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“Humble and compassionate” NHS graduate dies in car crash, donations sought to help with burial services

Mar 21, 2023 | People

East Northport resident and Class of 2020 Northport High School graduate Leonel Lopez died tragically in a car accident early Saturday morning near the intersection of Verleye Avenue and Jericho Turnpike (between Larkfield…

Huntington Town Candidates, November 2023 Election: Democrat

Mar 20, 2023 | People

The Huntington Democratic Committee has designated its four candidates for the November 2023 election. There will be two vacant seats on the town board – Councilwoman Joan Cergol and Councilman Eugene Cook have both…

Latest pop-up exhibit highlights local artists and their works

Mar 13, 2023 | People

The Northport Historical Society’s March pop-up exhibit, “Northport Through Artists’ Eyes,” highlights local artists and their works. At the exhibit’s center is a newly acquired painting by Stanley Twardowicz, who lived in…

Northport resident Sharon Richmond honored with County-Wide Woman of Distinction

Mar 12, 2023 | People

At the general meeting of the Suffolk County Legislature on March 7, Legislator Stephanie Bontempi formally recognized Northport resident Sharon Richmond as this year’s County-Wide Woman of Distinction. Bontempi selected…

Village police officers recognized for quick-thinking and good judgment with suicidal subject

Mar 10, 2023 | People

Four Northport Village police officers received departmental recognition for their efforts leading to the transportation of a suicidal subject for psychiatric evaluation last month. Northport Police Chief Chris Hughes…

TOH and HABTF issue immediate response to anti-Semitic group’s “literature drop”

Mar 10, 2023 | People

Editor’s note: At approximately 2:15pm today, the Huntington Town Board and the Huntington Anti-Bias Task Force issued a press release detailing an incident involving a flier placed in a resident’s mailbox which promoted a…

100 Women of Huntington gains quick momentum in short time, makes first donation for $11,800

Mar 4, 2023 | People

Earlier this year, Elwood resident Heather Mammolito had a conversation with a friend about a new group concept – 100 women banding together to help support their communities in an act of collaborative giving. “Thinking that…

New heating system for Lewis Oliver Farm Animal Sanctuary

Feb 18, 2023 | People

The historic community landmark serves as a sanctuary and home to a group of rescued farm animals, including goats, sheep, turkeys, Annabelle the cow, and more. The farm, which dates back to the mid-1800s, currently relies on…

Winter boost: The Takeout Project now accepting donations for local food pantries

Feb 6, 2023 | People

The Takeout Project, a community initiative created to stock local food pantries with a different type of donation – gift cards to local restaurants – is back for its third year, this time running for just 12 days in…

Reflections on an old-time piano teacher, Gladys Fanton

Jan 25, 2023 | People

Born in Brooklyn to immigrant parents, Isabella Eredita-Johnson moved to Northport in 1960. She was one year old. Still a resident, she maintains a lifelong love of her hometown, and likes to reminisce about growing up here…

Fresh Starts Registry: Sisters empower those making life-changing decisions with unique platform

Jan 18, 2023 | People

For Olivia Howell, making connections is everything. She calls it her superpower – the ability to offer vulnerability and honesty to people in exchange for trust and, inevitably, growth. This is exactly what she’s doing with…

Support local: Next week’s chili fundraiser at Tim’s to benefit Northport Chamber of Commerce

Jan 17, 2023 | People

The Northport Chamber of Commerce’s chili fundraiser is quickly approaching, and Chamber president Janet Hoeft is hoping to draw a crowd. Sponsored by Tim’s Shipwreck Diner, the event promises to be a cozy evening of casual…

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