A Huntington property owner, who once planned to build a medical office at the historic corner of Park Avenue and Main Street, is considering renewing the proposal once new Town leadership takes office in January.
Charles “Chuck” Jarmon returned from a two-week stint in Puerto Rico where he provided medical support for victims impacted by Hurricane Maria.
The Huntington Town Board approved Supervisor Frank Petrone’s $194.2 million budget for 2018 during a special meeting Monday.
The New York State School Counselor’s Association recently selected a Northport High School counselor as its 2018 New York School Counselor of the Year.
Recent news briefs from the Suffolk County Police Department.
A group of Dix Hills residents have taken a stance against a developer’s plan to build 46 townhouses and 40 condominiums across nine acres along Deer Park Avenue.
A pair of Thanksgiving-themed food giveaways were a hit with residents, giving out thousands of goods, including turkeys, to local families.
Merchants are gearing up for Small Business Saturday, an annual tradition sponsored by American Express, that will be taking place across the Town of Huntington this Saturday, Nov. 25.
Lots of holiday-themed events are taking place around the Town of Huntington in the coming weeks.
The Huntington Harbor Parade of Lights will return this holiday season after last year's cancellation due to the lighthouse’s ongoing restoration project.
Huntington residents can experience the connection between the worlds of the living and the dead when “Long Island Medium” star Theresa Caputo brings her live show to The Paramount.
Northport High School math teacher Kristen Rozell was selected to take part in the New York State Master Teacher Program.
Half Hollow Hills High School East star Savion Lewis has signed a letter or intent to play Division I basketball at Quinnipiac University.
The Friars capped off an undefeated season with a 4-0 win over Xaverian High School in the Girl's Catholic High School Athletic Association’s state title game.
The Elwood-John Glenn Knights defeated Wheatley, 3 sets to 1, to win this year’s Class B Long Island girls volleyball championship.
Half Hollow Hills West routed Sayville, 37-6, to earn its fourth consecutive trip to the Suffolk County championship.
The Cold Spring Harbor Seahawks defeated Carle Place-Wheatley, 39-7, to snag a spot in the Nassau Conference IV title game.
Colts goalkeeper Ben Nacht's 10-save effort helped secure a Class AA Long Island championship for the Hills West varsity soccer program.
Side Dish highlights news on local restaurants in and around the Town of Huntington.
Diners craving the distinct flavors of Italy in a casual and relaxed atmosphere need look no further than Porto Fino in Huntington village.
Little Shelter Animal Rescue & Adoption Center, the first shelter to open in Suffolk County, is still operating out of its original location at 33 Warner Road in Huntington.
Dr. Robert Scully has seen generations of patients since he opened Medicenter's Huntington Station location nearly 30 years ago, before urgent care centers began to bloom across Long Island.
While each image that hangs in Fotofoto Gallery started out as a photograph, viewers might be surprised to learn that what they’re seeing actually is a photo.
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