: The Huntington school district's Board of Education unanimously adopted a budget Monday of $111.9 million for the 2012-13 school year — a 2.59 percent increase from last year.
: For the first time in 15 years, the Huntington Town Board approved a request for a state audit of its books — but not without contention.
: With a resolution to regulate residential bamboo usage heading for probable defeat Tuesday by the Huntington Town Board, the item was pulled from the agenda by Councilwoman , the sponsor of the legislation.
: A motorcyclist was killed at the intersection of East Jericho Turnpike and Park Avenue Sunday evening. Witnesses said the young man was riding his bike and collided with a sedan. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
: The Huntington resident's store, named New York Thrives, is taking over the space vacated by, which shut down this winter.
: With his last day scheduled for Monday, Huntington legend Richard Robertson, 87, will be moving on after more than 20 years with Touro Law Center. He currently works at the Central Islip location where serves as building attendant — but that's just part of the story.
: Two local organizations joined forces with other volunteers Saturday cleaning several blocks along New York Avenue in Huntington Station.
: The in Huntington has extended their free ticket offer to those who continue to help with the fire-affected areas on Long Island.
: Two girls basketball teams who made runs deep into the postseason placed star players on the All-State Basketball Team.