- Southold High School graduated its Class of 2016 this afternoon in a ceremony that was by turns emotional, euphoric and reflective.
- Mattituck High School graduated more than 100 students today in its 102nd commencement ceremony.
- Volunteer firefighters from across the North Fork helped the Cutchogue Fire Department battle a fire at the Southold Town Solid Waste Transfer Station on Cox Lane in Cutchogue yesterday afternoon. When Cutchogue Fire Department was dispatched to the transfer station at about 3:15 p.m., firefighters were confronted with a large debris fire located ...
Aldo’s looks to enhance its European flare with shots of liquor to accompany its custom-roasted specialty coffeesAldo’s Coffee in Greenport has applied for an expanded liquor license from the New York State Liquor Authority. Proprietor Aldo Maiorana says he would like to serve shots of liquor with his coffee.
- Ali Tuthill, hired in April as marketing director of the L.I. Wine Council, will take over as executive director Sept. 1, succeeding Steve Bate, who has served in that post since 2004.
- Legislators send a reminder to parents in advance of graduation weekend and parties that serving alcohol to minors or letting them drink alcohol on your property carries criminal penalties.
- It’s time to put on your dancing shoes, locals. Greenport’s annual Dances in the Park series is back, starting July 4 in Mitchell Park.
- Robert Harper has been cleaning Mattituck’s streets solo for four years. June 11, eight volunteers pitched in, a number he hopes will grow next month.
- Greenport Elementary School is the latest recipient of a Project Fit America grant, which will be put towards installing new indoor and outdoor fitness equipment.
- Kayleigh reveals her secret techniques to make the flavor of her favorite potato salad as full as possible.
Builder has signed letter of intent with bank, as construction moves forward on Main Road, Mattituck buildingsBuilder Paul Pawlowski, who purchased the site in December, finished up the building originally built for Hudson City Savings Bank and has begun construction on a second commercial building pursuant to a site plan approved in 2009. He aims to complete all work within two months, he said.
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