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PD: Gunman Is Pol’s Stepson

The Fort Salonga man accused by police of shooting a 21-year-old Napper Tandy’s patron following a scuffle Sunday is the stepson of a former Huntington councilwoman. Steven Reilly Jr., ...Full Article

Golden Gloves Champion Dies

Charlie Gumbs, a Huntington fixture who shined in the spotlight of the middleweight boxing scene in the 1950s and 1960s, died Jan 4. Gumbs, of Huntington Station, was 84. ...Full Article

Thatched Cottage Files For Bankruptcy

Some would say the waterfront view at the Thatched Cottage in Centerport is part of what makes the 26-year-old catering hall so appealing, but owner Ralph Colamussi, who filed ...Full Article

Highway Super Makes A House Call

When snow removal workers failed to plow a Dix Hills cul-de-sac for nearly two days after last week’s blizzard dumped a foot of snow on some Huntington neighborhoods, new ...Full Article

Wrestler, 17, Was ‘A Caring Kid’

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 ...Full Article

Heckscher Museum Closer To $10M Expansion

The Heckscher Museum of Art, one of two Huntington arts organizations awarded state grants last week, has announced plans to put finishing touches on plans for an expansion. The ...Full Article

Rental Housing Up In Smoke?

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 ...Full Article

CPA Pleads Not Guilty In $817K Theft

A founding partner of the Johnson and Meyer accounting firm, based on West Carver Street in Huntington village, was indicted on Monday on grand larceny charges for allegedly stealing ...Full Article

Ruland Road Settlement Stalls

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 ...Full Article

A ‘White Christmas’ Miracle

One day after his 69th birthday, Joe Lonetto entered the John W. Engeman Theater in Northport Dec. 3 for an 8 p.m. performance of Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas.” In ...Full Article