Week in Review: Stories you may have missed

06/02/2013 5:00 PM |

TIM KELLY PHOTO | Republican Town Justice William Price addressing Southold’s Democrats, including party Chairman Art Tillman (left) and Deputy Chairman Bob Meguin.

If you weren’t keeping score at home, you probably lost track of just who’s running for Democratoic office this coming election.

A lot changed in the political landscape when local Democrats met to choose their slate this week. These links should serve as a cheat sheet to all the changes for Town Democrats:

Price accepts Democratic nomination for Justice

Highway Superintendent Pete Harris won’t seek re-election

Southold Democrats choose 2013 election slate

Domenici to run for assessor on Dems’ line

COURTESY PHOTO | John McManmon outside his family’s home in Aquebogue.

Attorney emerges as Dems’ candidate for Assembly

It appears New York City attorney John McManmon has the support he needs to run for the state Assembly seat vacated by Republican Dan Losquadro last year.

Suffolk’s Democrats left the decision to the Brookhaven, Riverhead and Southold town committees and on Wednesday morning Mr. McManmon held a mathematically insurmountable lead for the Democratic nod. Read more …

KATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTO | Police cruisers at Town Beach in Southold Friday afternoon.

Cops: Drunk driver left crash scene, got stuck on beach

A Queens woman was arrested after she left the scene of an accident on Adams Street in Greenport Friday afternoon and then got her car stuck on Southold Town Beach, police said. Read more …

Greenport Village Hall.

Greenport’s Section 8 housing program faces cuts

Greenport’s Section 8 housing program is stretched to its limit, prompting the village to take a close look at who receives rental subsidy assistance, according to village administrator David Abatelli. Read more …