For a family trip to Italy in summer 2012, Commack’s Alissa Rosenberg bought a Nikon point and shoot camera to document the trip. She soon fell in love with the world of photography.Read More
To become newly minted as an Eagle Scout, Eddie DePinter Jr. recently built a four-sided mahogany bench at Northport High School fit with a symbolic pear tree honoring late U.S. Marine Cpl. Christopher Scherer, of East Northport.Read More
Whether it’s the very first date or one of many, Valentine’s Day offers a chance for each foodie and their special someone to bond over a meal that won’t be forgotten. But, with potentially differing palates, it’s good to have more choices than not.Read More
Primary-colored toys were strewn about Huntington Public Library’s lower-level auditorium, where children puttered to and fro among xylophones and puzzles, puppets and parents on Saturday. The baseline of “We Are Family” grooved beneath hubbub of toddlers babbling, cooing and peek-a-boo-ing. It was only 11 a.m., but the Huntington Public Library’s Together Time program was already in full swing.Read More
Leave your troubles behind and peel your eyes, ladies and gentlemen, as eight chiseled performers of the famed Chippendales are set to bring a night of excitement to The Paramount next week as part of the “Best. Night. Ever. 2017 Tour.”Read More
As Dr. Mark Capodanno instructs his students in the finer points of the human anatomy at the college-level course at St. Anthony’s High School in South Huntington, he uses an image of a cross section of a brain.Read More
A trio of St. Anthony’s High School students earned spots as semi-finalists in the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium for their innovative research that pushes the frontier in science research.Read More
Krista Albrecht, an instructional technology specialist in the Elwood Union Free School District, shuffled around the classroom Friday afternoon. She was assisting students of Lisa Margrino’s fourth grade class at James H. Boyd Intermediate School with their multimedia projects on individual Samsung Google Chromebooks.
Ten-time Tony Award nominee “The Full Monty” is bringing plenty of laughs to Northport village’s John W. Engeman Theater.
The venue was roaring with laughter during Saturday night’s show, causing audience member Rose Santopietro, of Northport, to call it “better than Broadway.”Read More
National Catholic Schools Week begins this Sunday, Jan. 29, and runs through Saturday, Feb. 4. This year’s theme is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” Various schools around the Town of Huntington will hold special events for students and open houses to the general public.Read More