Since 1838, Nobody Covers Huntington News Better Than The Long-Islander.|Friday, April 18, 2014
You are here: Home » Archives for October 2013

Monthly Archives: October 2013

Hills Gets First Look At $1M Bionic Man

October 17th, 2013
The auditorium of Half Hollow Hills High School East was overflowing with excitement Wednesday night while an audience of about 200 waited to meet “The Incredible Bionic Man.” Students of all ages from about 20 districts gathered on Oct. ...

Village Post Office Safe For Now

October 17th, 2013
Northport Village’s Main Street post office isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. United States Postal Service (USPS) spokeswoman Christine Dugas confirmed Tuesday that any plans to move or relocate the 240 Main St. location, first floated last September, are on ...

Sagamore Saga Rages On

October 17th, 2013
As New York State Senate hearings on the potential closure of various children’s mental health facilities winds down, tensions are rising over what is left to do in the fight to “Save Sagamore.” Following a series of public hearings ...

LIPA Lights Up Voter Forum

October 17th, 2013
Could the last one out of Elwood Middle School please turn off the lights? LIPA, how to best deal with the utility’s lawsuit against the town challenging its assessment and whether the “Stop The LIPA Tax Hike” party is ...

Choosing A Highway Superintendent

October 17th, 2013
While 26-year incumbent William Naughton is saying his quarter-century of experience at the helm of the Huntington Highway Department makes him the best choice to manage the town’s roads, challenger Peter Gunther is just as emphatic that it’s time ...

Huntington Ready To Dine Again

October 17th, 2013
Dine Huntington Restaurant Week – October 13-20 Grab your knife and fork – the restaurant event of the year in Huntington, the dining capital of Long Island, is under way. Dine Huntington Restaurant Week is Oct. 13-20, 2013, showcasing ...

Side Dish

October 17th, 2013
JUST IN THE NICK OF TIME: Acacia, Huntington’s newest fine dining seafood restaurant (371 New York Ave., Huntington 631-923-2299) opened its doors just in the nick of time after eight months of work. Owner Michael Cassano and owner-chef Matthew ...

Playing From The Heart

October 17th, 2013
The 1.3-gallon ovarian cyst growing inside 19-year-old Hyeonah Kim weighed heavy in her stomach. Kim, a student at the Gracias Music at Mahanaim School in Huntington, was three weeks away from the debut of her award-winning piano solo at ...

Honors For Paramount At Arts Council’s 50th

October 10th, 2013
Despite drawing massive crowds of music lovers to Huntington village for two years now, it took a little recognition from a local not-for-profit for the founders of The Paramount to finally feel truly accepted by the community. The Huntington ...

How Sweet It Is!

October 10th, 2013
Christopher Daniels and his wife, Rhonda, of Centerport, are the first proprietors of a Chocolate World franchise, and it’s a sweet opportunity that came through Christopher’s military service. Christopher’s friend Joe Whaley joined the family business, Fifth Avenue Chocolatiere, ...