Christine L. Tiernan
Christine L. Tiernan, 66, daughter of Charles Wallace and Louise D. Tiernan, died peacefully at home in Arroyo Hondo, New Mexico on February 19, 2017 of an apparent heart attack.
She is survived by her son, Maxwell Tiernan Muller and her stepdaughter, Sherah Muller, as well as her five siblings: Charles Wallace Jr., Richard and Timothy Tiernan all of Shelter Island, Carroll Tiernan of Scarborough, Maine and Susan Madrigan of Brattleboro, Vermont. (more…)
Marlon Brando and Matthew Broderick star in ‘The Freshman,’ playing Wednesday, January 13 at the Senior Activity Center.
Cinema 114 is back for the new year. We will kick off the series on Wednesday, January 13 with a warm comedy starring Matthew Broderick and Marlon Brando called “The Freshman.”
This 1990 film tells the story of the education of Clark Kellogg (Matthew Broderick) as he begins his first year at New York University’s film school. (more…)
JO ANN KIRKLAND PHOTO Julia Brennan is the Reporter’s new proofreader, reporter and editorial assistant.
Times Review Media Group is pleased to announce that Julia Brennan has joined the Reporter staff as proofreader, reporter and editorial assistant.
She replaces Archer Brown, who is retiring after 16 years. (more…)
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Art Williams in his backyard, in front of a shed that was once the office of Shelter Island Town Clerk Captain Edwin Baldwin.
Art Williams, who would become Shelter Island Town Supervisor in 2002, was not born in 1953 when his father bought the property on Baldwin Road that would become his home.
The family lived in Mount Vernon, New York at the time, but Art’s father purchased the place for his Manhattan-based parents, thinking they would like to retire here, and that the growing Williams family — three young boys and Art soon to join them — could visit. It came with a modest house, a couple of sheds and 500 chickens. (more…)
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Lions Club Citizen of the Year Jack Monaghan relaxing on ‘his’ bench outside Dr. Frank Kestler’s office on North Ferry Road.
Jack Monaghan is a man who can’t say no.
That’s why he’s involved in so many volunteer efforts and why the Lions Club has named him its Citizen of the Year, an award he’ll receive at a dinner in his honor at the Pridwin Hotel on Thursday, May 21. (more…)