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Joseph Pinciaro

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11/04/15 4:29pm


In the end, it wasn’t about how many, or which, political parties endorsed him. Or which didn’t endorse him. It wasn’t about how much money he raised or how many outside dollars were — or weren’t — spent through political action committees to back his campaign.

As with any election, it was about how many votes he received. READ

10/11/15 12:00pm

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09/14/15 12:23pm

Riverhead Move the Animal Shelter volunteers (from left) Richie Cox, Fred McLaughlin, Denise Lucas and Lindsay Reeve at Stotzky Park's Duke Dog Park Friday. They're holding tickets to the group's three-year anniversary benefit at Suffolk Theater planned for November. (Credit: Carrie Miller, file)

Four years and 50 fundraisers later, Riverhead Move the Animal Shelter is calling off the dogs.

Denise Lucas, who founded the nonprofit with the mission of moving the municipal shelter from Youngs Avenue to a new home, announced on Sunday night that “politics and dogs don’t mix,” and RMTAS would be closing. (more…)