Articles by

Elizabeth Taggart

05/20/16 5:00am

A stylishly smooth gentleman caught my eye recently, rolling by my line of vision at Shoreham Plaza. I caught up with Robbie Musiello, a SWR high school graduate (Class of 2013), who was skateboarding. I had commented that I regretted not learning to skateboard because I thought it was “a really cool way to roll.” Robbie agreed, saying it was his mode of transportation of choice. He’s good at it, too! He was traveling fast and even threw in a trick or two. It was nice meeting you, Robbie. Let us know all the places your skateboarding adventures take you. Safe journeys to you!

The staff at Wading River Deli wishes good luck to all the students playing spring sports! (more…)

04/23/16 5:00am

The First Grader

Wading River Historical Society will host a presentation, Thursday, April 21, at 7:30 p.m. about a diary written in 1854 by Wading River teenager Kate Dayton. When she was just 15, Kate wrote about what life was like at the time. Stephanie and Sid Bail will discuss the insights her diary provides about the hamlet as it was nearly two centuries ago. A slideshow based on the diary will also be presented. For more information, call 631-929-4082.

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12/03/15 5:00am

Wading River Fire Department

A press conference was recently held at Wading River Fire District headquarters, during which state Sen. Ken LaValle announced that due to the diligence and hard work of the present fire commissioner, Mike Harrigan, the district has been awarded a $200,000 grant toward upgrading its communication systems.

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