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Katharine Schroeder

Katharine Schroeder
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Katharine is a writer and photographer who has lived on the North Fork for nearly 40 years, except for three-plus years in Hong Kong a decade ago, working for the actor Jackie Chan. She lives in Cutchogue. Email Katharine

Greenport Village announces first annual Cherry Blossom Festival

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Celebrate the blooming of the cherry trees in Greenport Village at the first annual Cherry Blossom Festival.

Cutchogue FD responds to grass fire on road median

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The Cutchogue Fire Department and the Southold Town Police Department responded to a small grass fire on the median of Route 48, just east...

Photos: Greenport Village egg hunt draws hundreds to Mitchell Park

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On a beautiful spring day, hundreds turn out for Greenport's second annual egg hunt.

Paul Drum Nautical Education lifeguard scholarship winners announced

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The East End Seaport Museum and Marine Foundation has awarded three scholarships to local high school students.

Southold Democrats offer crash course in local politics

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If you're interested in local politics and want to learn more about how to get involved, the Southold Town Democratic Club has just the course for you.

Police: Southold man arrested for burglary, weapons possession

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Colin Volinski, 28, of Southold was arrested and charged with burglary and criminal possession of a weapon, said Southold Town police.

Vandals damage historic headstones at Old Burying Ground in Southold

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Vandals damaged or knocked over nearly two dozen headstones at the First Presbyterian Church of Southold.

Southold Planning Board: Heritage at Cutchogue gets green light to begin site clearing

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Southold Planning Board wrap-up: Board approves commencement of limited site work for the Heritage at Cutchogue condominium project, plus actions taken on Sannino winery, Estates at Royalton, a Nassau Point subdivision and North Fork United Methodist Church.

Greenporters cleaning up their village ‘One Bag at a Time’

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A grassroots effort by Greenport residents to make their village streets trash-free.