Southampton Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst and the four trustees have been asked why the town’s capitulation to the East End Eruv Assn. was not on the agenda for the Aug. 25 meeting. Citizens have lodged complaints with SH.
John Sununu, Boston Globe columnist and former Republican New Hampshire Senator, promises no more commentaries about cable and Internet issues after watchdog Media Matters complained about an apparent conflict of interest.
Southampton Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst, announced in the last few seconds of the Aug. 25 town meeting, that SH would no longer fight an eruv in the town, saying a settlement absolved it of further legal costs and penalties.
The “progressive” label once implied the widest open capacity for thinking and speaking, not, as is now defined as treachery for a politician who has had the courage and the right to disagree with the President of the United States.
Brunswick Group is advising Acelity Holdings on the PR front as the San Antonio-based medical technology developer focused on wound care and regenerative medicine eyes an initial public offering that could raise as much as $1B.
A former reporter who allegedly killed two TV journalists in Virginia during an on-air live segment today from Moneta apparently killed himself while being persued by police and federal agents, according to law enforcement officials.
The election of a union Aug. 21 at the “Westhampton Free Library” by a 31-3 margin has put a focus on the library which is a private, 501/c/3 corporation rather than a “public” library. It answers only to its own board.