The prospect of defending a thesis to a panel of discerning advisers is enough to make any Ph.D. candidate sweat. Still, I’m willing to bet most of them haven’t done it from home, via Skype video software, just five weeks after receiving a kidney transplant. READ
Riverhead orthodontist Dr. Victor Grazina knows just how much straight teeth can bolster a child’s self-confidence. READ
In the North Fork’s competitive real estate market, attracting buyers is about more than broadcasting a home’s merits, like its sparkling in-ground pool or enviable water views.
As local realtors will say, the process can also require considerable research about a property’s history, sometimes making it necessary for them to delve back several centuries. READ
Paltry budgets. Aging patrons. Inadequate staffing.
Self-identified “problem drinker” Romola Hodas used to attend abstinence-based Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, but she stopped after deciding she didn’t want to give up alcohol altogether. READ
For the past 15 years, I’ve worn contact lenses to correct my nearsightedness, the layman’s term for myopia. During that time, I’ve noticed that laser vision correction surgery has become increasingly accessible, especially since many doctors now offer financing options for the procedure, which generally isn’t covered by health insurance. READ
Power was knocked out to an indeterminate number of Jamesport homes after a man’s vehicle flipped over on Main Road around 5:30 p.m. Thursday, taking down a power line, Riverhead Town police said. READ
You can enter raffles for everything from fruit baskets to concert tickets. Now, you can even sign up for a chance to potentially see Pope Francis. READ