Outside her home on Delmar Lane in Laurel, Laura Carrillo, 31, snags a red rose from a storage shed in her backyard. She brings it inside and places it in a glass vase brimming with blossoming red and pink roses. She ties a red ribbon around the bouquet and snaps a photo with her phone. READ
Nails never fails, or so he says.
Former New York Met Lenny Dykstra, a leadoff hitter on the 1986 World Series team, came to the aid of victims of a minor accident in Laurel Tuesday by calling 911, according to a video the former major leaguer posted on Twitter. READ
The developers of a six-lot residential subdivision proposed for 18 acres of farmland in Laurel will cluster the development so portions of the property can be preserved for agriculture. READ
A Riverhead woman who caused a crash that shut down Main Road in Jamesport Friday morning, was arrested and charged with DWI and leaving the scene of an accident. READ
A Jamesport man was airlifted to Stony Brook University Medical Center after being struck in the head by a tree branch Monday afternoon, according to officials at the scene. READ
Two years ago, Laura Jens-Smith ran for Riverhead Town Council. Now, she has her sights set on the supervisor’s office. READ
Ed Schaefer considers last Friday to have been his one-month birthday.
That might confuse anyone who knows the retired Laurel postmaster, who turned 64 in August. But to Mr. Schaefer, who spent 88 days in the hospital this year, it makes perfect sense: Oct. 21 marked 30 days since he received a heart transplant and his life began anew.
Land preservation in Suffolk County started long before 1998, when voters in the five East End towns authorized a 2 percent real estate transfer tax to support a Community Preservation Fund.