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The Tale Of Walt Whitman’s Stuffed Canary

A few weeks before the great Blizzard of 1888, Walt Whitman published a little poem in the New York Herald celebrating a “Canary Bird.” “Did we count great, O ...Full Article

Fireman’s Fair Provides 111 Years Of Fun

You can hear the smile in Margaret Kissane’s voice as she recalls a time more than 30 years ago when the top prizes at the Greenlawn Fireman’s Fair were ...Full Article

Hitting The Sweet Spot Since 1929

The Northport Sweet Shop on Main Street is one of the few places where you can really feel like a kid in a candy store. Since 1929 the small, ...Full Article

Welcome Back, Jack!

Closed to classes for three years, school opens to 150 student One by one, students trickled off the school buses outside the Jack Abrams STEM Magnet School on Wednesday, ...Full Article

The Price Of Being Late

Huntington branch delays: $9.8M impact The Huntington Long Island Rail Road branch won bronze in an inaugural award presented by the Tri-State Transportation Campaign. Unfortunately, it’s not an award ...Full Article

Kerber’s Farm A Growing Legacy

The re-opening of Kerber’s Farm marks not only the continued producing fresh crops and chickens, but also a longstanding legacy in town. Last Saturday, a Huntington native unveiled the ...Full Article

DWI Charge After Car Crashed Into Motorcycle

An East Northport woman who was thrown from her motorcycle when a car crashed into her remained hospitalized as of Tuesday, officials at Stony Brook University Medical Center confirmed. ...Full Article

Long Islander Newspapers Sold

A historic newspaper chain has found a new home in the hands of community members with a love for its history, reputation and potential. Long Islander Newspapers, LLC – ...Full Article

Last Call For Canterbury Ales

English-style pub shuts its doors after 36 years in Huntington village Ending the Canterbury Ales legacy in Huntington was not the 55th birthday present owner Billy Hoest wanted when ...Full Article

Jack Abrams School Readies For Rebirth

After being closed to students for three years, district will open STEM program next week For the first time in three years, students will cross the threshold of the ...Full Article