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Theater Handles ‘Twelve Angry Men’

Could you convict a troubled teen for killing his abusive father? Even, if the death penalty was involved? That’s the situation facing an all-male jury in the Reginald Rose ...Full Article

IDA Gives Main Street A ‘Boost’

A county initiative designed to stimulate economic growth in small tech businesses is delivering a shot of adrenaline to downtown Huntington. That was the message from Suffolk County Industrial ...Full Article

Wildcats Tame Tigers With Swift Kick

Under the bright lights at Walt Whitman High School on Tuesday, the Wildcats and Northport Tigers varsity boys soccer teams produced a season’s worth of drama, twists and excitement, ...Full Article

You Are Now Entering The Fantasy Zone

Every week, managers of Fantasy Football address multiple decisions to their rosters. My goal is to take my 12 years of Fantasy sports experience and present an abstract view ...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

Residents Helped USA ‘Bake Someone Happy’

Huntington residents with a passing knowledge of the historic Kissam House on Park Avenue will likely think of it as a reminder of the 18th and 19th century era ...Full Article

Fourth Feeney To Lead St. Pat’s Parade

A former Dix Hills Water District employee will become the fourth in his family to lead the Huntington St. Patrick’s Parade in its 80th installment next year. The Huntington ...Full Article

Movies Still Magic For Italian Immigrant

To many people, movies are just a form of entertainment, but to Huntington resident and film historian Irene Eckert, movies are much more. “I had become a movie addict ...Full Article

Plan For A ‘Better’ Home

The partners at a new real estate firm in Huntington are promising to not only help you buy a house, but also to give you all the tools you ...Full Article