- Medical marijuana won’t be grown in Riverhead Town, as hoped by a Baiting Hollow grower, but it will be sold there. One of the five companies selected to grow and distribute the newly legalized drug plans a dispensary on Route 58.
- Today’s 375th Anniversary parade begins today at 11 a.m. at Triangle Park on Route 25 and South Harbor Lane, heading along Main Road.
- The event will include music for all ages, legendary musician and producer Nile Rodgers said this week.
- PSEG-Long Island employees took a 105′ bucket truck out to help a baby osprey chick that got tangled up in a fishing line last night in East Marion.
- An investigative team is working to see if a case against a “defective design in the roadway” can be pursued against the municipalities involved, attorney Jason Paris said.
- PSEG’s portion of the work for a new traffic light at the intersection of Depot Lane and Route 48 in Cutchogue is set to begin next week.
- Family and friends new and old have helped bring Benjamin Pileski’s family meals; another mom whose son suffered a similar injury has designed T-shirts and hats, with proceeds donated to help with expenses.
- The cost of building a new justice court facility is too high, so the Southold Town board is considering five modular units where the two trailers are currently sited.
- The Pour the Core hard cider festival will have to find a new home for this season after the Southold Town board voted “no” to the plans.
- Len Van Vliet steps In the Kitchen this week with a reminiscence about summer in Bologna, Italy in 1978 and a delicious recipe he learned there for tagliatelle with peas and ham in a cream sauce.
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