The Gershow Recycling plant on Hubbard Avenue in Riverhead. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch, file)
To the editor:
You would think that after running a highly negative campaign that yielded just 21 percent in last year’s Republican primary, Tony Coates would alter his snarky approach to Riverhead politics. But after having read his June 27 submission to the Riverhead News-Review, it’s apparent that Mr. Coates is doubling down on his pit bull politics. (more…)
Marco and Ann Marie Borghese purchased their Cutchogue vineyard in 1999. (Credit: Jane Starwood, file)
The tragic loss of Ann Marie and Marco Borghese has all of us who knew them reeling. My heart weeps for their family. (more…)
Jeff “Doc” Greenberger, a longtime Latin teacher at Riverhead High School. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder file)
I was in attendance at the June 24 school board meeting and listened to the thoughtful discussion regarding the possibility of hiring an additional Latin teacher to cover the overflow of students now seeking to become part of Riverhead’s excellent Latin program.
The former Long Island Beagle Club off Edwards Avenue in Calverton. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
About a month ago, the News-Review questioned whether a plan to offer land preserved through Suffolk’s Drinking Water Protection Program would be best suited for a motorcycle advocacy group.
Turns out, we weren’t the only ones. (more…)
To the editor:
The Town Board warming up to mixed uses at the Enterprise Park at Calverton.
Before we embrace mixed-used residential development at EPCAL, let’s remember why we Riverhead taxpayers were promised that there would never be any residential development in that zone: Every home costs the taxpayers more than those homeowners pay in property taxes. Our schools are already overburdened. (more…)
An adult deer tick, which are known to carry pathogens causing Lyme disease, babesiosis or anaplasmosis. (Credit: Daniel Gilrein)
“Thank God my wife is such a pain in the a–.”
That was how my brother Chris kicked off our phone conversation Monday, days after our mom had informed me he had been suffering from a 102-degree fever, yet still refusing to see a doctor. (more…)
The Riverhead Charter School in Calverton. (Credit: File)
A little over three years ago, when my husband and I made the informed decision to enroll our son at the Riverhead Charter School, we were confident that we made the right choice for our child. We reviewed all of our options within the public and private school system and found that a charter school education was the right fit for us. As the school year comes to a close, we as a family remain confident in that decision — even amid recent controversy. (more…)
Yard sales can prove to be quite the hassle, one reader discovered. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch, file)
To the editor:
Last week, I went through one of the most terrifying experiences known to man: a tag sale.
With the aid of a local company specializing in these things, I watched helplessly as literally hundreds of people descended on my house and garage, leaving what resembled the remains of a locust plague straight out of the Old Testament. (more…)