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Knights Win In A ‘Golden Flash’

The John Glenn Knights’ 2014 wrestling campaign got off to a strong start Friday with a 56-17 win over Sayville in League VI competition. The Knights made four pins ...Full Article

Kehoe Won’t Seek Re-election

Northport Village Trustee Tom Kehoe, who has led and collaborated in efforts  aimed at strengthening the village’s business community, will not seek re-election to a third term, he announced ...Full Article

Museum Bumps Thatched Cottage Contract

New fallout from Thatched Cottage owner Ralph Colamussi’s recent bankruptcy filing emerged at the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum & Planetarium Wednesday night. The museum’s board of trustees voted unanimously ...Full Article

Chamber Members ‘Meet The Media’

All roads led to Huntington Station at the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce’s Meet the Media breakfast Tuesday morning. The hamlet was a focal point of discussion at the ...Full Article

Algieri Tunes Up For ESPN2 Bout

Boxing fans across the country will get the chance to fall in love with The Pride of Huntington as Greenlawn’s Chris Algieri hopes to earn his 19th consecutive win ...Full Article

Paramount Sets Stage To Pop The Question

A sold-out crowd at The Paramount cheered on a Long Island couple who, thanks to a crafty future groom and the cooperation of the band, got engaged onstage midway ...Full Article

Zumba Gives A Taste Of Latin Flavor

I woke up Jan. 6 and looked out my window. “Great,” I thought. “Here’s to Zumba on a rainy, dreary Monday morning.” But while I woke up dragging my ...Full Article

Tigers Sweep Tourneys

The Northport Tigers basketball team sank their teeth into the opposition last week when they earned the championship title at two different annual tournaments. On Jan. 4, Northport took ...Full Article

PD: Gunman Is Pol’s Stepson

The Fort Salonga man accused by police of shooting a 21-year-old Napper Tandy’s patron following a scuffle Sunday is the stepson of a former Huntington councilwoman. Steven Reilly Jr., ...Full Article

Fire And Ice: Destructive Combo

While temperatures were nose-diving to arctic temperatures on Friday, Jan. 3 after the first major snowstorm of the year, a rampant fire broke out in an East Northport commercial ...Full Article