The largest of the Gateway Hilltowns, Huntington has a colorful history, hinted at by the town’s incorporation date of 1855, decades later than the towns around it. The town was assembled from pieces of surrounding towns, which were grafted onto the town of Norwich.

The present village center sits on what was the meeting point of three towns and two counties. Local features & businesses include: Gateway Regional Middle & High School, Littleville Elementary School, the Huntington Country Store, Moltenbrey’s Market, the Hunt & Hart Café (formerly River Cafe & Bakery), Gino Pizzeria, the new Comfort Kitchen & Bar, Gateway Farm & Pet, Historic Stanton Hall, and great local events & businesses!

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