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09/16/19 6:01am
09/16/2019 6:01 AM

Traffic has been a hot topic on the North Fork in recent years. As we enter the fall harvest season, the issue is on everyone’s mind.

If you’re wondering what local officials are doing about traffic along our highways, you’ll have a chance to ask them at the next Times Review Talks. (more…)

08/26/19 6:00am
08/26/2019 6:00 AM

Traffic has been a hot topic on the North Fork in recent years. As we enter the fall harvest season, the issue is on everyone’s mind.

If you’re wondering what local officials are doing about traffic along our highways, you’ll have a chance to ask them at the next Times Review Talks. (more…)

07/05/19 6:00am
07/05/2019 6:00 AM

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How do local brick-and-mortar businesses compete in the age of Google and Amazon and when consumers are one click away from purchasing nearly anything?

Offering a unique product is one way, a panel of local business owners mentioned frequently during a Times Review Talks discussion at The Vineyards at Aquebogue last Wednesday. (more…)

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05/31/19 11:25am
05/31/2019 11:25 AM

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On more than one occasion, Shelter Island’s North Ferry Company has had to briefly shut down operations to deal with docking difficulties caused by rising tides. Applications in Southold Town for coastal erosion protection devices are on the rise. And flooding and puddling have become more prevalent in some neighborhoods in the last five to 10 years. (more…)

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05/02/19 6:00am
05/02/2019 6:00 AM

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With the spread of tick-borne illnesses reaching epidemic proportions on Long Island, more than 60 residents attended a forum last Wednesday to discuss the public health crisis and the measures being taken to safeguard the community. “Grappling with Ticks” was the third in a series of 10 panel discussions on newsworthy topics affecting Southold and Riverhead towns hosted by Times Review Media Group.

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04/22/19 6:00am
04/22/2019 6:00 AM

Tick-borne infections have reached epidemic proportions on Long Island — and the North Fork is often thought of as ground zero for such illnesses.  But many of the methods for controlling ticks are not cost-effective or limited by other constraints. Exacerbating this public health crisis is an expanding population of deer, which carry the harmful insects.

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