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A look at the growing agricultural program at Mattituck-Cutchogue schools

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Interest in agricultural education at Mattituck and Cutchogue schools is growing by leaps and bounds.

Mattituck ‘First Fridays’ return bigger and better than ever

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Mattituck Chamber of Commerce's First Fridays event returns with more participating businesses and longer hours.

North Fork runner hopes to raise 100K for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

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Mike Davis of Aquebogue got into a fight. Again.The first time he fought for someone else he didn’t even know, and like a schoolyard...

Eastern Long Island Hospital celebrates 25 years of golfing for a good cause

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Proceeds from Eastern Long Island Hospital’s Golf Classic benefit the emergency department.

Expert: Damage to headstones at Old Burying Ground a result of ‘human activity’; police investigation continues

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Expert is unable to determine exactly how or when headstones were damaged at the Old Burying Ground in Southold, but says the damage was the result of human activity.

Greenport’s sixth annual Waiter Race set for June 3

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Thirty waiters competed in the annual race last year, won by a waitress from Claudio's Restaurant. Will Claudio's make it a win for four years in a row?

North Fork Profile: Karen Catapano — Her remarkable journey from nursing to goat farming

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Karen Catapano, a successful dairy goat farmer, talks about her life at the Catapano Dairy Farm in Peconic.

Fourth annual Earth Day celebration offers fun for the whole family

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Join Group For The East End along with many other local organizations and artisans at Downs Farm Preserve to celebrate Earth Day.

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.

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.