The town's cherished arts and cultural society, for years the benefactor of a generous economic climate, now finds itself in an era of uncertainty as a troubled economy and stagnant property values have forced the need for essential services and lower taxes to the top of the pecking order in terms of town funding.
For the first time in nearly two decades, the Town of Huntington operating budget will go into effect by default. With the Nov. 20 deadline expired and no preliminary budget approval reached, the — rejected 3-2 by the Town Board Nov. 9 — is now adopted, according to town law.
The second annual fundraising event, sponsored by the Hunitngton Lighthouse Preservation Society, drew thousands of people to the shores of huntington Harbor Friday to kick off the holiday season.
From the mall to Main Street, Patch goes in search of customers in search of bargains on the busiest shopping day of the year.
Two Lloyd Harbor residences were burglarized in October, the first residential burglaries in the village in a year and a half, according to Charles Flynn, the village police chief. Flynn detailed his findings in his monthly police report at Monday's Board of Trustees meeting held at .
Town of Babylon awarded federal dollars to develop plan to decrease congestion in the corridor. Regular congestion in the corridor recently gained the attention of the Federal Transit Administration, which awarded the Town of Babylon $360,000 in grant money, to study possible improvements to one the busiest roadways on Long Island.