Donna Elmore describes her work as “black art.”
Why? Well, that’s simple.
“Because all of the people in it are black,” she said. READ
My husband, Joe, remains at Riverhead Care Center for rehab.
There are certain things most everyone knows about Martin Luther King Jr.
They know he led the Montgomery bus boycott, marched on Washington and from Selma to Montgomery, and that he “had a dream.”
There are fewer people, as we approach 48 years since his assassination, that can say they actually knew the man. READ
Veritas Rebekah Lodge 167 held a chinese auction in September to benefit the North Fork Breast Health Coalition, local food pantries and Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child.
When Riverhead Councilman John Dunleavy joined the Navy in 1957, the country was in a peaceful lull between the Korean and Vietnam Wars.
For years, Aquebogue resident Peter Van Dercreek had his photography students enter in the annual Photo Show contest hosted by the Friends of Riverhead Free Library.
The recent release of Harper Lee’s novel “Go Set a Watchman” has piqued the interest of library patrons across Suffolk County — where every copy of the book has been checked out and over 700 people are on waiting lists.