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Teen Cut Off At School Board Meeting

When time came for the public portion of the Northport East-Northport Board of Education meeting on Monday, 14-year-old Christian Ranieri was prepared with a speech. Ranieri, who is diagnosed ...Full Article

Small Pockets, Big Dreams

Picture this—a coming out story parody in which the confessor is not admitting his homosexuality to staunchly conservative parents, but is a vegetable-loving vegan revealing his secret to his ...Full Article

‘Boats Mean Votes’ At Yacht Club Debate

It’s an old saying in Huntington – “boats mean votes.” And it’s a point that Jackie Martin, the commodore of the Greater Huntington Council of Yacht and Boating Clubs, ...Full Article

Tempers Flare Over Cook’s ‘Gun’ Comment

Dozens of town residents traded verbal fire on the steps of Town Hall Wednesday over a comment supervisor candidate Gene Cook made last year. The explosive exchange came as ...Full Article

Judge Upholds ‘Stop LIPA Tax’ Line

A Huntington man with ties to the town Republican Party filed a lawsuit claiming that Democratic candidates’ Stop The LIPA Tax Hike ballot line is nothing more than an ...Full Article

Elwood Road Lane Closures To End Soon

A Suffolk County Water Authority project to install new water mains along Elwood Road in East Northport is underway ahead of a planned overhaul of the entire 4-mile stretch. ...Full Article

Town Unveils $185.2 Million Budget

A projected increase in mortgage tax receipt revenues and increased activity in the town’s building department are helping the Town of Huntington meet increased state-mandated costs, while also showing ...Full Article

Finals: To Common Core Or Not To Common Core?

To Common Core or not to Common Core. That is the question the Northport-East Northport School District is facing regarding the administration of the English and math Regents exams. ...Full Article

New Stars In Cow Harbor 10K

Running in his second Cow Harbor 10K, Fernando Cabada, of Colorado Springs, had his sights set on a top-three finish. He accomplished that – and ran away from the ...Full Article

In Perfect Harmony For Coltrane

Supporters of the Coltrane Home in Dix Hills are teaming up with Huntington village’s popular music venue The Paramount to drum up local support for a Manhattan fundraiser in ...Full Article