- A kickoff press conference for the Tall Ships 2015 event will take place on May 5.
- It’s that constant spark of exhilaration, the joy of learning something new, that has long fueled Randee Daddona’s passion. “It’s this total wonderment, this excitement, when something you’ve never seen before happens right before your eyes,” she explained.
- Peggy Richards said she no mention of an asbestos test was made until this week.
- The man was caught at the intersection of Franklinville Road and Route 25 in Laurel, police said.
- Matthew Kapell said his family has been subject to “malicious acts and threats” over the years.
- Tensions escalated between two new trustees and the new mayor in Greenport last night.
Plan to divert truck traffic through North Fork scrapped by N.Y. Metropolitan Transportation CouncilThe Cross Sound Enhancement Project was stricken from the N.Y. Metropolitan Transportation Council’s regional freight transportation plan in a unanimous vote of the council’s planning and administration committee yesterday afternoon in NYC.
- Benefits of infrastructure upgrades outweigh concerns over the use of a controversial chemical on utility poles, the Southold town board decided this week.
- Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell said one possibility is dual use of a basketball court for pickleball.
- The Capt. Bob, fishing out of Mattituck, is running a flounder derby this weekend. The largest fish caught will earn the fisherman a season pass on the Capt. Bob.
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