Concert Noise Complaints Go Unheard, Some Residents Say
While Monday's concert at Martha Clara to benefit All for the East End garnered rave reviews from many, some irate neighbors felt their noise complaints went unheard.
Riverhead Town police said after the show that no noise complaints were received.On Thursday, police said that a few calls came in, but residents who had reached out to express their discontent were told that a concert was taking place and that the event had all the necessary permits, so no action was taken and no reports filed.
Animal Advocates To Talk Solutions To Animals in Circus
After years of acrimony amongst some residents and animal advocates incensed over the animals featured in the Cole Bros. Circus, hosted by the Greenport Fire Department in recent summers, alternatives are being discussed.
Local Teens’ Original Music Video Gets National Attention
For Jake Tuohy, shooting and editing video is more than just a fun side project – it's his passion. The same holds true for his friends Vin Jacovelli, who loves composing rap lyrics, and Roy Lenzo, whose talents lie in the music and the beat. The three are 2013 Comsewogue graduates who call themselves the F.I.R.E. Squad, and who have created a song and music video that has garnered national attention as the No. 5 video in the GotChosen.com video contest out of more than 400 videos.
A man threatening to jump off the Waverly Avenue overpass over Sunrise Highway led police to block off the highway from 8:20 a.m. until nearly 3 p.m.