A Hyundai Elantra was struck by a Mack truck and a Nissan Rogue on Nicolls Road Monday in Holtsville, seriously injuring a Wading River teen. (Credit: Stringer News)
A Wading River teen was seriously injured in a crash on Nicolls Road in Holtsville Monday afternoon, Suffolk County police said.
Last night at the church where I am a cantor, I was honored when my priest asked me to sing a song to the veterans who served our country. I sang “America the Beautiful.” It is the veterans who have made this country great, fighting on land and sea and in the air to protect our freedom. I salute all veterans, now and always. (more…)
Michael Dobrolski and Susan Nenos of My Butcher in Wading River were envious to learn of my plan to attend the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe event on Oct. 25. From 1 to 4 p.m., Tesla car owners from as far away as Virginia gathered to show their Tesla models to all those in attendance. (more…)
Thomas Cutinella in his junior class photo. (Credit: Kelli Cutinella, courtesy)
We wanted to thank our family, friends, neighbors and SWR community for all their love and support during this very difficult time. We continue to truly appreciate the generosity not only given to our family, but to our football family as well. (more…)
(Credit: Suffolk County Crime Stoppers)
Suffolk County detectives are trying to identify a woman who stole a pocketbook containing credit cards from a cafe in Shoreham in August. (more…)
The Shoreham-Wading River High School tennis courts have been closed and locked since March after they were declared unsafe. (Credit: Joe Werkmeister)
A scheduled Dec. 9 vote on a nearly $50 million districtwide capital improvement project is now on hold while the Shoreham-Wading River school board awaits legal advice on the wording of two ballot propositions. (more…)
The interior of Mesquite Tex Mex in Wading River. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
The sign outside might still read Maryann’s, but as of Friday, there is a new Tex Mex joint open in Wading River.
Mesquite Tex Mex, Sound Beach’s hidden gem of a taco spot, opened its second brick-and-mortar location across from the Wading River Duck Ponds on Friday, according to owner Craig Scali.
“The response has been great,” Scali said from behind the new walnut wood countertop at the Wading River eatery. “I’m just trying to ease into everything.”
Read more about the new eatery on northforker.com
These October days are beautiful. Everyone has been enjoying the cool temperatures and the sunshine that has warmed the day. (more…)