The first Facebook comment we received on a story we published online last week about plans for a multiplex in Riverhead said it all.
Hindsight is 20/20, or so the saying goes. And few things make us look more foolish than weather. READ
Memorial Day also marks the unofficial start of summer and the barbecues are sure to be fired up this weekend. There is no better place to be this time of year than the North Fork. READ
Suffolk County legislators were considering pulling the trigger on a single-use plastic bag ban. But then, at a May 5 meeting in Riverhead, they stepped back to reload. READ
Page 3 of the May 17, 2012, edition of the Riverhead News-Review featured a pair of stories about the school budgets passing in the Riverhead and Shoreham-Wading River school districts.
Meetings of Suffolk County Legislature committees aren’t glamorous, attention-grabbing or particularly well attended. Nevertheless, they’re one of those events newspapers typically cover. READ
A quarter-cent sales tax already funds the Suffolk County Drinking Water Protection Program.
In the near future, 20 percent of all Community Preservation Funds generated from East End real estate transfers will also be set aside for water quality initiatives.
From time to time, farmer and North Fork Legislator Al Krupski will call attention to the image on the Suffolk County seal: an ox. The context surrounding his references typically have to do with highlighting agriculture’s importance in the county’s economy.