Huntington had a busy week; here are a few of the things you may have missed.
The fishing boat Noli Eileen was raised from the waters of Huntington Harbor Monday. The town said that the boat, which sank July 5, was raised by its owner, Peter Gens of Kings Park.
A Huntington Station man was critically injured early Saturday when he was struck by a hit-and-run driver on New York Avenue. Jose Colato was riding his bicycle north on New York Avenue, when he was struck by an SUV also traveling north.
A Huntington resident is the second Suffolk County resident to contract the West Nile virus this year, the county health department said Thursday.
The case involves a Town of Huntington resident, over 55 years of age, who experienced fever, headache, weakness, altered mental status and shortness of breath and was hospitalized earlier this month. The patient is recovering at home.
For privacy reasons, the department provides only limited details about cases.
The Sept.7 season opener between football and was already shaping up to the biggest in school history. Now it's taking on even more prominence.
MSG Varsity announced Tuesday it will broadcast the game live.
Two new exhibits, Robert S. Neuman’s "Ship to Paradise" and "Absorbed by Color: Art in the 20th Century," are on view at the .