Snow Cleanup Underway; Water Main Floods Road

  Crews both public and private were out Tuesday, removing the snow that fell overnight and into the afternoon. Water spewed from a main on Larkfield Road near Jericho Turnpike; Huntingon Highway Superintendent Andre Sorrentino was on the scene. Huntington suspended its trash pickup Tuesday, Read More …

Moonjumpers to Unveil Beer to Support Food Bank

The Moonjumpers organization will reveal its new IPA beer and beer can artwork on March 1. Portions of the proceeds from sales of the beer from the unveiling  will be donated to support the food bank  efforts at  Tri-CYA. The design was created  by Marni Read More …

Black History Celebrations Around Huntingon

The Tri-CYA is hosting a Black History Month celebration Thursday evening at Jack Abrams STEM Magnet Intermediate School. Dr. Jonathan Lightfoot, director of Hofstra University’s Center for Race, Culture and Social Justice, will be the keynote speaker at the program, which begins at 7 p.m. Read More …

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 …

Groups Ready to Deliver Bags of Toys, Bags of Joy

Toys are on the march around Huntington as Christmas grows near and institutions and the town’s many nonprofits and volunteers are busy collecting and distributing them to children. Read More …

Church Raising Funds for Food Program

The Congregational Church of Huntington is raising funds on GoFundMe for its Peace and Plenty Food Outreach program. The program, begun in 2006, prepares and delivers fresh bread, baked goods, sandwiches and fruit each week. Food is prepared at Temple Beth El’s kitchen and delivered Read More …

#GivingTuesday Invites Your Contributions

Today is #GivingTuesday, a chance to give to others after the focus on consumerism in the last several days. It is a global effort to be generous, though local organizations are often the beneficiaries of such efforts. Any number of non-profits and others in Huntington Read More …

Updated Halloween: Trains, Trunk Shows, Parades and Costume Parties

Halloween is still nearly two weeks away but businesses, nonprofit agencies, libraries and museums have booked several spooky opportunities ahead of the holiday for kids and adults to enjoy. A costume parade for kids, a 5k run, arts and crafts opportunities, storytelling and a lot Read More …

Tri-CYA Registration for Summer Programs Scheduled

Registration opens May 31 for the Tri CYA’s summer programs. All activities are free, and open to children 10 years old and up. A parent or guardian must accompany children at registration, which will run from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Tri-CYA headquarters at Read More …

Huntington Reaches Out to Hire Summer Workers

Huntington Councilwoman Joan Cergol and several representatives of the town reached out to find workers interested in summer jobs Wednesday at a session at Tri-CYA. Highway, General Services and Parks and Recreation representatives described what their departments do, and outlined job openings and how to Read More …