I am writing in response to the News-Review’s recent editorial entitled “County Planning ‘Alliance’ Should Be Put On Hold.” The editorial is correct in saying that while the measure has good intentions, it should be tabled until the proposal is more fine-tuned. READ
The Town elections are in the history books and whether you are a Democrat or a Republican, what should trouble us all, is how few people voted this year. Each November less and less voters come to the polls. Part of the reason is people don’t feel they can make a difference. READ
The following are a collection of letters that ran in the Nov. 26 edition of the Riverhead News-Review: READ
I just want to give my heartfelt thank-you to all of Riverhead. The Brendan House is almost done and 12 patients will be treated with great care for traumatic brain injury. READ
I was disturbed to read two health-related articles in the News-Review last week: one involving the charges against and the other concerning the state’s shutdown of Health Republic, an insurance company. READ
Federal agents with the Drug Enforcement Agency recently — with bigger things to come. READ
With a tentative OK from Riverhead officials agreeing to put Suffolk County’s first “medical marijuana dispensary” on East Main Street, what part of this do the residents of Millbrook Gables seem to not understand?
The remains of the Dalecki family home in Wading River in the days following a February 2014 fire. (Credit: Paul Squire, file)
We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to the Riverhead building department and water district employees who did everything in their power to help us rebuild and move back into the home we lost to a devastating fire 19 months ago.