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YMCA Considering New Construction

The Huntington YMCA is ready to move forward with plans to construct a new building and parking facilities on its Main Street property. The new building would be a ...Full Article

Hearing Set For Hotel, Zoning Change

There’s a paved parking lot, and the plan is to put up a hotel. But first, the town will hold a public hearing on a zoning change that could ...Full Article

Dix Hills Revives ‘How To Succeed’

“Harry Potter” breathed new life into “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” when actor Daniel Radcliffe took the Broadway stage for the musical’s 2011 revival. Now, the ...Full Article

La Notte Left In The Dark

The floor is littered with shards of broken glass, the dining rooms are dark, and a health department notice was taped to the door of La Notte Ristorante in ...Full Article

Tornadoes’ Post-Season Runs Ended

In their first playoff appearance in the post-season in five years, the Harborfields Tornadoes had the misfortune of blowing right into a buzz saw. Their cross-town rivals, the John ...Full Article

The Fantasy Coach

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

Democrats Sweep Town Board Election

The atmosphere was electric at the Larkfield Manor Tuesday night as Democratic town board candidates Supervisor Frank Petrone and Councilman Mark Cuthbertson, stepped into the limelight for another four ...Full Article

Gunther Ousts Naughton

While Democrats swept policy-making posts in Tuesday’s election, the one they didn’t win might have been the most surprising of all. Conservative Pete Gunther of Centerport unseated Highway Superintendent ...Full Article

Crews Begin Leveling Sitar Site

The former of home of Sitar, once a hotspot for Indian Cuisine in Huntington, has been demolished – and just in the nick of time for the property owners ...Full Article

Residents Protest Library Hour Cuts

Huntington Public Library Director Michael Bogin in his 2013-2014 budget authored a new chapter for the public space by cutting Friday night hours from 9 p.m. to 6 p.m. ...Full Article