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Lady Tigers Succumb To T-Birds Offense

Northport entered last Thursday’s game at Half Hollow Hills High School East with high hopes for a League II upset, but it turned out that the Lady Tigers messed ...Full Article

Cops: Armed Robbers Cuffed

When a man wearing a ski mask entered the Tropical Smoothie Café in East Northport last Saturday, the female cashier working the night shift knew the store was in ...Full Article

The Man Who Literally Brought The Beatles To America

As the anniversary of The Beatles’ historic Feb. 9, 1964 performance on “The Ed Sullivan Show” approaches, a Huntington woman is remembering her father’s experience flying the Fab Four ...Full Article

Huntington Station Native Glides Into Olympics

Matthew Mortensen, a Huntington Station native and sergeant in the U.S. Army, will represent his country in a different uniform this winter as a member of the U.S. luge ...Full Article

New Home For Long Islander News

Long Islander News has returned to Huntington village. In the news group’s new office, the reporters now have a bird’s eye view from the top floor of 14 Wall ...Full Article

Put Me In, Coach; I’m Ready To Bake!

Lisa Basini says she was born a baker. Today, she’s made a business out of sharing her love for the craft with others. Basini, a professional recipe tester and ...Full Article

Knights Hang Tough, Remain Undefeated

In the second quarter of the John Glenn Lady Knights’ 52-38 home win over Shoreham-Wading River Jan. 23, there was a note of concern in the home stands after ...Full Article

PD: Man Busted Dealing Drugs

A man who went to a CVS parking lot to sell drugs—and not the legally prescribed kind—was arrested while attempting to sell cocaine in Northport last Wednesday, according to ...Full Article

Meet The Beatles All Over Again

With the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ historic Feb. 9, 1964 appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show” looming, a Lloyd Harbor resident is recalling her encounter with the Fab ...Full Article

Shovels Kicked To Snowy Curb

Ross McTyre, 59, remembers a time when a ground covered in fresh white powder meant that the neighborhood boys would take to the streets, shovels in hand, knocking on ...Full Article