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Southold supermarket clerk charged in underage drinking sting by state police

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An underage drinking enforcement sting conducted by N.Y. State Police in Southold Town yesterday resulted in one arrest.

Michael D. Wilson, 55

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Obituary of Michael D. Wilson of Medford, formerly of Cutchogue, who died Nov. 16, 2017 at age 55.

Anthony I. Ruskowski Sr., 86

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Obituary of Anthony I. Ruskowski Sr., formerly of Calverton, who died in St. Augustine, Florida on Nov. 18, 2017. He was 86 years old.

Two men involved in disturbance at vineyard arrested after shoving police officers: report

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Police said Nicholas D'Agostino, 22, of Syossett and and Tristan D'Agostino,, 22, of Huntington were charged with obstructing governmental administration.

Cutchogue Fire Department to host sixth annual ‘Stuff the Sleigh’ 5K

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The Cutchogue Fire Department will hold its sixth annual “Stuff the Sleigh” fundraising 5K Dec. 10 at 10 a.m. It will also supply gifts and food for CAST's families in need this holiday season. The race is scheduled for

Florence Rolle, 92

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Florence (Zaneski) Rolle, formerly of Aquebogue, who died Nov. 16, 2017 at her daughter's home in Florida.

North Fork Holiday Guide 2017: Santa sightings, tree lightings, parades & more

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The holiday season is upon us, and there's lots to do on the North Fork to celebrate this winter! Here's your comprehensive guide to all the local Christmas parades, Santa visits, holiday craft fairs and more.

Floyd Memorial celebrates centennial with open house

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Learn about the history of Floyd Memorial Library Sunday, Nov. 19 at an open house set to celebrate the library's 100th anniversary.

McGann-Mercy sets annual Christmas raffle and Chinese auction

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McGann-Mercy High School will hold its annual Christmas raffle and Chinese auction on Dec. 10 between 2 and 5 p.m. at the school.

Southold Historical Society’s candlelight tour kicks off holiday season

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The Southold Historical Society will kick off the holiday season by holding its annual Candlelight Tour of the complex on Nov. 24.