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.
Here’s an idea: Let’s open a pizza place, you and me. We’ll make it all fancy: red checked tablecloths, those wine bottles with straw on them, candles, pictures of Sinatra, the works.
It’s something you’re not supposed to do in polite company after a meal, but it’s actually something I can’t do at all.
Is it time for the major parties in Suffolk County to again initiate a cross-endorsement ban on election deals with minor parties? I say yes.
On Tuesday, local Democrats and Republicans can vote to pick our presidential candidates. Every eligible voter should vote and be heard. READ
Over the past two decades, I’ve learned a lot about animals and the people who love them in my role as executive director of North Fork Animal Welfare League.
“I plan to vote for Bernie in the primary but Hillary in the general election.”
I’ve been hearing that refrain fairly frequently from my Democratic friends as New York’s pivotal April 19 presidential primary approaches. READ
Here’s a prediction you’ll probably hope is wrong.
A marine researcher from Molloy College in Rockville Centre is predicting that a massive fish and turtle kill will occur in the Peconic Bay within the next week or so. Just like it was predicted last year. READ