Greenport learned a lot in the three years between 2012 and 2105 about hosting Tall Ships of America events.
Three days after last digging themselves out, local residents found themselves again shoveling snow Monday.
Former Cutchogue teacher Nancy Brush may not want to share her opinions on Common Core, but she’s continuing to help students understand the rigorous new standards. READ
Local superintendents preparing next year’s school spending plans are describing the process as daunting because they’re bound to nearly zero percent tax levy growth for 2016-17.
The Southold Town Planning Board recommended that the town’s Zoning Board of Appeals hold off its review of a sports facility proposal since an environmental study is also required.
A commercial slaughterhouse in Yaphank may soon be open for use by local livestock farmers.
An analysis of staff responsibilities in the Southold Town Attorney’s office is underway as the town examines how to replace former assistant town attorney Lori Hulse.
The developers behind a proposed sports facility in Mattituck said gym-goers can choose between tiered memberships in order to maintain affordable options.
During the Southold Town’s Planning Board work session on Monday, Paul Pawlowski and Joe Slovak of Sports East said their goal is to provide affordable fitness services for local residents.
A reduction in the number of housing units and a pledge to use advanced wastewater treatment systems isn’t enough for many residents to support The Heritage at Cutchogue’s proposed 55-and-over community development.