Police/Fire

88 Year Old Wheelchair Bound Woman Saved from Fire by SCPD Officer Funaro with Good Samaritan Joseph Cartelli

Second Precinct Police Officer Matthew Funaro responded to a 4:45 p.m. call of a house…

Man Arrested for 2015 Burglary in Huntington Station

Suffolk County Police arrested a man on February 5th, 2016 at approximately 3:30pm for a…

Pedestrian Struck in Front of First Aid Squad

At approximately 3:45 PM on Febrary 2, 2016, the on-duty dispatcher at the Huntington Community…

Two Men Killed, One Seriously Injured in Single-Car, Fort Salonga Road, west of Makamah Road, Fort Salonga

Suffolk County Police Second Squad detectives are investigating a single-car crash that killed two men…

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Falls Prevention Classes Offer Mature Residents a Greater Chance to Stay Independent for Life

County Executive Steve Bellone and Commissioner of Health Services Dr. James Tomarken invite mature residents to attend the county’s national award-winning program focused on falls prevention. The program is intended to empower mature adults to carry out behaviors that reduce the risks of falls and improve their quality of life. ‘Stepping On’,  a CDC model program,…

School Collects Thousands of Cans of Soup for the Hungry 3903 To Be Exact

North Ridge Primary School in Commack held its annual “Souper Bowl” and collected a total of 3,903 cans and bags of soup. Mrs. Esposito, the gym teacher at North Ridge, decided to “sculpt” the cans into the shape of a giant airplane. Each day when the children came to gym, they were amazed at how well…

Letter To The Editor: Vote Against the Berland Reign of Arrogance

Dear Editor, Since my loss in the Working Families Party primary in September, I have been quietly watching this campaign season from the sidelines. But events have unfolded that I can’t keep quiet about.  I won’t go into detail here but suffice it to say that Susan Berland has clearly lost the confidence of the people…

LUPINACCI NAMED MELVILLE CHAMBER’S TOP “BUSINESS ADVOCATE” FOR 2015

The Melville Chamber of Commerce named Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci its Business Advocate of the Year for 2015 during an annual dinner held at the Colonial Springs Golf Club in Farmingdale on January 28, 2016. The Assemblyman thanked Melville Chamber President David Gustin, Executive Director Ted Macaluso and all of the members of the Chamber’s board…

Pedestrian Struck in Front of First Aid Squad

At approximately 3:45 PM on Febrary 2, 2016, the on-duty dispatcher at the Huntington Community First Aid Squad (HCFAS)  noticed an agitated young man in front of their headquarters  pointing to the intersection of Railroad Street and Lowndes Ave.  Several HCFAS members were able to see a person lying motionless in the street.  An ambulance…

Arts & Entertainment

Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia Reads To Signal Hill Students During Their PARP Program

Huntington Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia is pictured above at Signal Hill Elementary School, Half Hollow Hills School District, participating in their January 28, 2016 Parents As Reading Partners program. Ms. Raia read to Mrs. Jackson’s and Mrs. Kieninger’s third grade classes…

Young Huntington Singer-Songwriter Draws National Attention, Accolades

Kirsten Maxwell of Huntington has been named a winner of the 2016 South Florida Folk…

“A Rose by Any Other Name” Juried Art Show

Juror: Barbara Applegate ENTRY DEADLINE: February 19, 2016 JUROR: Barbara Applegate holds a BA in Art History and an…

Vanderbilt Plans Children’s Creative Workshops for Pre-K and Grades K-3 During February Break

When school is out for the February 15-19 winter break, children can have creative fun…

Sports & Schools

ASSEMBLYMAN LUPINACCI UPDATES HALF HOLLOW HILLS PTA AT LEGISLATIVE BRUNCH

Assemblyman Chad A. Lupinacci updated Half Hollow Hills PTA members on the status of critical…

Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia Reads To Signal Hill Students During Their PARP Program

Huntington Town Clerk Jo-Ann Raia is pictured above at Signal Hill Elementary School, Half Hollow…

School Closings & Delays for Monday, February 8, 2016

Cold Spring Harbor School District – Closed Commack School District – Closed Elwood School District – Closed Half…

School Collects Thousands of Cans of Soup for the Hungry 3903 To Be Exact

North Ridge Primary School in Commack held its annual “Souper Bowl” and collected a total of 3,903 cans and bags of soup. Mrs. Esposito, the gym teacher at North Ridge, decided to “sculpt” the cans into the shape of a…

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