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Advocates step up COVID-19 vaccination efforts in Latino communities
The coordinated effort comes amid an uptick of vaccines arriving on the Island. Community organizers and clergy are also combating misinformation and jitters among some immigrants.
Owner of coastal Huntington home issued stop-work order
The order was issued after neighbors notified town officials that the home was being built beyond the hazard zone, a violation of state DEC rules.
Mandaro leads physical Longwood to Suffolk I title
The Lions forward scored 21 points and dominated the paint at both ends of the court in Longwood's 56-30 win over Whitman.
Social media star The Grubfather opens Huntington eatery
It's an Instagram-ready spot for signature cheesesteaks and loaded fries.New restaurant pickup station launches in Huntington village
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Jenna Stockfeder powers Whitman to semifinal win
Stockfeder led Whitman with 23 points, controlled the defensive boards and create opportunities for her teammates.
West Babylon uses late run to reach final
The Eagles used a 15-1 run that began late in the third quarter and lasted until the three-minute mark in the fourth to pull away from visiting Huntington in a Suffolk Conference II semifinal.
Huntington GOP picks town board slate, Smyth as supervisor candidate
The committee has selected town board member Edmund J.M. Smyth to be its candidate for supervisor, following Chad Lupinacci's announcement that he would not seek reelection.
Man finds Amazon packages dumped in Huntington Station
He said he tried to get the multinational e-commerce giant and Suffolk County police to help him resolve the issue, only to be rebuffed, although the police eventually agreed to take the 20 items.
Nordstrom Rack closing in Huntington Station
The off-price department store at 350 Walt Whitman Rd. in the Huntington Shopping Center will close this spring after nine years in its location.