St. Patrick's Day Parade 2017
A Wheatley Heights man previously convicted of sex abuse was fired from his teaching position at a Dix Hills private school after he was arrested Sunday for allegedly “inappropriately” touching a 9-year-old girl last week, according to authorities and school officials.
A code change proposed by the Huntington Town Board seeks to free up parking in downtown areas by requiring developers to supply their own parking spaces for apartment units they build as part of mixed-use buildings in commercial zones.
Northport Village trustees have, at least for the time being, banned rooftop dining.
However, trustees also have not ruled out the possibility of allowing rooftop dining in the future, and are planning a workshop to discuss possible means of introducing the attraction in the village.
Sporting a white apron featuring a pizza pie and the words “Pizzaologist” written across it, Harborfields Superintendent Francesco Ianni flipped pies at Jonny D’s Pizza in Greenlawn on Tuesday for Pizza Pi Day, a fundraiser for scholarships issued by the school district’s Special Education PTA.
Melville 17-year-old Jordan Belous has been an unstoppable force during her campaign to raise funds for pediatric cancer research through nonprofit Whip Pediatric Cancer, which has raised $93,000 since August 2015, and she recently hosted another event focused on helping families affected by pediatric cancer.
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The Elwood-John Glenn Knights are gearing up for the season with a new coach at the helm.
Now leading the team is head coach Matthew Rocchio Jr. – alongside assistant coach John Mehling – who just started his post after the departure of former coach Stephen Robins. Rocchio said he wants to continue to elevate Glenn’s program.
The Kings Park Commack Ice Hockey Club captured its first-ever state championship in the New York State Amateur Hockey Association high school tournament late last month, securing a spot in the upcoming national championships.
Facing off against East Islip for the state title, Kings Park-Commack came away with the 12-3 win.
Through Sunday, March 26 (until 7 p.m. only on Saturday), 21 restaurants across the Town of Huntington are offering prix-fixe dining for $27.95 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Visit DineHuntington.com to see the three-course menus, or read on below for a little taste of what several restaurants are offering.
The third-annual Spring Dine Huntington Restaurant Week starts Sunday, March 19 and runs through Sunday, March 25 (until 7 p.m. only on Saturday).
For eight days, dozens of restaurants across the Town of Huntington will offer prix-fixe dining for $27.95 per person, plus tax and gratuity. The three-course menus are still coming in, but read on below for a little taste of what several restaurants will be offering.
While Signature Premier Properties continues to grow across Long Island, its staff’s culture to be a group of like-minded individuals that champion each other remains the same each day.
Specializing in residential and commercial purchase and sale, the success of the firm is led by co-owners Peter Morris and Kathy Viard, who said they have made a point to be hands on and involved with their agents.