The surgeon who played a role in saving the life of two Second Precinct police officers injured in the line of duty on two separate occasions is set to step into the national spotlight Monday night for the coin toss before the New York Jets football game.Read More
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Local legislators, educators and religious leaders gathered at the Tri Community and Youth Agency to denounce hate incidents and call upon renewed awareness to promote peace and unity on Nov. 23.Read More
Melissa Restaurant has served its last hard drink.
Co-owners of the Huntington Station bar, Jose and Maria Bautista, surrendered its liquor license Friday in a court hearing with the state liquor authority, officials said.Read More
The Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce gave local elected officials a tour of Huntington village on Small Business Saturday, affording business owners an opportunity to meet their representatives in government and share their insights and concerns.Read More
Cold Spring Harbor school board members unanimously approved a resolution Nov. 8 to present a referendum before voters in January 2017.
The vote will determine whether or not the district can issue a $4.8 million bond to construct a new physical education facility at Cold Spring Harbor Jr./Sr. High School.Read More
Local businesses in Huntington village are gearing up for the upcoming Small Business Saturday. Also joining the Town of Huntington’s seventh annual Holiday Parade and Street Festival, which is also set for Nov. 26, businesses throughout the village plan to offer discounts to kick off the holiday shopping season.Read More