Thanks to a bill signed last month by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, your beloved pet can now be legally buried with you.
The legislation allows New Yorkers to be interred with their pet’s cremated remains at nearly 1,900 nonprofit cemeteries around the state — provided they receive written consent from cemetery officials. READ
In the acknowledgements of “Etched in Sand,” her 2013 memoir about her abusive Long Island childhood, New Suffolk author Regina Calcaterra said her youngest sister, Rosie Maloney, had “her own story to tell” — and that she would encourage her to write it “when she was ready.”
Today, the North Fork is an established foodie destination. But in the early 1970s, residents were more likely to enjoy a hearty hamburger-noodle casserole at home than dine at the latest farm-to-table restaurant.
When British citizens voted in late June to leave the European Union, the referendum sparked fear in the global economy, prompting investors to sink their money into options long thought to be secure, such as treasuries. READ
Breast surgeon Susan Lee, M.D., possesses a dizzying array of credentials.
In addition to being a fellow of both the American College of Surgeons and American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and the New York State chair for the Commission on Cancer, the Southold resident was the first female president of the ACS’s Brooklyn/Long Island chapter. READ
Last summer, when students in Old Town Arts & Crafts Guild’s “Green Project Runway” class watched a film about the decline of monarch butterflies due to a loss of habitat, they were angry. They were upset. And they wanted to do something to address the issue locally.