A life-sized Santa Claus climbing a ladder near a front door. An antique manger decorated with vintage multi-colored bulbs. A Christmas village with a decades-old Lionel train set running through it.
These are just a few of the sights we saw on our first Deck the Halls holiday decorating contest last year, during which we visited more than 30 of the best-decorated homes on the North Fork. This time, we hope to see even more holiday spirit as we bring the contest back for a second season. READ
It’s 9 a.m. the Monday before Thanksgiving and Frank Peppe, a technician with Flanders Heating & Air Conditioning, is beginning his work week by installing baseboards into a small Habitat for Humanity house being built on Greenway East in Orient. READ
If, like me, you watched every inning of the Mets’ recent run to the World Series, you’re probably familiar with the daily fantasy sports websites FanDuel and DraftKings.
The Mattituck girls volleyball team is heading to Glens Falls for the fifth time in six years. READ
Orthodontist Victor Grazina and his wife and business manager Jennifer Grazina in The U-Haul truck with nearly 5,000 pounds of candy they collected from 31 schools on the North and South Forks.
Ever wonder what nearly 5,000 pounds of candy looks like in the back of a U-Haul truck?
Thanks to Bach Grazina East End Orthodontics in Riverhead, 31 area schools and several local American Legion groups, you no longer have to use your imagination to find out. READ
A green iguana more than four feet long was found roaming Eastern Shores in Greenport Sunday, Southold Town police said.
The lizard, which was first spotted on the ground by a passerby who notified police, was captured after it climbed a tree. Officers then handed it over to employees at the town’s animal shelter. READ
Shoppers curious to know which supermarket chain will replace Waldbaum’s in Mattituck have their answer: Key Food. READ
Sue Auer of Mattituck can remember a time when sheep roamed the fourth hole of Cutchogue’s Cedars Golf Club.
It was 1990 and Ms. Auer was a new member of the course’s fledgling women’s league, The Cedarettes. READ
The Suffolk Times will host a pair of public debates Thursday, Oct. 15, featuring candidates for Southold Town supervisor and Town Board.