🌱 Local pets available for adoption + hiring companies in our area

welcome all! I’m here just in time for Tuesday’s edition of Huntington Daily, which is full of all the community news you need to know right now. Today’s release includes:

  • Pets are available for adoption at local shelters.
  • Find out who’s hiring this week in the Huntington area.
  • A motorcyclist was killed in a crash in West Hills on Sunday afternoon.

But first, today’s weather:

sunny and cool. High: 56 Low: 37.


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I have a limited number of sponsorships available to introduce Huntington’s Daily readers to the local businesses they need to know about. If this is you, I invite you to find out more and secure your spot now.


Here are the top five stories of the day in Huntington:

  1. Pets are available for adoption at local shelters. Take a look at these adorable animals for adoption at Huntington area shelters. Meet Pepper, Adass and more this week. If you see a potential pet that catches your eye, click on their photo to learn more about them and consider adopting them today (Huntington Patch)
  2. Find out who’s hiring this week in the Huntington area. In our weekly ZipRecruiter collab, you can check out all the companies that are hiring locally in and around Huntington. If you see a job that interests you, click on it for more information and apply! (Huntington Patch)
  3. A motorcyclist was killed in a crash in West Hills on Sunday afternoon. Michael Boncera, 48, from East Norwich, was running his 2017 Harley-Davidson southbound on the roundabout bog road when it crossed over the double yellow lines in the northern lanes. He crashed into a 2016 Chevrolet Traverse driven by Catherine Cammarata. He was pronounced dead at Northwell Health Plainview (Huntington Patch)
  4. Meet Student Athlete and Patch Local Hero Joey Policastro. Joey was recommended by his mother, Tricia, and is a standout football player at St. Anthony’s. If you know someone who deserves this recognition, you can click the link to nominate them now! (Huntington Patch)
  5. Trainville Hobby Depot will host a model train display for the Oyster Bay Railroad Museum. The show will take place on November 19 and November 20 from 11 am to 4 pm, and the cost of admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children. “We are thrilled to partner with Trainville Hobby Depot, who coordinate or participate in many hobby shows that benefit the fundraising efforts of a sponsoring organization,” said Town Clerk LaMarca. “Helping groups that not only bring a fun and educational experience to residents of all ages but also help preserve our history in understanding the role of railways in our heritage is a great cause.” (LongIsland.com)

Today in Huntington:

  • Election Day – Elwood UFSD. (The whole day)
  • Liz George Massey Oil Painting – Syosset – Woodbury Community Park. (9 am)

From my notebook:

  • Huntington Union Free School District: big Aislin Francescovic creates block print artwork for the Huntington Arts Council’s “Nightmare on Main Street” Halloween exhibit. See the talent and creativity that Aislin has in the link. (Huntington Union Free School District via Facebook)
  • Huntington Union Free School District: three The girls’ soccer players won all-league honors this fall. The award was received by junior Reese Rinaldi and seniors Gianna Forte and Hope Bielke. (Huntington Union Free School District via Facebook)
  • Helping Hand Rescue Mission: there There’s still time to help feed a family for Thanksgiving at the Fill A Box charity through Helping Hand. Grab a chest, fill it with the items on the list, and return it to Helping Hand by November 16 (Helping Hand Rescue Mission via Facebook)

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You’re now in the loop and ready to head out the door on Tuesday! I’ll see you around.

Andrew Tesler

About me: Hi! I’m Andrew and I’ve been a resident of Huntington for 7 years. I have lived in other countries and states, and my first love is Huntington. I love health and wellness, traveling, stand up paddle boarding, and of course going to restaurants and events around Huntington!

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