08/26/16 6:00am

Chet Ciaglo’s love of trucks began at a young age. The 44-year-old, who grew up in Southold, was born to a family of hot rod enthusiasts and his father owned a tractor-trailer business. Mr. Ciaglo said he has always been savvy and hands-on when it comes to mechanical work, so it only makes sense that he has gone on to make a living from it. READ

07/29/16 6:07pm


Jared Behr, curled into a ball on a bean-bag chair, rarely unclenches his hands on his own. The 12-year-old boy’s cerebral palsy makes him tense up, his grandmother June Behr, explained.

But now Jared — the son of Heidi Behr, a Riverhead EMT who was killed in an ambulance crash 11 years ago — has a friend to help. When Jared pets his assistance dog Zuko, Ms. Behr said, he can finally feel at peace. READ

07/17/16 9:00am


A large flash of light filled the night sky south of East Moriches just after 8:30 p.m. on July 17, 1996.

In seconds, 212 passengers and 18 crew members aboard TWA Flight 800, an international flight from John F. Kennedy airport bound for Paris, were killed as the plane exploded and crashed into the Atlantic Ocean.  READ