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Documents in ex-Suffolk DA’s corruption trial reveal county politics at their sordid worst

Thanks to the federal judge in disgraced Suffolk district attorney Tom Spota's corruption trial, we have a glimpse into how things work behind the scenes in Suffolk. It's not a pretty picture and hasn't been fully reported by the press. Column by Greg Blass.

Where was Zeldin’s outrage all along?

Anyone in New York State who believes Lee Zeldin to be a viable candidate to replace Andrew Cuomo should also consider the warning from Aesop, “A man is known by the company he keeps.”

Appointment of new council member is on today’s town board agenda

The Riverhead Town Board appears poised to appoint Kenneth Rothwell of Wading River to fill the vacancy left by Jodi Giglio's election to the State Assembly

Filling a vacancy with swampy politics

“…That’s not serious governing. It’s swampy politics.” U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Nebraska), Dec. 31, 2020 And that is exactly...

Town board will vote to select Giglio’s successor, supervisor says

The town board will appoint someone to serve out the balance of Councilwoman Jodi Giglio's term. Giglio was elected to the State Assembly and takes office Jan. 1.

Sound Beach Democrat tosses hat in the ring for Second Assembly District

Will Schleisner of Sound Beach today announced his candidacy for the Second Assembly District seat currently held by Assemblyman Anthony Palumbo (R-New Suffolk).

Riverhead assessor retires after 21 years of service

Paul Leszczynski of Aquebogue has retired after 21 years of service as Riverhead Town assessor.

‘A total Schiff show’: Zeldin’s remarks during historic impeachment debate

Transcript and video of Rep. Lee Zeldin's remarks during the House debate on articles of impeachment Dec. 18.

South Fork Legislator Bridget Fleming launches campaign for Congress

Legis. Bridget Fleming says its time NY-01 again has a representative who will get back to basics and advocate for the district.

College student, 19, announces run for State Senate

Skyler Johnson (D-Mount Sinai) wants a chance to challenge State Senate's longest-serving member, Ken LaValle (R-Port Jefferson), who was first elected in 1976.