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He Was Fast, But Not Fast Enough

Three seconds is all it takes to distinguish the winners from the rest of the pack in the mens doubles Olympic luge race on Wednesday. Huntington Station native Matt ...Full Article

PD: Graveyard Thief Also Robbed Banks

He’s twice been convicted of robbing banks. Now, just three weeks out of prison on parole, Suffolk County police allege Dix Hills’ Max Schneider and two others desecrated Pinelawn ...Full Article

Town Board Has Breakfast With The Chamber

Members of the Huntington Town Board got an early-morning workout during a question and answer session with members of the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce Tuesday. Held at the ...Full Article

For The Love Of Scouting – And Chili, Too

Everybody’s got an opinion about chili, and 16 entrants tried to woo the crowd at the Huntington Elks Lodge to their way of thinking on Saturday as they raised ...Full Article

Huntington Station Native Glides Into Olympics

Matthew Mortensen, a Huntington Station native and sergeant in the U.S. Army, will represent his country in a different uniform this winter as a member of the U.S. luge ...Full Article

The Man Who Literally Brought The Beatles To America

As the anniversary of The Beatles’ historic Feb. 9, 1964 performance on “The Ed Sullivan Show” approaches, a Huntington woman is remembering her father’s experience flying the Fab Four ...Full Article

Three Arrested After Maimed Pit Bull Found

Three people were arrested Tuesday after admitting to abusing Miss Harper, a pit bull puppy found missing both ears and one leg, Nassau County Society for the Prevention of ...Full Article

New Home For Long Islander News

Long Islander News has returned to Huntington village. In the news group’s new office, the reporters now have a bird’s eye view from the top floor of 14 Wall ...Full Article

‘Freddie The Shoemaker’ Dies

Alfred Sforza Sr., whose career spanning nearly 80 years in the shoe repair business earned him the nickname “Freddie the Shoemaker” and established him as a larger-than-life link to ...Full Article

Meet The Beatles All Over Again

With the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ historic Feb. 9, 1964 appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show” looming, a Lloyd Harbor resident is recalling her encounter with the Fab ...Full Article