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Historical society announces Horton Point Lighthouse Instagram contest

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The Southold Historical Society is sponsoring a photo contest for pictures of the Horton Point Lighthouse.

Orient artist gifts two works to Eastern Long Island Hospital

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Local artist Laura Westlake-DiLorenzo has donated two colored pencil drawings to Eastern Long Island Hospital.

Greenport’s Class of 2017 graduates at 136th commencement exercises

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Under sunny skies, Greenport's Class of 2017 said goodbye to high school.

Southold’s Class of 2017 bids farewell to high school at 111th commencement ceremony

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Eighty-two students graduated this afternoon at a ceremony at Southold High School.

Mattituck graduates Class of 2017

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Mattituck High School graduated more than 120 students today in the school's 103rd commencement ceremony.

Local reporter and syndicated columnist Karl Grossman honored by legislature

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Journalist and investigative reporter Karl Grossman was honored by the Suffolk County Legislature this week for his career of 50-plus years reporting on Long Island issues, government and politics.

Better Business Bureau offers free cyber security workshop at Peconic Landing, June 27

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Cyber security is a hot button issue these days. Peconic Landing is hosting a free cyber security workshop geared toward business owners and non-profit organizations.

Greenport Village residents, landlords air their views on proposed rental law changes, affordable housing

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Residents express their ideas and concerns about Greenport rental laws and affordable housing crisis.

Organizers planning Mattituck all-class reunion to reunite old friends and raise money for scholarships

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The Mattituck Cutchogue alumni committee is planning its first-ever all class reunion.

Cornell Cooperative Extension and Noah’s co-sponsor a kelp based dining experience, June 23

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It's not your father's seaweed anymore. Cornell Cooperative Extension and Noah's in Greenport are cosponsoring a four-course kelp based dinner to highlight CCE's efforts to show that growing kelp as a sustainable food source is an option for East End waters.