- What lists can and cannot do: confessions of an obsessive list-maker.
- The Open Meetings Law is diminished when town boards and committees don’t publish their agendas ahead of time. With no way to know what’s being discussed or attended to, who’s going to sit in on them?
- Eileen Benthal packed up her special-needs daughter, Johanna, her wheelchair and service dog for a trip to Manhattan to visit neurologists and catch a glimpse and be inspired by Pope Francis and his message of love.
Former school board member: ‘ashamed of’ board members who won’t support Family Community Life Center projectFormer school board member Butch Langhorn criticizes board of education’s refusal to support the Family Community Life Center proposal for affordable rental apartments and a community center.
- I’ve been working for more than 25 years to protect water quality and preserve open space. I’ve rarely experienced the kind and degree of personal attack as I have seen in connection with the application for expansion of the Kent Animal Shelter into the protected Core Preservation Area of the Pine Barrens. It has been ...
- Op-ed by George Goode: Richard Amper’s hyperbole about the Kent Animal Shelter is the kind of spectacle that’s made people lose respect for our political system, where a special interest group can tie our government in knots. Here’s why he’s wrong, point by point.
- Riverhead supervisor candidate Anthony Coates on the debate about immigration taking place in Riverhead Town Hall: “Hooping and hollering about ‘Illegals’ may get you some headlines and maybe some votes but what’s left behind is resentment and the ashes that can kindle a fire.”
- Our family is overwhelmed by the outpouring of concern, generous food and practical donations, helping hands, temporary sheltering, and monetary gifts. We feel very blessed to live on the North Fork where community values are apparent everyday. While people view our home with eyes filling with tears and faces of horror, we view it differently. We ...
- Riverhead Town Board candidate Tim Hubbard argues that the town’s code enforcement problems would be solved by putting the code enforcement division in the police department.
- When did ‘aging’ become a dirty word? Getting older doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy life, exercise, laughter, love and (yes) sex.
- Read Mary Anne Corwin’s tips for how to organize even the messiest of utensil drawers in this week’s A Place for Everything.
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