Citing a "deep and enduring recession" that has "crippled" local businesses it has depended on for advertising, the The Press of Manorville and the Moriches, a weekly newspaper serving southeastern Brookhaven, is folding. Its last edition will be Dec. 3.
In ‚ÄúLeave It to Boomer,‚Äù Jerry Zezima describes in hilarious detail his life in a household where he is surrounded by women (one wife, two daughters, various animals) and why, as a result, he is the very model of the modern middle-age man.
New York Post Long Island reporter Kieran Crowley has written four non-fiction books, including ‚ÄúThe Surgeon‚Äôs Wife,‚Äù which made it onto the New York Times Best Sellers List. Now he‚Äôll be releasing a fiction novel.
Madore originally intended to be a lawyer, but after a miserable experience with the LSAT and a conversation with his mother, he was back on the journalism track. Now he's Newsday's Albany bureau chief.
This is a note was sent out by the Stony Brook Statesman, a student-run independent newspaper at Stony Brook University that recently had its funding drastically cut by the Stony Brook University student government, putting the paper's future in jeopardy.