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Developer Plans Look For ‘Seasons’ Housing Complex

December 20th, 2013
The Engel Burman Group’s plans for The Seasons at Elwood 55-and-over senior lifestyle community may be getting a major facelift in a new proposal for the Oaktree Dairy property. Engel Burman Group Principal Steve Krieger said Tuesday that upcoming ...

Wrestler, 17, Was ‘A Caring Kid’

December 20th, 2013
As his family and friends grieve a young life cut short, the Cold Spring Harbor school community is rallying around the family of Cody Taddonio, a decorated, four-year member of the Seahawks varsity wrestling squad who died in his ...

Rental Housing Up In Smoke?

December 20th, 2013
After turning down a settlement offer from the NAACP last week to end a decade-long housing discrimination suit, the Town of Huntington’s counteroffer for a plan for the Melville property may have almost the same number of units, but ...

Knights Talent Pool Continues To Grow

December 13th, 2013
The ladies of John Glenn High School’s varsity girls basketball team could have a few new tricks up their sleeves in the 2013-2014 season. The ladies, who fell to Harborfields last season in their bid for the Suffolk County ...

Tornadoes Recharge To Defend County Title

December 13th, 2013
Lady Tornadoes basketball coach Russ Tietjen said his team lives by a simple philosophy – keep the focus on improving and the winning will take care of itself. “Every year our goal is to keep getting better day after ...

Ruland Road Settlement Stalls

December 13th, 2013
Huntington’s Town Board on Tuesday turned down a settlement offer proposed by the Huntington NAACP that aimed to end more than 10 years of litigation and create 117 units of affordable housing on 8.1 acres along Ruland Road in ...

DA: Woman Pocketed $3K In Donations

December 13th, 2013
She said she was raising the money to help a Huntington teen with cerebral palsy buy a wheelchair-accessible van. But the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office alleges East Northport’s Maureen Myles reneged on her promises and pocketed thousands of ...

Town Urges Formal Parking Agreement

December 13th, 2013
Huntington Station master developer Renaissance Downtowns is being urged to document plans to address parking concerns raised by the Huntington Community First Aid Squad before the town board considers signing off on plans to build a hotel on a ...

Great Chefs: The Toast of Family

December 13th, 2013
Restaurants from every corner of Huntington and across Long Island converged at Woodbury’s Crest Hollow Country Club Sunday for the 21st installment of Great Chefs of Long Island, a culinary tour de force that brought delight to foodies and ...

Housing Advocates Turn Up The Heat

December 9th, 2013
With days to go before an anticipated affordable housing vote at Huntington Town Hall, advocates rallied Tuesday to urge the town board to ratify a settlement proposal that would clear the way for 117 units of affordable rental housing ...