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Plans for town’s new wildlife manager take shape

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The town board has set out to educate the public about a new wildlife manager — and to define the duties associated with the...

New tree planted in honor of town’s 375th anniversary

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A tree grows in Southold.Members of the Southold tree committee met yesterday to mark the planting of the new ginkgo tree, sited on Youngs...

Cops: Jaws of life used to extricate woman after Route 48 crash

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A two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Route 48 and Cox Lane Saturday evening sent one driver to the hospita with injuries that did not appear to be life-threatening, police said.

Town looks to develop, embrace seagrass management plan

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One of the area's dwindling natural resources will soon be in the spotlight.On Tuesday, Soren Dahl of the New York State Department of Environmental...

Greenport mayor suggests compromise to health insurance controversy

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Greenport Village Mayor George Hubbard has pitched a new proposal regarding health benefits for village trustees that some are calling a good compromise.At last...

District continues to enlighten public about capital project in advance of December 8 vote

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The Southold Union Free School District is continuing its public outreach in advance of a December 8 vote on a proposed $9.8 million capital...

Southold residents team up to send gifts to soldiers deployed during holidays

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Donations are being accepted through Sunday in Southold, organizers said.

As heroin crisis escalates on North Fork, one man fights back — in memory of his brother

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Paul Maffetone, who lives in Laurel, remembers every detail about the night of February 9, 2012 — the hours when his brother Michael, a...

Cops: Minor injuries after Main Road smack-up in Cutchogue

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Only minor injuries were reported after a two-car crash on Main Road in Cutchogue this evening, officials at the scene said.The accident, which took...

Town to create new shade shelter at Peconic dog park

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As four-footed friends frolic in Southold Town's dog park in Peconic, their two-legged companions often feel the heat, sweating it out in the hot...