Flag over Main Street
In a fitting tribute to Flag Day, the national celebration that commemorates the adoption of the stars and stripes as the official banner of the Revolution, more than fifty Huntington residents gathered in the VFW
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One ringy-dingy, two ringy-dingy….
VT’s posting of a confusing after-hours recording on the Town’s Public Safety emergency line was corrected within 48 hours of our report says Huntington spokesman, AJ Carter.
Responding to our Monday (January 17, 2011) Continue reading Town Corrects Public Safety Emergency Recording
Menacing pirates welcome Captain Bob and the VT to the Huntington Lighthouse Music Festival
Me parrot will concur, the day was bright and sunny. While Huntington landlubbers was tendin’
Continue reading Huntington Lighthouse Music Festival Photo Gallery
The Conservative Society for action convened another tea party this past Sunday on Jericho Turnpike outside the Suffolk County Democratic Party offices. The intended theme of the rally was to support Arizona in their tough anti-immigration stance which has set
Continue reading Another Jericho Tea Party
Ron Cheselka of Bay Shore sports a Paul Revere hat and strong opinions about Steve Israel
The Conservative Society for Action staged a demonstration outside Suffolk County Democratic Party offices on Jericho Turnpike Sunday afternoon. Lower taxes
Continue reading Sunday Afternoon Tea Party on Jericho Turnpike
My name is Stuart, not “Stu.” But if you want to be a comedian, call me “Stu Pitt.” Ha ha ha. Like I never heard that one before.
Huntington has produced more than its fair share of talented storytellers.
Continue reading Stu Pitt is Haunted By Boo Berries
Patricia Shih and Stephen Fricker have survived some truly rotten gigs from hell and emerged smiling
Huntington’s Patricia Shih and Stephen Fricker are living a love story that makes beautiful music.
Continue reading Huntington Artists in Residence Patricia Shih and Stephen Fricker
Michael “Mick” Luckow, a 44-year-old Huntington resident, passed away suddenly this past Saturday night. Mick was an ever-present family man, always involved and playing with his three young boys. Mick was generous with his time when
Continue reading Mick Luckow, So Much Left Undone
Huntington Community First Aid Explorer Post 215
The Huntington Community First Aid Explorer Post 215 was one of the many groups to be honored with a proclamation at Huntington’s Town Hall meeting on Tuesday night.
Continue reading Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
Think these braces are expensive?
A group of local residents gathered at the Cold Spring Harbor Library this Wednesday with the Siegel & Siegel Law firm to exchange horror stories, console each other and join together to discuss a
Continue reading Crooked Teeth, Crooked Dentist