Today marks one year since the launch of GreaterMoriches, and we’re grateful to everyone in the community for welcoming us into your homes and hearts. 

In the past year, we’ve gotten to know so many wonderful people in the communities we serve in southeastern Brookhaven Town — at dedications, festivals, parades, school events, as well as through our coverage of the region’s rich history, changes to the food scene and, of course, important local news events.

We’ve shared in your struggles and triumphs, and many of you have kindly reached out as we faced our own challenges. 

We’ve been journalists for more than 40 years combined, but adding “entrepreneurs” to our resume was new to us. This, while raising two girls in the William Floyd school district, both of whom have become unofficial cub reporters. They were a big help when someone was skeptical about this new operation called GreaterMoriches, which operates under the growing umbrella of Greater Long Island Media Group.

“The idea all along was for GreaterMoriches to become the go-to community news resource for the area and we are absolutely seeing that happen,” said Greater Long Island founder Michael White. “We couldn’t be happier with Carl and Angela and the type of journalistic content they’re providing free to their communities.”

Thank you to Mike and the whole Greater LI team, our faithful interns and columnists, our sponsors, who have helped make this dream a possibility, and everyone who has contributed to making our first year a success.

We’d like to hear from you!

Going forward, we’d like to know what you’d like to see from GreaterMoriches. We don’t focus on crime and politics, but, as we’ve seen in the past year, there’s plenty of other great stories out there. Please send your thoughts to

And if you aren’t following us on social media please do so. We’re at @GreaterMoriches on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Thank you again. We look forward to serving the region in 2020 and beyond. 

Carl and Angela Corry
Executive editors