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Trustees Approve New Freshman Seminar

The Huntington School Board has approved a new freshman seminar. The program was earlier given a green light by the district’s...

Finley’s John Lourenso Participates in National Conference

John Lourenso likes all the things you would expect an eighth grader to enjoy. After all, he will be 13 years old in November...

Booster Club’s Annual Dinner Set for October 16

The Huntington Booster Club will hold its ninth annual dinner on Friday, October 16 at 7 p.m. at the Huntington Crescent Club...

Hailey Bengston Blazes Path through Huntington

When Hailey Bengston is around, you know it. The Huntington High School senior is one of the top members of the Class of 2016 and she has the personality to more >>


Capital Reserve Monies Fund Needed Projects

The Huntington School District continues to be well-positioned to pursue possible renovation and repair projects with about $8.2 million held in two capital reserve fund accounts...

Trustees Revise Tax Rate and Levy Downward

The Huntington Foundation for Excellence in Education is partnering with the John W. Engeman Theater in Northport to raise monies...

Blue Devil Girls’ Swimming Makes a Splash

It may be a transition season, but the Huntington High School girls’ swimming and diving team is nevertheless making a splash...

Blue Devil Band Captures Title at Home Show

Nearly a week of dreary weather finally broke this past Sunday afternoon, just in the time for the Huntington High School Blue Devil marching band’s home show...full story>>


Huntington School Board Notes

Huntington School Board members have accepted a donation to the district in the amount of $2,000 from the Huntington High...

Finley Honor Society Fights Breast Cancer

Nearly three dozen J. Taylor Finley Middle School National Junior Honor Society members were up at the crack of dawn this past Sunday...

Blue Devil Sports News

Senior Carlos Rivera notched a hat trick to lead the Huntington boys’ soccer team over visiting West Islip on rainy and windy afternoon, 4-0...

H-ton Students March Against Eating Disorders

An eating disorder can strike anyone. It doesn’t discriminate and it’s certainly no laughing matter. In fact, it’s an illness that can be life-threatening if left untreated. Jeannie Kopstein knows all this and the Huntington High School senior is trying to do something about it...full article>>


Blue Devil Field Hockey Strives for Playoffs

With little room for error, the Huntington High School field hockey team is striving for the playoffs. The Blue Devils will need to keep...

September’s Washington Ways Awards Presented

The new school year is off to a superb start at Washington Primary School, where more than 425 students spread across grades...

H-ton JV Football Evens Record at West Islip

The Blue Devil junior varsity football team edged West Islip last Saturday in an outstanding bounce-back performance, 22-19...

HHS Interact Club Gets Rolling

Huntington High School’s new Interact club is up and running, with a slate of enthusiastic officers and an ambitious agenda for its first year...full article>>


Huntington UFSD’s Long-Term Debt Shrinks

The Huntington School District’s long-term debt is shrinking. The current amount is among the lowest of any comparably sized district on...

Flower Hill Honors September’s Stars

It just might be the favorite part of Flower Hill Primary School Principal Marlon Small’s job. He loves to recognize students for a job well done...

Christiana DeLuca Paces H-ton JV Tennis to 11-1 Mark

Freshman Christiana DeLuca finished with a perfect 12-0 record in No. 1 singles to help the Huntington High School girls’ tennis team...

H-ton Football Looks to Keep Playoff Hopes Alive

They just might be the best 1-3 football team in Suffolk. The Huntington High School gridiron squad could easily be 3-1 right now if not for some ill-timed turnovers and penalties. The Blue Devils will take the field at Deer Park on Friday at 6 p.m. and look to keep their playoff hopes more >>