I have been living on the North Fork for nine years and for many on the South Fork. I am in the direct path of the aircraft coming and going to East Hampton Airport. The residents on both forks have been complaining for over 20 years about this problem and it continues to fall on deaf ears.
A replica of the Titanic. A DeLorean from “Back to the Future.” The Ecto-1 vehicle from “Ghostbusters.”
Each year since 2010, when the first Cardboard Boat Race was held on the Peconic River, participants have amazed spectators with their cardboard and duct tape creations. READ
The scar starts at the top of Margarita Jimenez’s neck and stretches down her back, serving as a constant reminder of a fateful morning one year ago. It’s a mark the Riverhead native will carry with her for the rest of her life.
She embraces it now. READ
When something isn’t working in private business, you consult with your customers and staff and make adjustments as you move ahead.
In the public sector, that isn’t always the case.
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