A book signing to introduce his new novel was a family affair for bestselling author Nelson DeMille.Read More
Huntington Awareness Day, a celebration of what organizers call “Unity in the Community,” drew hundreds of people from around the Huntington Station community Saturday to take in a parade and a fair along Route 110.
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Northport’s 12th annual Art in the Park Festival will return to feature an array of local artists on July 11 in Northport Village Park at the Harbor.
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The Huntington Summer Arts Festival kicks off its 50th season this weekend, marking half a century of community dedication to arts and entertainment - and as such, some special events are in store!
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Thousands lined the streets and packed Heckscher Park Saturday afternoon to celebrate the 25th annual Long Island pride parade in Huntington village.
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Drew Nugent was the type of person whose smile could light up a room.
Nugent’s life, however, was tragically cut short on Aug. 5, 2011 – just weeks after he graduated from Walt Whitman High School.
Read on to learn how - despite this tragedy - his lifestyle continues to live on through a beautiful initiative that has been founded in his memory!Read More
A quarter-century after their nascent march in 1991, Long Island Pride will bring a burst of color the streets of Huntington village for the 25th time on June 13 as members of the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community celebrate gay pride.
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Northport Village’s Happenings on Main Street are happening for the 17th year beginning very soon!
Read on to learn more about this exciting event that causes the whole Northport Village to celebrate, including what will be included this year, and when the event will kick off!Read More
It was a special night to remember for 22 Northport High School Tour Choir members when they performed with Broadway legend and Northport High School graduate Patti LuPone.
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Since the day their son died in a snow-tubing accident in Huntington Jan. 26, Gary and Nicole Urda said the Elwood community has time and again proven their nickname, the “Heart of Huntington,” is more than a catchphrase – it’s a way of life in the tight-knit community.
Read on to learn how the people of Elwood stepped up to the plate once again, filling John Glenn High School’s auditorium for a special memorial concert in the memory of Sean Urda!Read More
Huntington-area senior citizens still have time to register for the “senior, senior” prom at Huntington High School, which will be held on Friday, May 8 from 4-6 p.m.
Read on to learn the full scoop on the event, including details about the event and how to reserve your seat today!Read More
Learn all about Long Island’s oldest and largest St. Patrick’s Parade in a special section published in this week’s edition of The Long Islander and The Record newspapers!
The parade journal is actually the fundraiser for the Ancient Order of Hibernians Irish-American fraternal organization which organizes, runs and pays for the parade.
Get your copy inside the March 5, 2015 editions of The Long Islander and The Record, on newsstands now!Read More
In this bitter cold, a surprising number of Long Islanders have been keeping busy at Caumsett State Historic Park Preserve. While a visit to the Lloyd Harbor park might not be the first activity you think of as you claw your way through piles of snow between the outdoor sports and weekend activity calendar, the winter is a busy time at Caumsett.
Read on to learn more about exciting wintertime activities that will be taking place at Caumsett this season!Read More