As the kids move out and careers come to a close, the next step for people is often selling their larger family home and finding a new place to spend their retirement in.
But buying homes later in life can come with a different set of criteria than purchasing a place for a young family. READ
The Shoreham-Wading River school board, which is in the midst of completing a $48.5 million construction project voters approved in January 2015, is searching for a new superintendent.
Planning director Rick Hanley looking over Lowes’ site plan for the former Suffolk Life building on Route 58 in 2009. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
After the Town Board abolished the position of planning director in December, the only man who ever held the position has decided to retire three days into 2015, allowing him to take over $6,000 in unused vacation time for the year. (more…)