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Katharine Schroeder

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

Photos: Replica of iconic ‘Welcome to Greenport’ sign is unveiled

For 40 years an iconic sign welcomed visitors to Greenport until it fell into disrepair and was removed a year ago. Now it's back.

Fourth annual holiday drive for deployed troops underway

For the fourth year, two local women aim to make the holidays more cheerful for deployed service men and women.

Shinnecock tribal member is Peconic Landing’s first artist-in-residence

Shinnecock tribal member and artist Jeremy Davis spent two weeks as artist-in-residence at Peconic Landing.

Mattituck-Cutchogue schools on cutting edge of technology with brand new mobile app

The Mattituck-Cutchogue School District has released a custom mobile app aimed at making communications effortless.

Greenport Village to welcome home iconic sign this weekend

After falling into disrepair and being removed, the refurbished welcome sign built by Greenport native Tim Heaney heads home this weekend.

Greenport Village to combine traditional Christmas parade and tree lighting into larger community event

Faced with dwindling attendance at the annual Christmas parade and tree lighting in Greenport Village, organizers will combine the events and add new festivities to attract more people.

Mattituck students receive suicide prevention peer education training

Twenty Mattituck High School juniors and seniors spent the day training to teach their peers about suicide prevention.

Tuckers lacrosse players sign letters of intent

Three Mattituck lacrosse players signed letters of intent to play college lacrosse this afternoon.

Bestselling children’s book author visits Southold Elementary students

New York Times bestselling author Sarah Albee spent the day at Southold Elementary School, holding writing workshops and sharing some of the secrets of her success.

Southold Fish Market’s famous apparel goes global: Sweatshirt spotted in Africa by owner’s aunt

Southold Fish Market shirts have been spotted in lots of places, but this sighting may be the most unusual of all.