Flanders columnist Colleen Carini
Colleen Carini of Flanders will begin writing the Flanders/Riverside/Northampton column in the Feb. 4 edition of the News-Review. Ms. Carini invites her neighbors to contact her with news of the community. Call her at 631-594-8406 or email [email protected]
Note: The phone number and email address have been updated.
We know it’s a question that has sometimes kept you awake at night: Does that water body in Aquebogue, which runs north and south of Peconic Bay Boulevard — the one they call Cases Creek — supposed to be spelled with an apostrophe or not? READ
Marlene and Doug Bufkins of Southold, along with Nancy and Rob Leonard of Jamesport, have announced the engagement of their children Leah Bufkins and Michael Leonard. READ
My husband, Joe, remains at Riverhead Care Center for rehab.
There are certain things most everyone knows about Martin Luther King Jr.
They know he led the Montgomery bus boycott, marched on Washington and from Selma to Montgomery, and that he “had a dream.”
There are fewer people, as we approach 48 years since his assassination, that can say they actually knew the man. READ
On Jan. 30, 1968, about two months before Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, the Riverhead chapter of the NAACP invited him to be a guest speaker at its “annual observance of Freedom.” READ
There was a time when Lyme disease made artist Eva Haughie so sick she could no longer recognize her own work. READ
Starting this week, North Fork Community Theatre will present “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” Edward Albee’s classic drama where George and Martha host a dinner party, during which unsuspecting guests Nick and Honey are subjected to their toxic marriage, verbally abusive conversations and emotional games. READ