A peek inside this week’s issue of The Suffolk Times

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09/09/2011 4:58 PM |

TIM KELLY PHOTO | Carried by helicopter, Roberto Julio Bessin's osprey sculpture flew from Greenport's waterfront to Peconic last Thursday and now serves as the town's Sept. 11 memorial in Jean Cochran Park on Peconic Lane.

Read all these stories and more in this week’s edition of the Suffolk Times, on newsstands now:

NEWS

A list of Sept. 11 anniversary events on the North Fork

Local events that will take place on Sunday to honor the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Southold offering safety courses for bow hunters this fall

Southold Town will try something new with its deer management program this fall.

‘Mayor of Love Lane’ remembered fondly in Mattituck

When Mario Zulli moved to Southold 23 years ago, he was hoping to enjoy his retirement at the house he’d built here. But as a lifelong butcher he couldn’t keep away from his profession. One day he walked into the Village Market on Love Lane and was hired on the spot by then-owner Marilyn Gatz.

North Fork moms aim to start own private school here

Can the North Fork support a non-religious private elementary school that focuses on the arts, sustainability and civic involvement?

More news …

OPINION

Editorial: Remembering Sept. 11, 2001

Our country was changed forever on Sept. 11, 2001, and in the fallout from the terrible events of that day there has been nothing glorious except the inspiring deeds of individuals in service to others.

Column: Exorcising demons over brie & chablis

Now I know why I never took me Ma’s advice on becoming an educator.

More opinion …

SPORTS

Football Preview: Another playoff push is in Porters’ plans

An oddity in the scheduling this year has the Greenport/Southold/Mattituck/Shelter Island high school football team playing all four of its regular-season home games consecutively, sandwiched between two road games to start the season and two road games to conclude the regular season.

More sports …

And don’t forget to check out …

BUSINESS

EDUCATION

COMMUNITY

OBITUARIES

LIFESTYLE

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