- Its streets lined with flags waving in the breeze, Southold Town will remember those who’ve paid the ultimate price for our nation’s freedom.
- Protestors are hoping to sit down and discuss the possibility of a “humane” alternative.
- A crowd sampled tasty chowders and enjoyed the sunshine on the New Suffolk waterfront Saturday.
Thousands of Scouts decorate Calverton National Cemetery’s 225,000 graves to mark Memorial Day holidayCalverton National, America’s busiest national cemetery, conducts about 6,000 burials each year. More than 3,000 veterans of WWI are interred at Calverton, which opened in 1978. Born in the 1800s, those vets probably don’t have a lot of relatives around to remember them and mark their graves. “Without ...
- All injuries were believed to be non-life-threatening, police said.
- “He had the best spirit in the world and inspired people. He was a fighter. He was my best friend,” said Karre Brown, about her brother Michael.
- Police said the driver was unable to maintain his lane of travel, and crossed the double yellow lines as well as the white line designating the shoulder.
- The Puppy Experience in Aquebogue has been under new ownership since February.
Village board considers eminent domain for dilapidated Meson Ole building; possible housing, YMCA eyedThe building is dilapidated and poses significant safety concerns, village officials said.
- The Spirit of God still moves among all of us, sometimes speaking in magnificent displays of God’s mighty power and sometimes through small children whose voices are seldom heard. Inspiration still flows and God’s Spirit promises to renew the face of the earth.
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