Editorials

The Ordinance Enforcement Department has a difficult job to do and a tangled history

Viking had asked the town board for permission to dock a 65-foot-long day boat there for access to Gardiner’s and Peconic Bays in the spring

The village board met on Sept. 21 in a seemingly illegal, two-hour executive session

Nationally, bullying of gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender students is considered epidemic

The use of gun-sight imagery is worse than unfortunate

The parking lot is closed during the summer and open when the fishing and waves are good

“in such a manner as to prevent undue interference with the flow of traffic”

The damage would be orders of magnitude greater because of the sharp, if ill-considered, increase in shoreline construction since the 1930s

Nearly everyone has a story about distracted drivers

A predictable outcome of an election cycle that favors attacks rather than matters of substance.