Op-Ed: Many Need Help Year Round

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, numerous organizations are coming together to donate turkeys and essential food items to families facing economic hardships within our community. While these initiatives aim to bring comfort during the holiday season, it is imperative to recognize that many of the Read More …

Letter: A Story of Two Veterans

This is the last privilege I will enjoy as your Huntington Town Councilwoman to address our military men and women on Veterans Day. I want all of our military veterans to know how much I love them, will continue to love them, and how grateful Read More …

Letter: Democratic Party Needs Change Now

Following Tuesday’s election, it is my sincere hope that people involved in the Huntington Town Democratic Committee will insist on a change of leadership. HTDC leadership moves forward unflinchingly as though the facts on the ground haven’t fundamentally changed. Maintaining power at all costs has Read More …

Op-Ed: Lessons From My Mother

Silence is complicity. That is a lesson that has been deeply ingrained in me as far back as I can remember. When my mother was five years old as a little Jewish girl growing up in France during the Holocaust, her parents were forced to Read More …

Op-Ed: There’s Land If You Choose to See It

One of the common rebuttals affordable housing advocates hear from people in Huntington Town Hall is “there’s no land to build on”. It’s patently not true, as recent events have shown. There is land available if you choose to see it. First off, there is Read More …

Letter: Help Feed Our Neighbors for Thanksgiving

Helping Hand Rescue Mission’s 59th Annual Thanksgiving Turkey & Food Distribution provides food for a family’s full Thanksgiving meal, dessert and a special breakfast, to those in need right in our community. This year we’ll be meeting another increased need in our community. Although we are Read More …

Letter: Let’s Invite Hollywood to Huntington

I am writing to share a big idea with you for Huntington Station. And, to explain the request for a $2 million portion of the Downtown Revitalization Initiative funding grant provided by New York State. This is both personal and professional. Personally, I have lived Read More …

Close-Up: Wineries Make Their Mark in Suffolk County

Before the year 2023 comes to an end, let me devote this space to the 50 th anniversary of the start of what became an agricultural revolution in Suffolk County: the creation here of a world-class region for the production of wine. As the Long Read More …