Articles by

Richard Lomuscio

06/12/19 4:30pm

June is National Safety Month.

Did you know that June is National Safety Month? Well I did not until Senior Center Director Laurie Fanelli gave me lots of literature about what we should do.

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06/07/19 2:00pm

COURTESY PHOTO A team member of the Eco-Photo Explorers geared up for deep-sea diving to search for a sunken ship in local waters.

The wreck of the USS Ohio sits on the bottom off Conklin’s Point in Southold, right where the North Ferry used to cross many years ago. (more…)

06/06/19 8:00am

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Sculptor Mary Anne Moy and her African parrots Ito and Faust.

As I sat soaking up the sun last week at Shell Beach, I heard some rustling around the wrapping on my sandwich. Some small pooch was trying to have a snack. Before I could complain, the dog’s owner came by and apologized. I rose from my beach chair and noticed that she was camped out some 100 feet from me with two parrots.

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05/30/19 8:00am

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Summer is here, so don’t forget to make sure your beach parking permit is current.

“Roll out those lazy, hazy crazy days of summer. Those days of soda and pretzels and beer.”

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05/24/19 8:00am

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Correction: In last week’s column the Reporter stated that Ms. Popsil’s first name is Pamela. Her first name is actually Elizabeth.

My mentor at this newspaper back in 1980 was editor and publisher Bob Dunne. I can still hear his voice when I made my first mistake in a story. I felt terrible. His response was, “You have to remember that this is a very inexact science.”

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