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Santa catches the train to Greenport for Railroad Museum Holiday Open House

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Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus were greeted by a crowd of children gathered for the open house at the Railroad Museum yesterday afternoon.

Southold library to waive fines for patrons who donate to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in Ericka Rose Auer’s memory

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Southold Free Library will waive all fines this weekend for patrons who donate to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in memory of Ericka Rose Auer.

Town Board adopts $44.07 million budget for 2017, raising tax rate by 7.57 percent

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The Southold Town Board last night voted 4-1 to approve a $44.07 million operating budget for 2017, increasing spending by 1.29-percent and raising the tax rate by 7.57-percent over this year. Councilman Bob Ghosio cast the lone dissenting vote and Town Justice Louisa Evans was absent.

Turkey Day 5K: Mattituck teachers association’s annual Thanksgiving run will benefit C.A.S.T., scholarship fund

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Mattituck-Cutchogue Teachers Association will hold its 11th Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot 5K, an event that draws thousands to Mattituck each year to raise money for scholarships and charities.

Photos: Cutchogue Fire Department treats kids to annual Halloween parade

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Kids decked out in costumes of all shapes and sizes for the parade, which kicked off on Depot Lane and ended at the fire department.

Southold Fire Department, ELIH to hold blood drives in November

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Southold Fire Department and Eastern Long Island Hospital will both hold blood drives in early November.“From organ transplants to heart surgeries, today’s advanced medical...

Attention thespians: Shakespearean actor to hold free ‘scenes and sonnets’ workshop for North Fork students

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The four-hour workshop Saturday will focus on interpreting, understanding and performing some of Shakespeare’s famous sonnets, monologues and scenes.

Life-sized Mother Goose shoe may soon be part of Southold school’s vision of ‘reimagined’ classrooms

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A local family (who wishes to remain anonymous) has agreed to donate up to $10,000 in matching funds in the fundraising drive for the 'play-scape.'

Local Irish dance students win top spots at qualifier, will travel overseas to compete in championships next year

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Five students from a local dance studio have earned a spot in an international Irish dance championship and will travel to England next year to compete.

First Date, NFCT’s latest musical comedy production, takes stage tomorrow night

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First Date, a lighthearted musical comedy that captures all of the awkward, funny and touching moments of a budding relationship, opens Thursday.