- Is ex-chief James Burke’s indictment the tip of the iceberg — a fragment of a broader federal investigation into ‘widespread corruption’ in Suffolk County?
- There is “damning evidence” of the toxicity of the chemical Suffolk County uses to kill mosquitoes. Yet a majority of the County Legislature votes each year to allow its continued use.
An ode to Abe: a president whose morality, statesmanship and tenacity truly made America great“With malice toward none, with charity for all…let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation’s wounds… to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves and with all nations.”
- In too many instances, we are favored with furtive antics from some (certainly not all) in OUR government whom we have hired to serve and share with the public. At question is how to tackle what’s increasingly clear: “We the People” are time and again, “outta the loop.”
In My Opinion
- As we strive for criminal justice and education reforms in New York, as well as solutions to the widening opportunity gap between the wealthy and everyone else, it’s important that we embrace his values and remember his legacy.
- The Riverhead school district should start a random drug-testing program for district employees.
- An insider’s view of the demise of A&P and Waldbaum’s and the impacts of Key Food’s takeover of the Mattituck store — from the vantage point of a 26-year employee.
- Letter of thanks from the organizers of the ‘Stock the Shelves’ event held at Polish Hall last week.
Letter: Democratic committee chair urges town board to cast wide net for planning, zoning board appointmentsThe chairperson of the Riverhead Democratic Committee urges the town board to “move away from partisan politics and seek out highly qualified, new members” for the town planning board and ZBA.
- On Christmas, let’s remember the things that matter most and cherish them in our hearts all year through.