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A Central School District Divided

Although there was no special red tape marking which side of the auditorium Chestnut Hill and Signal Hill parents should sit, there might as well have been. A divided ...Full Article

Stars Shine For Coltrane Home

The stars came out for the first big fundraiser to benefit the John Coltrane Home in Dix Hills this past Sunday, led by guitar legend Carlos Santana. Santana, a ...Full Article

Attention Target Shoppers

Bringing 250 jobs to the Huntington area, Target swung open the doors to its Jericho Turnpike location, at the site of the former Huntington Townhouse, during a soft opening ...Full Article

Tempers Flare Over Cook’s ‘Gun’ Comment

Dozens of town residents traded verbal fire on the steps of Town Hall Wednesday over a comment supervisor candidate Gene Cook made last year. The explosive exchange came as ...Full Article

TD Bank Eyes Rosewood Inn

TD Bank is eyeing Melville’s Rosewood Inn and a neighboring parcel as a location for its next bank in the Town of Huntington – one of at least three ...Full Article

Whitman Shops Orders Up Italian Spice

Foodies, rejoice. The Italian restaurant chain Brio Tuscan Grille will open the doors to its Walt Whitman Shops location in one week. The self-proclaimed “affordable” Italian restaurant will offer ...Full Article

Town Unveils $185.2 Million Budget

A projected increase in mortgage tax receipt revenues and increased activity in the town’s building department are helping the Town of Huntington meet increased state-mandated costs, while also showing ...Full Article

Board Weighs Closing Three Schools

If you thought last year’s budget planning process in the Half Hollow Hills School District was a turbulent one, buckle your seatbelts. Community members learned last week that the ...Full Article

A Man And His Horse

What 21-year-old Joe Penzel can’t put into words, he expresses through action. The Huntington resident, who is autistic, won first place at the annual Hampton Horse Show Classic, and ...Full Article

In Perfect Harmony For Coltrane

Supporters of the Coltrane Home in Dix Hills are teaming up with Huntington village’s popular music venue The Paramount to drum up local support for a Manhattan fundraiser in ...Full Article