. Supervisor Ed Smyth said patrols would be out on the waters to enforce speed limits, including the temporary 5 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 …

Ken Christensen Dies at 84; Had Key Role in Housing and Other Public Policies

Kenneth A. Christensen, a former member of the Huntington Town Board who was active in housing, environmental and other community activities, died Friday. The Greenlawn resident was 84. He was the key figure behind the town’s accessory apartment law, several of his colleagues said, and Read More …

Officials Oppose Requirement to Allow More Apartments

A bipartisan group of officials in Suffolk County denounced a plan Thursday to require all New York State municipalities to permit accessory dwelling units. The requirement is listed in the proposed state budget. Local, state, county and federal leaders gathered at the Suffolk County Legislature Read More …

Police Commissioner Has a Meet and Greet With Huntington Residents

New Suffolk Police Commissioner Rodney Harrison took questions from Huntington residents Monday evening as he introduced himself over Zoom and described plans he has for the Suffolk County Police Department. Among the issues Harrison and community residents discussed were transparency, departmental diversity and hiring, drugs, Read More …