It’s been 30 years since Times Review Media Group honored its first people of the year.
Published only in The Suffolk Times that first go-round, the list of honorees was top ped by overall Person of the Year Linda Graham. Ms. Graham, a mother of five and co-founder of the Southold Hospice in Progress program, had died just one month earlier in a tragic crash at the age of 44.
To get ahead in business you have to take chances.
That’s something Jill Schroeder learned at just 27 years old, when she opened her first JABS fitness center.
Now, nearly seven years later, Ms. Schroeder is taking yet another leap of faith by expanding her business into Riverhead with a new JABS on Route 58.
When my wife, Vera, first proposed having a yard sale, I gave her a one-word response.
The thought of dragging every item that no longer has value to us out of the house so total strangers can walk up and down our driveway confirming my suspicions that they have no value to anyone else either was just plain depressing. READ
On a December trip to San Antonio, Guatemala, Jazmin Carrillo and several friends took a group of students from Programa Suenos to a theater.
Never before had the children, some as old as 13, witnessed a live performance. READ
Even to this day, with kids, a wife and a home of my own, every single phone call with my father ends with the same parting words: “Be careful driving.”
I could call my dad today and tell him I’ve decided to move to a tree house in the forest, where I’ll live off the land and avoid using anything that runs on an engine and the old man would still utter that last line before hanging up.
Riverhead police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred at the Citgo gas station on Route 58 in Riverhead late Thursday night, town police said. READ
In an area where some farm families measure their lineage in centuries, new North Fork agricultural operations are launching all the time.
From Wading River to Orient, a handful of startup farms and nurseries plant or sell their first crops each year.
They start off with a business plan and a dream, hoping to carve out their niche in the agricultural legacy of the North Fork.
It was a night to remember for local student performers as East End Arts celebrated the best in school theater at its annual Teeny Awards ceremony at Southampton High School Sunday. READ