Southampton Town officials are seeking the community’s input on what features should be included in the initial design phase of the proposed Riverside Maritime Trail Park.
The first round of that input will be sought at Monday’s meeting of the Flanders, Riverside and Northampton Community Association, which starts at 7 p.m. in the David Crohan Community Center in Flanders. READ
For several elected officials from Riverhead and Southampton towns, the former Howard Johnson’s that stood at the south side of the Riverside traffic circle brings back memories of yesteryear. (more…)
The Southampton Town Board is planning to buy a parcel of land in the former “Flanders Drive-In” property in Riverside as a site for a new sewage treatment plant that would serve new development for the Riverside business district. (more…)
Southampton Police Chief Steven Skrynecki addresses Monday’s FRNCA meeting.
Police believe the shooting that took place in Riverside last week involved gangs and drugs, according to Southampton Town Police Chief Steven Skrynecki. (more…)
Plans to expand the Bridgehampton-based Children’s Museum of the East End into Riverside’s Ludlam Park took a few steps forward this week. READ
After changing its conflict of interest policy in February, the Flanders, Riverside and Northampton Community Association voted Ron Fisher back as its president Monday night. READ
The bathroom building at the Wildwood Lake Bathing Beach Park in Northampton was covered in gang graffiti tags and obscenities aimed at the police last week, raising questions as to whether there is gang activity in that area. READ
Being sentenced to jail is obviously a horrible experience.
But sometimes, being released from jail isn’t a great experience either.
That’s one reason a group of volunteers led by Kyle Braunskill of Flanders has been working both inside and outside the jails with people who have been released and now find it challenging to fit back in with the outside world. READ