Since 1838, Nobody Covers Huntington News Better Than The Long-Islander.|Monday, April 21, 2014
You are here: Home » Record » News

News

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

‘Wall Of Wars’ To Unite Generations

A single, 6-foot-tall black granite stone dedicated to the Vietnam War is the first of 12 monuments to take up residence at the Northport VA Medical Center. Called the ...Full Article

Services Honor Local Veterans

A well-deserving veterans was honored at Huntington’s annual Veterans Day Program and Wreath Ceremony on Sunday. William Ober, commandant of the Huntington Marine Corps League Detachment #792, was the ...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

‘Minor’ Issues Remain At Fitness Center

Ruth Albright was looking forward to working out on the elliptical machine at the Elwood Park Outdoor Fitness Center on Tuesday, but two things interrupted her workout. For one, ...Full Article

Billy Baldwin: Thanks For Meeting ‘Goal’

Getting Billy Baldwin to record a YouTube video thanking the Northport Cow Harbor United Soccer Club was one thing, but event organizers showed just how dedicated they were to ...Full Article

Developer Freezes Plan For Oaktree Dairy

With compromise in mind, the review of an application to build Engel Burman’s 444-unit Seasons at Elwood senior community at the Oaktree Dairy has been put on hold. The ...Full Article

Farm Dispute Continues

Commack’s Board of Education continued to discuss the controversy over what to do with Marion Carll Farm at a school board meeting last week. At the school board meeting ...Full Article