It’s likely that local drivers have noticed “Vote No!” bumper stickers and lawn signs around town, but what do they refer to?
New York State’s constitution requires that every 20 years the people decide if a constitutional convention should be held to consider amendments, according to the state Board of Elections.
The Butterfly Effect Project is now able to spread its wings even further in its mission to empower girls thanks to a donation from JABS fitness studio.
A Jamesport man was airlifted to Stony Brook University Medical Center after being struck in the head by a tree branch Monday afternoon, according to officials at the scene. READ
Cecily Jaffe was living in a cottage on Harbor Road in Aquebogue, a mere 200 feet from Peconic Bay, when Superstorm Sandy hit on Oct. 29, 2012 — and struck hard.
She had renovated the old home gradually over several years since moving there in 1999, fixing up a bathroom, taking out a wall and redesigning her kitchen.
A pole fire on Main Road in Laurel caused the road to be closed in both directions Wednesday afternoon, according to the Jamesport Fire Department. READ
Calverton Hills homeowners are suing Suffolk County in federal court over the need for a new sewage treatment plant that could cost about $7 million, landlords say.
The suit, filed June 30 in U.S. District Court, asks for a judgment that declares Suffolk County the owner of the Calverton Hills property and its sewage treatment facility, according to court papers.
A restorative justice program dedicated to getting community members into careers despite past convictions has made its way to Riverside. READ
With just over two weeks until Election Day, Riverhead Town Councilman John Dunleavy has not given up on a campaign for the town supervisor spot. READ