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08/20/18 10:00am

 

KELLY ZEGERS PHOTO Perry Gershon in June after winning the Democratic primary.

KELLY ZEGERS PHOTO Perry Gershon in June after winning the Democratic primary.

Perry Gershon of East Hampton won the Democratic primary in June for the 1st Congressional District. He’ll challenge Congressman Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley) in November for his seat in Congress. Mr. Gershon sat down with the editors and reporters of Times Review ahead of the election to discuss a few of the issues that are a focus in the campaign.

Here is a condensed version of the conversation. (more…)

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02/12/18 2:00pm
PHOTO: IM FREE IMAGES/STOCK

PHOTO: IM FREE IMAGES/STOCK

You see it everywhere you go. You’re probably even guilty of it yourself.

The “it” is screen time. It could be checking your phone constantly for a text message or email. It could mean falling down the rabbit hole of Instagram stalking. Maybe you’re staying up all night to conquer the last level of a video game.

Or it could be a million other ways you’re viewing things behind a screen. (more…)

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07/25/17 2:00pm
KELLY ZEGERS PHOTOA kayaker on Peconic Bay late last month.

KELLY ZEGERS PHOTO A kayaker on Peconic Bay late last month.

As the popularity of paddle craft — such as kayaks, canoes and stand up paddleboards — increases across the country, so have related marine incidents.

According to the United States Coast Guard, 143 paddle sport enthusiasts died nationwide in 2015, accounting for about 29 percent of all boating deaths that year. (more…)

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06/13/17 12:00pm
NICOLE SMITH PHOTO Kelp harvesting on Peconic Bay.

NICOLE SMITH PHOTO Kelp harvesting on Peconic Bay.

Early Thursday afternoon, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Suffolk County Legislator Al Krupski climbed aboard a barge and headed into the Peconic Bay. Their mission: to harvest sugar kelp, a type of seaweed. (more…)

06/06/17 10:21am
COURTESY PHOTO

COURTESY PHOTO

Since its inception in 2010, the Common Core Standards Initiative has met with scrutiny and often disdain from parents and educators across the country.

The system of standardized tests and its connection to teacher evaluation has been labeled such a failure by some that the headline of a December 2015 New York Daily News article on changes to the program dubbed it “Common Corpse.” (more…)