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‘Knocking Out’ Drug Abuse

Backers of a new boxing-focused community center for teens are hoping the sweet science will help fight drug abuse and bullying in the community. Tammie Topel is teaming up ...Full Article

Men Wanted For Robbing CVS

Two men are wanted by police after allegedly robbing a CVS in Northport on Saturday evening. According to Lieutenant William Ricca of the Northport Police Department, the first suspect ...Full Article

Cilantro To Spice Up Another Village

Artie Berke’s philosophy is if you can make it as a storeowner in Northport, you can make it in Huntington village. That is his hope for Cilantro, a Mexican-inspired ...Full Article

Setting Sail For Santaport

If it’s the Saturday before Thanksgiving, it means that an old-fashioned holiday tradition is coming back to Centerport United Methodist Church. Their annual Santaport Christmas fair, scheduled for 10 ...Full Article

The Dix Hills Roots Of Writer Djuna Barnes

These days a lot of attention is being paid to the preservation of John Coltrane’s house in Dix Hills as a tangible reminder of the presence of one of ...Full Article

Interior Designer Inspires With Creative Flair

It’s beauty on the inside that counts, and Claudia Dowling Interiors in Huntington village has been turning heads in Huntington for over 25 years. The custom interior designer, who ...Full Article

Commack Football Heads To Semifinals

Commack football continued its undefeated season on Saturday afternoon with a first-round Divison I playoff win against Brentwood. The game was neck-and-neck until its last second. No. 1 Commack ...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

Sudden Closure For Costermonger

Costermonger owners Elizabeth Benson and Noel Dumaurier have shuttered the doors to their 139 Main St. business, often referred to as “The Barn,” in downtown Northport village, leaving nearby ...Full Article

State Ed Commish ‘Schooled’

According to 20th century philosopher William Butler Yeats, education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire. Whether intended or not, New York State ...Full Article