- The contentious single use plastic bag ban issue continued to spark heated debate this week as the public spoke out at Tuesday’s Southold town board meeting. Resident David Markel, who has collected more than 1,000 signatures from residents advocating for a ban on single use plastic bags, stepped up to the ...
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‘Extra-flammable’ crude oil being stored at Riverhead oil tanks; town officials, first responders kept in the darkUnited Riverhead Terminal began storing the exceptionally volatile Bakken crude oil produced by fracking in North Dakota in 2014. Exclusive report.
- Plans were rolled out last night for a new $9.8 million capital project that Southold School Superintendent David Gamberg believes will shepherd the district into the future. A special work session was held last night with the Board of Education to discuss a proposed bond referendum and capital reserve project. The district’s architectural ...
- It’s been a season of sheer dominance for the Southold First Settlers. They’ve been gathering wins all season and Wednesday afternoon, they added another one to their tally. The Settlers, playing on their home field, defeated Port Jefferson without much effort, 6-1. The win improved their record to 8-0 in League ...
- Students could earn community service credit by picking up trash around town, one resident said.
- The event takes place on November 7 from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Third Street Firehouse in Greenport.
- The deadly accident that took the life of a Brooklyn groom on his honeymoon may have been caused by distracted driving, police said yesterday. Southold Town Police Chief Martin Flatley said yesterday that police “are still waiting for the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office to review the case.” But, he said, he ...
- The search took place over several days, police said.
- Apples are overflowing their bushel baskets in the kitchen and that means one thing: the comforting aroma of baked apples will soon fill the house.