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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

Ozone health advisory in effect for Long Island, NYC until 11 p.m. Thursday

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The Air Quality Index for ozone today is forecast to reach 130 on Long Island today.

Driver crashes into Handy Pantry in Mattituck

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The driver told police that her foot had slipped off the brake pedal.

Photos: North Fork Community Theatre presents ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’

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North Fork Community Theatre’s Youth on Stage summer theater presents “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” a musical spoof of the roaring '20s. The show takes the audience...

Southold Town Police blotter: July 10 – July 16

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Excerpts from the Southold Town Police Press Reports, July 16, 2017 An East Marion man reported that between July 7 and July 8, someone stole...

For Greenport’s Amie Sponza, it’s never too late to pursue your dreams

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After falling in love with performing at a young age, Amie Sponza's dream of becoming a professional actor was put on hold — until now.

Collegiate baseball players coach local children during free youth clinic

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A free baseball clinic offered by the North Fork Ospreys allows youngsters to learn from experienced college players.

Photos: First Baptist Church of Cutchogue’s annual barbecue

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Efforts to raise enough money to build a new church have been going on for over 15 years.

Southold Town Police blotter: July 3 – July 9

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Excerpts from the Southold Town Police Press Reports, July 9, 2017 On July 3, a Mattituck woman phoned police to report a highly intoxicated woman...

Major renovation of old Sterlington Hotel in Greenport nears completion

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A stately old Greenport landmark has been brought back to life by a local builder.

Southold plans immediate steps to address beach parking issues

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Several changes will be made immediately and the board plans to implement additional changes to accommodate increasing crowds on the North Fork.