The Commack community rallied to fill 170 baskets with childcare essentials as part of a teacher’s mission to help new mothers.Read More
After collecting hundreds of pounds of plastic caps and lids to recycle and transform into park benches, Girl Scout Troop 239 held a ribbon cutting Friday before Earth Day to celebrate the completion and installation of its first bench Silas Wood School Sixth Grade Center School in Huntington Station.Read More
Racing six small wooden vehicles on the specially-fitted track in each heat, 85 hand-crafted Pinewood Derby cars were in the competitions at the annual Matinecock District Boy Scouts of America’s runoff event, which was hosted at the Elwood-John Glenn High School gym on April 8.Read More
The Northport High School music department was among seven Long Island High School music programs that were recognized early this month during the Long Island Music Hall of Fame’s (LIMHoF) first Annual High School Music Department Recognition Program.Read More
Debbie Rimler, executive director of Tri-Community and Youth Agency (Tri-CYA), was recently recognized by Suffolk Legislator William “Doc” Spencer as the 2017 Woman of Distinction from the 18th District.Read More
The top awards for the Long Island’s Best: Young Artists exhibit at Heckscher Museum of Art in Huntington were recently announced. Several of the award winners hail from the Town of Huntington.Read More
For the Frankels, show business is family business.
Taking their passion for music from the living room to The Paramount in Huntington and beyond, sisters Jaymee, 27, and Lianne, 22, along with their dad, Josh, 62, share one beating heart for performing.
Members of the Huntington Station-based Girl Scout Troop 239 are working diligently towards their bronze award by collecting hundreds of pounds of plastic caps and lids to recycle and transform into park benches that will be donated to local schools.Read More
In John W. Engeman Theater’s production of “Jekyll & Hyde” audiences are exposed to an authentic battle between good and evil.
The battle is particularly apparent in “Confrontation,” a mesmerizing performance in which Dr. Henry Jekyll, a gentle, passionate and romantic giant displays his internal battle with the violent beast and petrifying madman, Mr. Edward Hyde.
With the mellow vibes of upstate New York and the improvisational flare of extended jam sessions married to the grit of the bar band scene, some may call moe. a prog rock or jam band, but they consider themselves rock ‘n’ roll.Read More