Update: Huntington’s Mock Trial Team Heads to Finals

Update: Huntington High School outscored Commack Wednesday afternoon in the Suffolk County Bar Association mock trial competition. The victory will send the Blue Devils to the county title competition next Wednesday against Ward Melville. — Huntington High School’s mock trial team will be competing Wednesday Read More …

Members Named to Police Precinct Advisory Group

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone on Monday announced the appointment of community members to precinct-level advisory boards, saying they were the final piece in his departmental reform program. The Second Precinct group includes 12 members drawn from a variety of activities and roles in Huntington. Read More …

Palacios Proposes Community Space Under Revitalization Plan

A proposal to build new offices and create community space in the building will be discussed Wednesday at the last in-person community meeting for the Huntington Station Downtown Revitalization Initiative. Residents have until Nov. 3 to  provide feedback on the newest proposal, linked here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfKvJuz3fbLosV9h1aSMg58AKkbl5KZjflYQolubmT2QNvjOQ/viewform Read More …

Parents Want More Visibility, Support for Gay Families

Several gay parents and their supporters have asked the Huntington Board of Education to commit to more representation of LGBTQ+ content in curriculum and school celebrations. James Rubin-Perez was one of five speakers at a recent school board hearing to urge more visibility and support Read More …

Nassau Educator to Succeed Polansky as Superintendent

Christian Bowen, an educator in Valley Stream, was named superintendent of the Huntington school district on Tuesday, succeeding the retiring James W. Polansky. Bowen, who is currently the assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction of the Valley Stream Central High School District,  will become deputy Read More …

Budgets Pass, Incumbents Re-Elected in Huntington, Elwood, Harborfields, Northport

Voters approved every school budget in the Town of Huntington that was reported Tuesday night passed, many by large margins, and nearly every incumbent who ran was re-elected. Read More …

Earth Day Efforts Spruce Up Huntington

Volunteers turned out Saturday in Huntington Station, Greenlawn, Centerport and elsewhere to clean up the neighborhood in honor of Earth Day. At Huntington Manor Farm Park, residents were treated to lessons about bees, composting, sea creatures, and plant life at the town’s Family Earth Day Read More …

Festival, Cleanups to Celebrate Earth Day

Saturday is Earth Day, and groups around Huntington will be spending time celebrating the environment and cleaning up their neighborhoods. First up, the Centerport Harbor Association has organized a spring cleaning starting at 9:30 a.m. for the harbor and Mill Pond. Volunteers will meet at Read More …

3 Running for Seats on Huntington School Board

Three people, including two incumbents, are running in the Huntington school board election on May 16. The new board will work with a new superintendent, succeeding James W. Polansky who is retiring as of Sept. 1. Kelly Donovan is seeking re-election. She was first elected Read More …

Blue Devils Mock Trial Team Sets Eyes on State Title

Huntington High School’s undefeated mock trial team is continuing its charge toward a state title, preparing to compete in the finals in May. The Blue Devils squad recently defeated Northport in the Suffolk County finals. Sponsored by the New York State Bar Association, the state Read More …