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Congratulations to the Long Islanders 2021 People of the Year:The Person of the Year: Urgent Care Pioneer and MediCenter...
01/14/2022

Congratulations to the Long Islanders 2021 People of the Year:
The Person of the Year: Urgent Care Pioneer and MediCenter Founder Dr. Robert Scully
The Larry Kushnick Memorial Award for Community Service: Huntington Lighthouse Preservation Society Pam Setchell
Please follow the link to read their amazing stories.

https://www.longislandernews.com/2021-people-of-the-year

10/30/2021
Stop by and say Hello at the Fall Festival!🍁👋🏻🎡🍂
10/09/2021

Stop by and say Hello at the Fall Festival!🍁👋🏻🎡🍂

Oheka Luxury Condominiums to Complement the Castle
05/21/2020
Oheka Condos Moving Forward Again — Long Islander News

Oheka Luxury Condominiums to Complement the Castle

Oheka owner Gary Melius has new plans for development of condominiums on the grounds of Oheka Castle. Melius confirmed this week plans have been submitted to the town planning board for a scaled-down development of luxury condominiums that would overlook the grounds and the world-renowned castl

05/03/2020
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HELP LOCAL BUSINESSES

The Long Islander reduced our rates and are raising money to help local merchants and restaurants bounce back faster.

If your local newspaper is the lifeblood of a community, then advertisers are the lifeblood of the local newspaper.

The COVID-19 virus has decimated our retailers and our restaurants in the Town of Huntington. Whether they are getting ready to reopen, or are struggling with curbside deliveries, they need the support of the community.

There is an old saying, when times are good you should advertise. When times are bad you must advertise. Unfortunately, when you are struggling to survive, the advertising budget is the easiest to eliminate, but in the long-term, it will be the most destructive.

In this light, we at the Long Islander have decided to be proactive. To help individual retailers and restaurateurs advertise and keep the 182-year-old newspaper strong, The Long Islander will reduce the cost of advertising space from now until June 30, 2020. Please help fund the advertising dollars that will help our town merchants and restaurants come back faster.

04/24/2020

During this difficult time, complimentary past issues of the Long Islander newspapers are available at our office for anyone interested in catching up on local news, getting to know our paper better, or just enjoy some crossword puzzles to pass the time.

We have placed the last 5 weeks of papers (4/16/2020 and earlier) in a brown bin under the outside staircase at our offices at the Colony Workplaces at 133 New York Avenue located in Halesite across from TK's Galley.

We invite you go out for a drive, stop by and take a paper or two on us!

Must Read Critical Analysis by Peter KleinChief Investment Officer/FounderALINEWEALTH
04/24/2020
Market and Economic Conditions April 2020 — Long Islander News

Must Read Critical Analysis by Peter Klein
Chief Investment Officer/Founder
ALINEWEALTH

Market and Economic Conditions April 2020 By Peter Klein - Managing Director/Partner of Klein Wealth Management at HighTower Advisors, It was nearly a month ago when the stock markets in the US fell to multi-year lows – down 35%+ from the highs just made on February 19th. In less than 30 days the

Past Papers Available
04/11/2020
Past Papers of the Long Islander — Long Islander News

Past Papers Available

During this difficult time, complimentary past issues of the Long Islander newspapers are available at our office for anyone interested in catching up on local news, getting to know our paper better, or just enjoy some crossword puzzles to pass the time. We have placed the last 5 weeks of papers

Melville Volunteer Fire Department
04/07/2020

Melville Volunteer Fire Department

With deep regret, the Chief’s Office reports the untimely passing of 32-year Company 3 member, Robert Schmitt, MFD Badge # 376.
The Chiefs, Officers and members extend our deepest sympathies to Robbie’s friends and family, both blood and blue.
Rest easy, sir; We have the watch from here.

COVID-19 Cases - Get the most up to date information
04/03/2020
Suffolk County COVID Case Tracker Now Available — Long Islander News

COVID-19 Cases - Get the most up to date information

Thank you to Suffolk County Legislator Dr. William Spencer for providing the lick to Suffolk County COVID-19 tracking site. Spencer feels that an educated public is the best way to defeat this pandemic. Spencer said Suffolk County and Huntington Town officials reacted immediately when seeing the sp

We posted many links to our area restaurants who are providing "to-go" service. If you know of a restaurant who is tryin...
03/23/2020
Dine Huntington - To Go — Long Islander News

We posted many links to our area restaurants who are providing "to-go" service. If you know of a restaurant who is trying to stay open and give roadside pickup and they are not listed - PLEASE email us at [email protected] and we will reach out to them.
All restaurants are welcome to post their menu or website free of charge.
We are all in this together and as a community we will get through it.

Many of us who frequent the excellent restaurants in and around our town and villages will miss the camaraderie with the owners, staff and other patrons of these fine dining establishments during this difficult time of isolation. Restaurants are faced with mandatory closures to their dine-in busines...

COVID-19 UPDATE - spreading in Huntington.
03/18/2020
COVID-19: UPDATE 3/18 — Long Islander News

COVID-19 UPDATE - spreading in Huntington.

3/18 5pm Important information is provided from the CDC, NYS Department of Health and County Government as well as interviews with Suffolk County Legislator William “Doc” Spencer, M.D. and Robert Scully, M.D., Chief Medical Officer of Medicenter in Huntington Station and Northport, UPDATE: Accor

Great leadership demonstrated in uncertain times.
03/18/2020

Great leadership demonstrated in uncertain times.

Hope everyone is doing well during these interesting times. Six Harbors wants to thank you for making our little place part of the community. Now is the time to shine, give back and work together. Starting today (12-6pm, our new hours), we are beginning our curbside and delivery service (631-470-1560) If you provide a can of food or a non perishable item, we will take $2 off your order. “We never stand so tall when we stoop to help another”. Items will be donated to local charities. Thank you and stay safe. We will get passed this. #beerstagram #drinklocal #shoplocal #curbsidepickup #delivery #huntingtonny #huntingtonchamberny #workingtogether #usastrong #1653foundation #huntingtontownshipbusinesscouncil #huntingtontownshipfiredept

Long Island Testing Facility open to make appointment.
03/17/2020
COVID-19: UPDATE 3/16 — Long Islander News

Long Island Testing Facility open to make appointment.

3/16 9pm Important information is provided from the CDC, NYS Department of Health and County Government as well as interviews with Suffolk County Legislator William “Doc” Spencer, M.D. and Robert Scully, M.D., Chief Medical Officer of Medicenter in Huntington Station and Northport, According to

Boutique Hotel?
03/16/2020
Protestors Object To Hotel’s Hampton Inn Switch — Long Islander News

Boutique Hotel?

A crowd of speakers endured a lengthy town board meeting Tuesday and made it even lengthier as they lined up to take their turns at the microphone and urged the board to withhold approval needed for development of the old town hall as a hotel. The board was scheduled to vote on is- suing a certifi

Big Shot Earns Another Brick For Vets — Long Islander News
11/19/2019
Big Shot Earns Another Brick For Vets — Long Islander News

Big Shot Earns Another Brick For Vets — Long Islander News

There’s a tradition at The Paramount: every headliner who performs there is presented on show night with a brick. The brick is custom engraved with the name of the act, and the date they played the venue. An odd tradition, perhaps. It’s a play on the Pink Floyd lyrics from The Wall. Every perfor...

Blue Devil Marching Band Places Fifth In State — Long Islander News
11/18/2019
Blue Devil Marching Band Places Fifth In State — Long Islander News

Blue Devil Marching Band Places Fifth In State — Long Islander News

Huntington High School’s Blue Devil marching band wrapped up its competitive season with a fifth place finish in the New York State Field Band Conference championships in Syracuse last week. Huntington competed against some very strong bands. Huntington scored 85.15 at the championships, trailing

Piccolo: Always Hitting The High Notes — Long Islander News
11/18/2019
Piccolo: Always Hitting The High Notes — Long Islander News

Piccolo: Always Hitting The High Notes — Long Islander News

When you walk into Piccolo’s in Huntington, you will be warmly welcomed and made to feel at home. The casually elegant setting may seem to be a paradox of terms, but it is a good description of the friendly atmosphere created by the staff coupled with their expertise in fine dining. Whether you ar...

Town Races Projected Winners
11/06/2019
Town Race Projections — Long Islander News

Town Races Projected Winners

Town Clerk: Andrew Raia ( 58%) projected winner against Simon Saks (42%) Town Receiver of Taxes: Jillian Guthman (52%) projected to win re-election against Stacy Colamussi (48%) Town Council: Joan Cergol (26.00%) and Eugene Cook (24.81%) projected to both win re-election against challenger

Election Update
11/06/2019
Suffolk County Legislature Projections 2019 — Long Islander News

Election Update

Long Islander News is making the following projections: With 88% of the vote in, Susan Berland (54%) will will re-election in the Suffolk County Legislative District 17 over challenger Gavilla (46%) With 98% of the vote in, Tom Donnelly (63%) will will re-election in the Suffolk County Legislative

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Congratulations to the Long Islanders 2021 People of the Year: The Person of the Year: Urgent Care Pioneer and MediCenter Founder Dr. Robert Scully The Larry Kushnick Memorial Award for Community Service: Huntington Lighthouse Preservation Society Pam Setchell Please follow the link to read their amazing stories. https://www.longislandernews.com/2021-people-of-the-year
Stop by and say Hello at the Fall Festival!🍁👋🏻🎡🍂
Oheka Luxury Condominiums to Complement the Castle
Help Our Merchants, Restaurants and Oldest Newspaper
The Power Of Music Cannot Be Underrated.
HELP LOCAL BUSINESSES The Long Islander reduced our rates and are raising money to help local merchants and restaurants bounce back faster. If your local newspaper is the lifeblood of a community, then advertisers are the lifeblood of the local newspaper. The COVID-19 virus has decimated our retailers and our restaurants in the Town of Huntington. Whether they are getting ready to reopen, or are struggling with curbside deliveries, they need the support of the community. There is an old saying, when times are good you should advertise. When times are bad you must advertise. Unfortunately, when you are struggling to survive, the advertising budget is the easiest to eliminate, but in the long-term, it will be the most destructive. In this light, we at the Long Islander have decided to be proactive. To help individual retailers and restaurateurs advertise and keep the 182-year-old newspaper strong, The Long Islander will reduce the cost of advertising space from now until June 30, 2020. Please help fund the advertising dollars that will help our town merchants and restaurants come back faster.
During this difficult time, complimentary past issues of the Long Islander newspapers are available at our office for anyone interested in catching up on local news, getting to know our paper better, or just enjoy some crossword puzzles to pass the time. We have placed the last 5 weeks of papers (4/16/2020 and earlier) in a brown bin under the outside staircase at our offices at the Colony Workplaces at 133 New York Avenue located in Halesite across from TK's Galley. We invite you go out for a drive, stop by and take a paper or two on us!
Must Read Critical Analysis by Peter Klein Chief Investment Officer/Founder ALINEWEALTH
Past Papers Available
COVID-19 Cases - Get the most up to date information
A Message From Huntington Hospital