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Tornadoes’ Post-Season Runs Ended

November 7th, 2013
In their first playoff appearance in the post-season in five years, the Harborfields Tornadoes had the misfortune of blowing right into a buzz saw. Their cross-town rivals, the John Glenn Knights, knocked out the Tornadoes in a 5-0 shutout ...

Gunther Ousts Naughton

November 7th, 2013
While Democrats swept policy-making posts in Tuesday’s election, the one they didn’t win might have been the most surprising of all. Conservative Pete Gunther of Centerport unseated Highway Superintendent William Naughton, who was first elected to the post in ...

Crews Begin Leveling Sitar Site

November 7th, 2013
The former of home of Sitar, once a hotspot for Indian Cuisine in Huntington, has been demolished – and just in the nick of time for the property owners to avoid a hefty fee from Town Hall. A demolition ...

Raise A Glass To The New Wine Shop

October 31st, 2013
From the first day it opened its doors, the Cold Spring Harbor Wine Shoppe has had a bewitching effect on Cold Spring Harbor. It turns out that Andrew and Heather Rubenstein, of Glen Head, opened their doors Oct. 24, ...

Knights Pull Out Thrilling 21-18 Win

October 31st, 2013
A series of close calls and narrow escapes led the Knights to a 21-18 victory against Shoreham-Wading River on the road Saturday. “It was just a tremendous, tremendous win,” coach Dave Shanahan said. The Knights, who are now 5-2 ...

Developer Freezes Plan For Oaktree Dairy

October 31st, 2013
With compromise in mind, the review of an application to build Engel Burman’s 444-unit Seasons at Elwood senior community at the Oaktree Dairy has been put on hold. The firm requested that the town cease review of the controversial ...

Cops Break Up Warehouse Party

October 31st, 2013
A General Services laborer from Huntington Station who ran an unsuccessful primary campaign this summer to get on the Huntington Town Board ballot is facing charges that he threw a huge party in an abandoned Huntington Station warehouse last ...

Foundation Of A New Future

October 31st, 2013
Sunday morning marked the next step in a new chapter of the history of the BAPS in the Town of Huntington. More than 1,500 people from across New York State came to the site of the Hindu sect’s future ...

Breaking Ground On Senior Housing

October 31st, 2013
The developer of The Club at Melville joined town officials and community leaders to break ground on the 261-unit affordable senior community in Melville Tuesday morning. Groundbreaking on the project was the second milestone event in a three-day span ...

Oheka Condo Plan Under Review

October 31st, 2013
Site plans for The Residences at Oheka Castle, a condominium community to be built adjacent to the historic Huntington estate, are currently under review by the town’s Planning Department. The development is in part a vehicle for preventing the ...