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Breaking Ground On Senior Housing

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 ...Full Article

Debate Begins Election Day Sprint

With a week to go before Election Day, candidates for Huntington Town Board met with residents Tuesday at Half Hollow Hills High School East. At the Half Hollow Hills ...Full Article

LIPA To Town: More Time Likely Won’t Help Your Decision

Promptly five days after Town of Huntington officials urged the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) board of trustees to extend the Oct. 20 deadline of a settlement offer proposed ...Full Article

Sagamore Patient: They Understand Me

Sarah Scott, a patient at Sagamore Children’s Psychiatric Center in Dix Hills, had a full day planned of activities planned for Sunday, including a trip to the salon for ...Full Article

Child Hurt At Town’s New Outdoor Fitness Center

The injury of a child has dampened the excitement over a new outdoor fitness center at Elwood Park. The child’s finger was “significantly injured” while playing on the outdoor ...Full Article

Learning How To ‘Eat The Rainbow’

Eating The Rainbow, a nutrition program started by Chestnut Hill Elementary School parents, has become so infectious that even the school principal turned into an apple—for a day, that ...Full Article

Piano Man Billy Joel Plays The Paramount

Joel and the band rock The Paramount stage. He opened with “Everybody Loves You Now” from his 1971 debut LP, “Cold Spring Harbor.” In April, Billy Joel said he was ...Full Article

Hills Gets First Look At $1M Bionic Man

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 ...Full Article

LIPA Lights Up Voter Forum

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 ...Full Article

Choosing A Highway Superintendent

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, ...Full Article