A civil court case between a Mattituck woman and the family of Joseph Marino ended on Thursday, when the two sides formally agreed to a financial restitution settlement and Caroline Goss admitting in an open courtroom that driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol led to the death of the 15-year-old Hampton Bays teen in August of 2009.
With Marino's mother, Dorothy, crying in the first row of a State Supreme Courtroom in Riverhead, and Goss crying at the stand, Goss stated on the record that her actions led to the premature death of Joseph Marino.
said Tuesday afternoon that the body of a in Mecox Bay was recovered in the waters near Cobb Road in Water Mill mid-afternoon on Tuesday.
According to Det. Sgt. Lisa Costa, locals "observed something suspicious in the waters" Tuesday afternoon. Police said Tuesday evening that a call came in around 12:30 p.m. The body was soon after recovered and removed to the Suffolk County Medical Examiner's Office.
The man was identified as 29-year-old Astoria, Queens, resident Eleuterio Ubisse.
After months of controversy, the 'Save Main Road' group has filed an Article 78 lawsuit against the Riverhead Town Board for what they believe was an "improper" awarding of special use permits regarding the proposed Village at Jamesport development.
"The action is focused on voiding those permits, and also on highlighting gross errors in the town’s approval process," a press release from Save Road members states.
'Save Main Road' their intention to seek legal action. According to a press release sent out by the group on Thursday, the intent of the action is to "hold board members accountable for a cascade of failures in approving these permits."
East Hampton Village police announced that one man died in the head-on accident that occured on Montauk Highway, just east of Green Hollow Road on Thursday morning.
The names of the victims have not been released, pending notification of their family members.
Police are continuing to investigate the accident. The were brought in to help with the accident reconstruction.
They made it to the medal race but didn't make the medal.
and sailing partner Sarah Lihan of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. finished ninth in Friday morning's medal race in the women's competition in Weymouth, U.K.
After the , Clark and Lihan were ranked ninth out of 20 teams, which brought them to the medal race. They ended their Olympic run with a net total of 98 points, ahead of Spain and behind the team from Germany.