Long Islander News

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Long Islander News
Owner(s)Required
PublisherPete Sloggatt
EditorPete Sloggatt
Founded1838, by Walt Whitman
HeadquartersHuntington, New York
Circulation7,000
Websitewww.longislandernews.com

Long Islander News is a local news organization that covers the town of Huntington, New York. The organization's flagship newspaper, The Long-Islander, was founded by American poet Walt Whitman in 1838.[1] It is the oldest continuously-published community newspaper on Long Island.[citation needed]

Currently, Long Islander News publishes The Long-Islander and Huntington Weekly newspapers:

Defunct publications:

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The flagship newspaper, The Long-Islander is available via subscription, and can be purchased in local stores. Circulation of The Long-Islander exceeds 7,000.

In 2016, the company launched Huntington Weekly, bringing readers more lifestyle and entertainment feature stories, and adding an additional 7,000 in circulation. [2]

Long Islander Newspapers' company office is located on Wall Street in Huntington village.

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