If you reside within the greater Huntington area, look no further than The Long Islander Newspaper for quality, weekly stories specifically geared toward your local community!
This paper provides primary news coverage to:
- Huntington Station
- Cold Spring Harbor
- Lloyd Harbor
- Huntington Bay
Read on for recent stories, our complete online archives, and information on where you can find a copy of The Long Islander closest to you!
The Blizzard That Wasn't Still Packs A Major Wallop
Although the Town of Huntington in many places was covered in a foot of snow or more this week, the area largely dodged the multiple feet of snow feared in forecasts leading up to this week’s blustery winter storm.
With that said, however, that doesn't mean that the Town of Huntington still didn't get its fair share of snow over the past couple of days!
Read on to learn how Huntington, Dix Hills, Northport, and more were impacted by the snowstorm, including the events during and after snow hit!
School Board Trustee Dies At 55
Following a 25-year career as an anesthesiologist and a 2012 lymphoma diagnosis, Cold Spring Harbor Board of Education Vice President James Robins, 55, died on Jan. 4.
“We are all saddened by the untimely passing of Dr. James Robins,” a statement posted on the school district’s website reads. “James was incredibly proud and committed to our schools and worked diligently throughout his valiant battle with cancer to fulfill his responsibilities as a board member.”
Read on to learn more about Robins, the impact he had on those around him, and the incredible legacy he has behind him.
WWII Vet Killed In Crash Continued To Serve
World War II veteran from Huntington Station is being remembered for his service to local veterans after he died suddenly Jan. 22 in a car crash on East Jericho Turnpike.
Salvatore Tornatore, 94, was deeply involved in the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) and served on the organization’s national board. He was a longtime member of the town’s Veterans Advisory Committee.
Read on to learn more about Tornatore's life and the incredible service he provided for our country.
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