I was speaking with students in Aquebogue Elementary School teacher Bob Shilling’s fourth-grade class last week when one boy asked how long I’ve been with the paper. READ
Nearly 18 months after he was arrested for allegedly killing the mother of his two children, a Riverhead native was sentenced to more than 26 years in prison for the crime Tuesday, according to the Madison County District Attorney’s office. READ
A Jamesport Fire Department assistant chief was arrested Saturday evening after leaving the scene of a drunk-driving crash in his department vehicle, Southold Town police said. READ
Shopppers making last minute Valentine’s Day purchases were turned away at three Route 58 stores on Sunday after burst pipes caused flooding which quickly turned to sheets of ice.
Water could be seen trickling out of the front doors of both the Aldi supermarket and the HomeGoods store about 11:30 a.m. Sunday morning, after frigid temps caused pipes at those stores to rupture. The water instantly froze, causing a slippery scene outside the entryways. READ
My mornings start the same way each day.
Thump. Thump. Mama. Dada. Mama. Dada. (Repeat, repeat, repeat …)
This happens sometime between 4:45 and 6:45 a.m., pretty much without fail. READ
Paul Maffetone’s mission emerged from a burning need to share his pain. READ
A Riverhead businessman who was arrested in October 2014 on felony drunk driving charges after crashing his vehicle in the Riverhead High School parking lot with his child as a passenger, pleaded guilty last month, according to Suffolk County court documents. READ
There are certain things most everyone knows about Martin Luther King Jr.
They know he led the Montgomery bus boycott, marched on Washington and from Selma to Montgomery, and that he “had a dream.”
There are fewer people, as we approach 48 years since his assassination, that can say they actually knew the man. READ