Former New Suffolk School teacher Martha Kennelly, who has spent two years fighting with the district that refused to reinstate her when a special assignment ended, appears to have won her case that would force the district to reinstate her and pay back wages and benefits from June 30, 2015, according to the decision written by State Commissioner of Education Mary Ellen Elia.
Last weekend, my wife and I saw “Dunkirk,” a movie about an extraordinary time in history when German armies pushed all the way to the English Channel in their conquest of France and the Low Countries. Hundreds of thousands of English and French troops were surrounded, their backs against the Channel.
Surrey Lane Vineyard, which is looking to build a winery in Southold, is suing the Southold Planning Board, accusing the board of violating state Public Officers Law in issuing a letter requiring a traffic safety analysis, according to court papers filed in New York State Supreme Court on Monday. READ
Hi there, my name is Caroline Eng. I work at Dog Town and I’m the store manager over here.
I’ve been here for two years. My favorite thing about this job is getting to meet all the different breeds of dogs that come. We get to play with puppies and we have adults, so we have a whole entire variety of dogs that you get to meet and greet and learn about their personalities, also.