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Village, Town Plow Through Budgets

Village, Town Plow Through Budgets

The piles of white are costing municipalities across the state tons of green, and it’s no different ...

He Was Fast, But Not Fast Enough

He Was Fast, But Not Fast Enough

Three seconds is all it takes to distinguish the winners from the rest of the pack in ...

Town Board Has Breakfast With The Chamber

Town Board Has Breakfast With The Chamber

Members of the Huntington Town Board got an early-morning workout during a question and answer session with ...

For The Love Of Scouting – And Chili, Too

For The Love Of Scouting – And Chili, Too

Everybody’s got an opinion about chili, and 16 entrants tried to woo the crowd at the Huntington ...

The Foodie Section
Through the brown curtains and past the hanging beaded string with its tiny elephant adornments, customers will find a counter and kitchen filled with both vegan and omnivore-friendly cuisine. Here at Northport’s Purple Elephant Market Café, in its third season, every menu item is free of GMOs, antibiotics and ... Full article

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The piles of white are costing municipalities across the state tons of green, and it’s no different here in the Town of Huntington and the villages within its borders. After three snow storms this year, Northport Village Mayor George ... Full article
Three seconds is all it takes to distinguish the winners from the rest of the pack in the mens doubles Olympic luge race on Wednesday. Huntington Station native Matt Mortensen and his partner, Preston Griffall, came in 14th out ...
Members of the Huntington Town Board got an early-morning workout during a question and answer session with members of the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce Tuesday. Held at the Huntington Yacht Club, the event welcomed Councilman Mark Cuthbertson and ...
Everybody’s got an opinion about chili, and 16 entrants tried to woo the crowd at the Huntington Elks Lodge to their way of thinking on Saturday as they raised money to make this summer brighter for kids in need. ...
Business News
The colorful cottage, located behind the bright yellow picket fence on East Main Street in Huntington, is a symbol that childhood dreams really do come true. Lisa Hodes’ career shift from corporate to candy cottage nine years ago marked ... Full article
In this month’s fitness adventures, the Long Islander News team has investigated all sorts of ways to get fit in the New Year. Last Tuesday, it was time for us to tackle the sweet science, harnessed with the purpose ...
Officials cut the ribbon Wednesday on the LaunchPad high-tech business accelerator, which they hope will serve as the staging ground from which new technology-driven businesses can take off. As elected officials, including County Executive Steve Bellone and Councilman Mark ...
Arts & Entertainment
For “Saturday Night Live” alum and “Half-Baked” star Jim Breuer, his upcoming March 8 stand-up performances at The Paramount mark a welcome return to the Valley Stream native’s backyard. And when you perform in your backyard, it means his ... Full article
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Sport News
On Thursday, the Smithtown East girls basketball team will enter the Lady Tigers’ den for the first round of the Suffolk Class AA playoffs. The girls basketball playoff bracket ranked Northport the seventh seeded team in the county’s large school division after earning second place in League II with a record of 12-2. The Lady Tigers’ playoff berth was ... Full article
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 with the wrong T-Birds nest. The Lady Tigers (10-2) took on the Lady T-Birds with plans for a Northport victory, but after a grueling first period — when Hills East ...
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 they were outscored 10-4 in the frame and trailed by 2 going into the half. However, any concern was wiped away when the Knights surged in the opening minutes of ...
Leisure News
Within the muted teal walls of Huntington’s Heckscher Museum of Art lives a collection of paintings that appear quiet and subtle. Like an owl perched on the branch of a tall and sturdy tree, the exhibit is calm and unthreatening. But, also like the wise old owl, these powerful paintings have seen times of social and political triumph and ... Full article
It’s Christmas Eve, 2004, but all is not “merry and bright” at the Palm Springs home of arch conservatives, Lyman and Polly Wyeth. Their ultra-liberal daughter, Brooke, is home for the holidays for the first time in six years. The family may be happy to see her, but they are also walking on eggshells. It’s not just the political ...
A local author will debut his first book for young readers Friday and use the happy occasion to promote literacy in developing countries. Huntington resident James Perez will discuss and sign his first book, “Maia and Icarus,” a mythological tome aimed at pre-teen readers, at 7 p.m. Friday at Book Revue in Huntington. The event and a subsequent after-party ...
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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 ...
Dr. Michael Posner provides a mind, body, and spirit oasis with his family-oriented Wholistic Wellness Center in Huntington village. Posner is a chiropractor, but his practice also offers acupuncture, ...
Billy Joel is feeling good playing to a sold-out hometown crowd at The Paramount in Huntington. How many music legends can open a show in Huntington with a hit ...
The Tigers football team may have fumbled on the field, but the school district community stood tall at last Saturday’s homecoming football game. Northport, the No. 4 seed in ...
There are those that say there is no love more sincere than the love of food; we would have to agree. So if you’re in love with food on ...
THE ART OF FOOD: A talented shutterbug has won herself a cocktail party for 25 in a recent contest hosted by Besito Mexican (631-549-0100 www.besitomexcian.com). Lauren Palladino, 27, of ...
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