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Town Urges Formal Parking Agreement

Huntington Station master developer Renaissance Downtowns is being urged to document plans to address parking concerns raised by the Huntington Community First Aid Squad before the town board considers ...Full Article

Turf Field To Be Named After Donors

Cold Spring Harbor’s board of education voted to rename Cold Spring Harbor High School’s main turf field after those who donated it at a board meeting on Tuesday night. ...Full Article

Housing Advocates Turn Up The Heat

With days to go before an anticipated affordable housing vote at Huntington Town Hall, advocates rallied Tuesday to urge the town board to ratify a settlement proposal that would ...Full Article

Squad Delivers Thanksgiving Baby

Most families in Huntington spent Thanksgiving evening popping turkeys out of the oven, but the Huntington Community First Aid Squad (HCFAS) this year helped one woman pop a baby ...Full Article

Little Footballers Hit The Big Time

It was hard to tell the young athletes of the Harborfields Youth Football team from the professional football players of the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium on Sunday ...Full Article

Harbor Club Re-Opens In ‘Prime’ Fashion

With their latest addition to an already formidable portfolio, the Bohlsen Restaurant Group is looking to the bring the best of their cuisine from Prime: An American Kitchen and ...Full Article

Man Killed On Train Tracks

A Huntington man known for his love of music, street art and his irrepressible personality was killed early Tuesday morning after being struck by a Long Island Rail Road ...Full Article

Whitman Shops Makeover Complete

The grand re-opening of the Walt Whitman Shops, a milestone 18 months in the making, has finally arrived. On Thursday, Nov. 21, the shops will kick off a four-day ...Full Article

HUNTINGTON Residents Fight Plans For Assisted Living Facility

Old Northport Road neighbors say proposal would destroy quality of life Residents of Old Northport Road, a street tucked away behind a busy commercial corridor on East Main Street, ...Full Article

Lottery To Be Held For First Avalon Units

Interested in being one of the first tenants in AvalonBay Communities’ Huntington Station development? If so, you’ve got until Dec. 16 to enter an upcoming lottery for 43 affordable ...Full Article