The house on South Harbor Road in Southold, where emergency officials were called following a shooting early Tuesday morning. (Credit: Carrie Miller)
A 16-year-old alleged MS-13 gang member from Southold was arrested at Southampton Hospital Thursday where he was being treated for a gunshot wound following the Tuesday morning shooting incident on South Harbor Road, town police said. (more…)
Nikola Tesla’s final laboratory in Shoreham will be open to the public for three hours later this month. (Credit: Tesla Society, courtesy)
You’ve likely driven past legendary scientist Nikola Tesla’s lab in Shoreham many times in the past.
And it’s even more likely you’ve never set foot on the lab’s grounds.
You can change all that from 1 to 4 p.m. Oct. 25. (more…)
A police officer investigates the scene where an SUV collided with an ambulance. (Credit: Grant Parpan)
A Riverhead ambulance en route to Stony Brook University Hospital was struck by an SUV in Riverhead Thursday night at the intersection of Middle Road and Northville Turnpike, town police said in a press release. (more…)
Vivian Bell, right, with her daughter, Catherine Smith, at Ms. Bell’s 100th birthday party in 2012. (Credit: Grant Parpan, file)
At her 100th birthday party outside Living Water Church in Aquebogue in August 2012, Vivian Bell was the liveliest person in the tent.
She sang. She danced. She hugged. She kissed.
“She’s the happiest person I’ve ever met in my life,” said Ms. Bell’s great-grandson, Ty Wilson, 25, of Wyandanch. “She has the energy of a much younger person.”
Ms. Bell, who was born Vivian Lenore Richardson, exhibited that exuberance right up until the end. She died Sunday afternoon at the age of 102. (more…)
Shoreham-Wading River football players at teammate Tom Cutinella’s wake Sunday. (Credit: Jen Nuzzo)
When the Shoreham-Wading River football team next takes the field they will be doing so on their home turf, a Section XI official confirmed Monday. (more…)
Howard Meinke (Credit: Meinke family courtesy)
The voice on the other end of the phone spoke in a deliberate manner, demanding to be heard.
“My understaaaanding is that you are the person I now need to speeeaaaak to regarding letters to the editor,” he said slowly.
It took just that one introductory sentence for me to realize that Howard Meinke would be writing me frequently, as he had my predecessors at Times/Review, and that he would command my attention. (more…)
The Riverhead Project in downtown Riverhead. (Credit: File Photo)
Some of the reaction to the news that The Riverhead Project has closed its doors has really bothered me these past couple of weeks.
I can’t say I’m exactly shocked by the closure. Nor was I surprised at all by the quasi-celebratory reaction from some of our readers. (more…)
The interior of Times/Review headquarters, northforker.com’s parent company. (Credit: Gil Amiaga File Photo)
When visitors enter our building on Main Road in Mattituck for the first time, they almost always marvel at what a unique office space we work in.
Built in 1988, and designed to look somewhat like an old potato barn, the building was intended to look different from most any other newsroom — both inside and out. (more…)