About two years ago, I wrote a column entitled “Is Riverhead a Cracker Barrel kind of town?”
At the time, I was lamenting both the closing of the former Riverhead Project restaurant and an informal poll we had done among readers that determined Cracker Barrel was one of the five businesses they’d most like to see come to town. READ
The racial strife of recent weeks in the U.S. has reverberated in Suffolk County.
“I’m really pleased with the turnout,” said Vanessa Vascez-Corleone, an organizer of a demonstration in Riverhead. “It’s more than I expected it to be and it’s truly a multiracial crowd. READ
Spending more than $55,000 to fix up a skate park may sound like too much money to some people. Let’s face it, that’s a lot of dough.
In three weeks the world’s greatest athletes will take center stage at the XXXI Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro, a grand spectacle that will seize our nation’s attention and captivate us with unforgettable moments. From the swimming pool to gymnastics mats, a new group of American athletes will become heroes. READ
On Monday afternoon, Dallas Police Chief David Brown addressed the nation during a press conference about the tragedy facing his city and the difficult time in history Americans are living through.
Although we all are North Fork nationalists, we are part of a larger world. Really. This time of year, with the Glorious Fourth upon us, is a time to remember that e pluribus unum. READ
Unless pumpkins are your produce of choice, there’s no better time of year than July to purchase fruits and vegetables grown on the North Fork.
The blueberries are being picked, the corn is being shucked and the local cucumber, cauliflower and tomato seasons have begun.
Cutting down forests for solar is plain and simply wrong. It’s pitting the environment against the environment for no reason.