After Warehouse Burglary, Toys Of Hope Appeals For Aid

After Warehouse Burglary, Toys Of Hope Appeals For Aid

A Huntington non-profit, Toys of Hope - which provides necessities and toys for needy families across Long Island, especially during the holiday season – is reeling after its founder said someone broke into their warehouse last week and stole food that could have fed 150 people.

Read on to learn more about the robbery and how this will impact Toys of Hope's charitable efforts moving forward.

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Wall Street Holiday Tree Arrives In Huntington

Wall Street Holiday Tree Arrives In Huntington

To be topped with a 4-foot translucent star, a 25-foot Christmas tree has found its home in Huntington village!

“It looks like Manhattan!” said Mary Smith, owner of the gutted 10 Wall St. property that houses the tree. The space was once The Black Lantern Sushi Den & Ultra Lounge.

Read on to learn more about the tree and how Smith is excited to keep up this great Huntington tradition!

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Town Abuzz With Chris Algieri Chatter

Town Abuzz With Chris Algieri Chatter

Whether or not Chris Algieri defeats future world boxing hall of famer Manny Pacquiao in Macau, China on Saturday, the Greenlawn native will still remain a champion – a champion of both the World Boxing Organization and the Town of Huntington!

Read on to learn more - both about Algieri's upcoming match, and about the journey he's been through to get where he is today!

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Doors of Gym That Trained Algieri To Close At Month’s End

Doors of Gym That Trained Algieri To Close At Month’s End

As light welterweight champion boxer and Greenlawn native Chris Algieri prepares to fight world welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao in China on Nov. 22, the owner of Huntington Station's U.S. Karate Academy (where a 5-year-old Algieri threw his first punches) prepares to close his academy’s doors.

Read on to learn more about Chris Algieri's Cinderella story, the journey he went through to get where he is today, and how his beginnings at U.S. Karate Academy enabled him to be all he is today.

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No Matter The Season, Rotary Always Giving

No Matter The Season, Rotary Always Giving

If you stop by the Southdown Marketplace this weekend, you might see some familiar faces outside the sliding front doors of the Huntington village supermarket.

That’s because the Huntington Rotary Club will be collecting food from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. in support of Huntington-area food pantries, and it’s just one of many ways the nearly 90-year-old Huntington club gives back.

Read on to learn more about the Rotary Club, the initiatives it has carried out, and how it has impacted the lives of so many throughout the years!

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Neighbors Decry A ‘Carousel’ Of Headaches

Neighbors Decry A ‘Carousel’ Of Headaches

Huntington Stations residents who live near The Carousel strip club on Jericho Turnpike have recently reported cavalcades of disruptive behavior, including inebriated patrons who travel through their neighborhoods, arguing loudly into the A.M., dumping cigarettes, clothing, condoms onto their lawns - and even cases of them defecating and urinating on the residents' lawns.

Needless to say, the Huntington Station residents were irate.

Read on to learn the full story, including the full list of charges levied against The Carousel, and how the situation will be dealt with moving forward.

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