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New to Suffolk Times. Is this mostly east end news? Didn't see much regarding western Suffolk.

11/07/2012 7:35 AM

New to Suffolk Times.  Is this mostly east end news?  Didn't see much regarding western Suffolk.

 
 
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    Thanks for your question! Yes doubled, our coverage area is the North Fork. Our sister publications are the Shelter Island Reporter, which covers Shelter Island and the Riverhead News-Review, which covers the Riverhead area. We occasionally report on items outside of our coverage area - such as last year's Manorville wildfires.

    11/28/2012 9:54 AM | 11 Votes

     

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