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The human element
To the Editor:
In reading the article in last week’s Reporter (“Island mostly unaffected by fed shutdown – so far”), I noted a critical absence of any reference to the degree to which the Island’s residents have been and will likely be impacted.
Shelter Island is not just infrastructure and services — indeed, several important stakeholders comprise the fabric of our town, and to suggest that the “Island [is] mostly unaffected” is misleading in its omission of the human element. (more…)
KRISTINA LANGE PHOTO
Waiting for the starter’s gun of the the Boys Invitational Mile at the Molloy Stanner Games held at The Armory in New York City. Kal Lewis is in lane one, at right.
Junior Kal Lewis continues to surprise and thrill fans of track and cross country with his range of talent, excelling in the long sprint events, middle distance events and, of course, distance running. (more…)
PETER WALDNER CARTOON
From the mind and pen of Peter Waldner, the Reporter’s award-winning cartoonist.
REPORTER FILE PHOTO |REPORTER FILE PHOTO Highway Superintendent and Public Works Commissioner Jay Card Jr.
The word that Jay Card Jr. has opted to leave town employment after long service with the Police Department and, since 2012, as Highway Superintendent and Public Works Commissioner, comes as a blow. (more…)
The nicotine cabal is hard at it.
With smoking tobacco declining, the industry is promoting continued nicotine use by pushing electronic cigarettes and what’s called “vaping.” And Suffolk County, which for years has been a national leader in challenging the use of cigarettes, is taking on “e-cigarettes.” (more…)