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Unlike the contentious debate between the candidates for Riverhead Town supervisor, last Wednesday’s debate among the five candidates vying for two available Town Council seats was relatively peaceful and all of the candidates got along with each other. READ
Major party candidates in the First Congressional District and Second State Assembly district met for a set of debates at the Vineyard Caterers in Aquebogue Wednesday night.
Over 100 attended the dinner-debate hosted by the Mattituck Chamber of Commerce before the Nov. 6 election. READ
Taking on questions on everything from progress at EPCAL, downtown revitalization and town finances, the three candidates for Town Supervisor made their pitches for your vote at a Riverhead News-Review sponsored debate at Polish Hall Monday night. READ
Come January, the Riverhead Town Board is assured to have at least one new member for the first time in six years.
The Riverhead News-Review will host a pair of public debates this Monday, Oct. 19, featuring candidates for Riverhead Town supervisor and Town Board. READ
For ordinary citizens concerned with rising taxes, last week’s supervisor debate brought breathtaking explanations from incumbents about the Industrial Development Agency and its impact. READ
Candidates for Southampton Town Board said they will try to create a public beach at Wildwood Lake and improve sidewalk snow removal in areas like Flanders and Riverside.
But, for the most part, they weren’t making any promises. READ
Tonight’s debate between Riverhead Town Supervisor and Town Justice candidates has been cancelled following the death of Republican candidate Jodi Giglio’s mother. READ