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
Incumbent Riverhead Supervisor Sean Walter finished first in a three-way horse race, finishing Election Night with an unofficial 436-vote lead over Republican challenger Jodi Giglio. (more…)
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Before this year, I hadn’t used public transportation regularly as part of my commute since my Boston days — six years ago, back before I moved to Long Island. That all changed a couple months ago, when a medical event took away my driving privileges. READ
The National Weather Service has issued a coastal flood advisory for the western Peconic Bay area from 1 p.m. through 6 p.m. tomorrow.
According to the NWS, “onshore winds and tides will combine to generate flooding of low areas along the shore” in the region. READ
Two women and an infant were taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after their SUV flipped over on Route 105 this morning in Southampton. (more…)
A state Supreme Court Judge dismissed a lawsuit last week filed by Town Assessor Mason Haas, which sought to overturn a town law enacted earlier this summer that prevented a political party chairman from also holding elective office. READ
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…)