- A 22-unit hotel and restaurant complex may be in Southold’s future.
- Health care was the top issue for participants in Rep. Lee Zeldin’s telephone town hall last week, according to the results of a poll question released by the congressman’s office. The results of the four other poll questions will not be made public, Zeldin’s spokesperson said today.
- Rundown of the county legislative committee meetings scheduled at the Riverhead County Center this week and items of interest.
Girls Basketball Playoffs
Mattituck advances to county semifinals with 58-54 win over Port JeffersonMattituck took back the lead, buckled down and played some stifling defense in the fourth quarter for a huge win over Port Jefferson to claim the B-C championship.
After an hour of emotional community debate, Village of Greenport declares itself a ‘welcoming community’The village board voted unanimously last night to adopt a resolution declaring Greenport welcoming to all and recognizing and embracing residents “regardless of where we are born or what we look like.”
- Rep. Lee Zeldin held a telephone ‘town hall’ last night, which had more than 9,100 people on the phone. Twelve of them got to ask the congressman questions during the hour-long session. Here’s what he had to say.
Zeldin won’t hold town hall meeting this week, opts for one-on-one, small group and ‘tele-town hall’ meetings insteadThe congressman has scheduled individual appointments, a telephone town hall meeting and mobile office hours during the congressional recess this week.
- Code revisions intended to clarify changes made in 2015 that had ‘unintended consequences’ need more work, town board members agreed after a public hearing last week.
- Everybody calls it “Presidents Day” but today is officially the celebration of the birth of our first president, George Washington. It is a federal and state holiday celebrated on the third Monday in February. The holiday became popularly known as Presidents Day after it was moved from the actual date of ...
- A large crowd turned out to march for immigration reform and solidarity this afternoon in Hampton Bays in observance o “A Day Without Immigrants.”
- Local immigrants and supporters will participate in a national strike today as a way to peacefully protest the current anti-immigrant rhetoric, as well as a way to demonstrate the impact immigrants have on the local economy and society on a daily basis.
- Scavenger hunt for teens held at Mitchell Park this week
- May is Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month
- LaValle requests nominations for the 2015 NYS Senate Veterans Hall Of Fame
- Senator Ken LaValle announces new pet protections
- Governor Cuomo announces home energy assistance available beginning Nov. 17
- Suffolk County Parks offers sportfishing instruction
- Builder proposes 22-unit hotel, restaurant for Main Road, Southold property
- Telephone town hall participants ‘very focused’ on the Affordable Care Act, Zeldin aide says
- Southold Police report two DWI arrests Saturday
- Denise Civiletti
Yes, Zeldin should hold a town hall, but it shouldn’t be a public flogging
- Ann T. Swedish, 98
- Madeline A. Gorman, 94
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