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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

Main Road crash injures two in Cutchogue

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A crash in Cutchogue sent two people to the hospital for treatment of minor injuries.

Local builder hopes to bring affordable housing communities to Southold Town

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A local builder who has extensive experience with affordable housing is confident she can make it happen in Southold Town.

Southold parents provide Halloween fun for elementary students at fourth annual ‘Trunk or Treat’

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Southold parents showed off their creatively decorated trunks at the annual 'Trunk of Treat' Halloween event.

Popular local bartender publishes illustrated children’s book

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Raini Caravella, a familiar face at Legends Restaurant for two decades, has published her first book of poems for children.

North Fork Animal Welfare League rescues kitten from Laurel dumpster

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Workers from the North Fork Animal Welfare League rescued another animal in distress this morning.

Photos: Greenport celebrates Halloween with colorful parade and lots of spooky fun

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Humans and their hounds marched through the streets of Greenport Village to celebrate Halloween.

Halloween’s not till Tuesday, but the fun starts this weekend on the North Fork

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Parades, haunted cruises and parties abound as the Halloween fun starts early on the North Fork.

High schoolers turned judges, attorneys and juries will try real-life cases in upcoming youth court program

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Spearheaded by youth bureau director Lynn Nyilas, the program uses positive peer pressure and restorative justice to deal with real juvenile offenders, turning everyday high school students into judges, attorneys and juries.

Butterfly Effect Project, a group that empowers young girls, seeks to expand into Southold Town

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The Butterfly Effect Project, a non-profit organization that empowers young girls, seeks to bring its good work to Southold Town.

Brady Rymer releases his first album of original holiday songs for children

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Brady Rymer and the Little Band That Could have released an album of holiday songs featuring backup by Southold elementary students.