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The Southold Town Planning Board is moving forward cautiously with the proposed Tuthill conservation subdivision — four parcels totaling 112 acres in Orient — as archaeological research, evaluation and field testing continue to reveal multiple “historic remains” on the property.
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In this week’s episode of Closer Look, Times Review reporter Kate Nalepinski and editor Joe Werkmeister join host Grant Parpan to discuss the allegations against Riverhead High School principal Charles Regan, who is accused of maintaining and inappropriate relationship with a student.
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To cross the U.S. border on foot from San Diego into Tijuana, Mexico, is to navigate a series of maze-like hallways and ramps.
As visitors enter the U.S. from Mexico, they’re immediately greeted by a mall, as if transported to Tanger Outlets in Riverhead.
Reporter Tim Gannon and executive editor Steve Wick on Riverhead Town’s proposal to allow alcohol sales at South Jamesport Beach.
The controversial proposal will be the subject of a pair of upcoming community meetings.
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Times Review Media Group executive editor Steve Wick and content director Grant Parpan discuss the lobbying efforts of parents whose daughters were involved in the 2015 limo crash in Cutchogue.
We’ll also hear from two of the parents looking to see New York State pass stricter limo regulations.
Click here to read our reporting from earlier this week.
Two men were indicted for manslaughter Monday for allegedly supplying heroin cut with fentanyl to a Riverhead man who fatally overdosed in September 2018.
Times Review Media Group executive editor Steve Wick discuss the indictment and how prosecutors are taking a different approach to how they pursue cases against suspected dealers in overdose cases.
The four candidates vying for two seats on the Greenport Village Board introduced themselves and answered questions from the public at a candidate forum Monday night at Floyd Memorial Library. (more…)
More than 70 community members attended the first “Times Review Talks,” a two-hour panel discussion on the North Fork’s affordable housing crisis, at Vineyard Caterers in Aquebogue Feb. 27.
NYPD Det. Brian Simonsen was remembered as a hero at memorial services in Hampton Bays this week.