9/11: Out of Tragedy, Lessons in Courage and Unity

It is hard to believe that 18 years have passed since September 11, 2001. It is equally difficult to imagine that a second generation of Americans are now growing up with only a historical perspective of that fateful day. They say that time heals all Read More …

Letter: End of a School Year Filled With Success, With More to Come

Dear Huntington Students, Staff and Community Members, The end of June is well known for its extended daylight and warmer weather, as well as final classroom lessons, end-of-year exams and a farewell to a group of exceptional soon-to-be graduates. As the 2018-2019 school year comes Read More …

Enviromensch: Dump the Plastic Utensils

Cauliflower steak Cauliflower steak from @thelittlebeet. I can’t believe I hated cauliflower as a child. Now, I can’t get enough of it, especially when it looks this good. Going vegan more than halves your carbon footprint. If you want to save the planet, start with Read More …

Letter: Elwood Orchard Developer Pushed Against Town Plan

BY RICHARD MURDOCCO The following comments were submitted on May 21 to the Town of Huntington regarding the future of a 56-acre parcel in  the Dix Hills/Elwood area that was once slated  for a large retail center. To Supervisor Chad Lupinacci and members of the Huntington Town Read More …

Essay: Cherishing Those First Moments With Your Child

By DR. MITCHELL KRAMER, MD  That moment when a child is born and placed on its mother’s chest for the first time – there really are no words to adequately describe it. While women who deliver vaginally typically get to experience this intimate connection, women Read More …