Two men were indicted for manslaughter Monday for allegedly supplying heroin cut with fentanyl to a Riverhead man who fatally overdosed in September 2018.
Times Review Media Group executive editor Steve Wick discuss the indictment and how prosecutors are taking a different approach to how they pursue cases against suspected dealers in overdose cases.
More than 70 community members attended the first “Times Review Talks,” a two-hour panel discussion on the North Fork’s affordable housing crisis, at Vineyard Caterers in Aquebogue Feb. 27. READ
NYPD Det. Brian Simonsen was remembered as a hero at memorial services in Hampton Bays this week. READ
Times Review Media Group government reporter Tim Gannon talks about the future of development in downtown Riverhead and a forum held this week on building heights in that part of town.
Click here to read our story from the forum.
Following their story on the final report in the Louise Pietrewicz homicide investigation, Times Review Media Group editors Grant Parpan and Steve Wick talk about what they learned this week, the questions that still exist and the conclusion of an 18-month reporting project.
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Sky-gazers enjoyed a rare sight Sunday as a supermoon coincided with a total lunar eclipse. The syzygy of Earth, the moon and sun caused the celestial phenomenon, but also brought unusual tidal patterns. These tides — the highest and lowest of the year — are colloquially known as the king tides. READ
Property owners with lots larger than 3/4 acre can build a bigger home in Southold than in any other town on the East End.
While towns and villages in East Hampton, Southampton and Shelter Island have set tighter restrictions on house sizes in recent years, Southold and Riverhead towns have not. READ