The racial strife of recent weeks in the U.S. has reverberated in Suffolk County.
“I’m really pleased with the turnout,” said Vanessa Vascez-Corleone, an organizer of a demonstration in Riverhead. “It’s more than I expected it to be and it’s truly a multiracial crowd. READ
When Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a $50 million “I Love NY” advertising campaign in June, the goal was to promote tourism and “attract visitors this summer to explore our state’s natural beauty, rich history and world-class recreational activities.”
Monday marks the one-year anniversary of the horrific limousine crash in Cutchogue that killed four young women and dramatically altered the lives of six other individuals and their families.
In three weeks the world’s greatest athletes will take center stage at the XXXI Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro, a grand spectacle that will seize our nation’s attention and captivate us with unforgettable moments. From the swimming pool to gymnastics mats, a new group of American athletes will become heroes. READ
That’s what cutting down woodland and using farmland to erect solar power systems is about.
Although we all are North Fork nationalists, we are part of a larger world. Really. This time of year, with the Glorious Fourth upon us, is a time to remember that e pluribus unum. READ
Unless pumpkins are your produce of choice, there’s no better time of year than July to purchase fruits and vegetables grown on the North Fork.
I can understand Greenport residents’ point of view that they have a hard time parking when they have to run an errand in the village and I also understand that they are taxpayers and deserve to be able to run those errands.
Nearly a decade has passed since Suffolk County adopted its social host law, which is aimed at preventing adults from allowing minors to consume alcohol in their homes.
Our family has been using Cedar Beach County Park in Southold for 30 years. As Southold homeowners for that time, we are distressed by the complete lack of maintenance or garbage pickup. READ