As my wife and I sat down for dinner recently, the iconic sounds of Paul Simon played in the background. The live album “Paul Simon in Concert: Live Rhymin’” was recorded in 1973 at the former home of the New York Islanders, Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
As we ate our meal with a glass of wine, we enjoyed Simon & Garfunkel classics like “Homeward Bound” and “The Boxer.” READ
A Cutchogue Fire Department ambulance was struck head-on Saturday morning while returning to headquarters after responding to a call at Eastern Long Island Hospital, Southold Town police said. READ
When Marguerite Schondebare is asked to name her favorite season, the answer can seem surprising. She loves summer days in the pool in the backyard of her Southold home, but she most enjoys quiet winters on the North Fork.
In particular, she adores the festive atmosphere around the holidays.
The limousine driver involved in the fatal 2015 crash in Cutchogue has filed a lawsuit against his former employer, alleging the company violated the Fair Labor Standards Act and New York Labor Law by failing to pay him overtime during nearly three years of employment. READ
The clock was ticking on Chance Anderson’s wrestling career.
A senior at Mattituck High School, Anderson had just come off a strong season in football as a member of the Greenport Porters when the deadline for wrestling season approached a month later. READ
The inaugural winter track season at Mattituck last year featured two prominent names: Jack Dufton and Darius Brew.
Dufton, a versatile athlete who excelled in the pentathlon during the outdoor season, and Brew, a standout high-jumper, formed an impressive duo for the first-year team. Brew was the small school county champion in the high jump and Dufton was fifth in the same event. READ
The newcomers on the block made quite the first impression last year.
Mattituck fielded an indoor track team for the first time last winter and the results were impressive. The Tuckers had four girls compete at the small school county championship meet. READ
Residents in Orient have voted overwhelmingly in favor of the “Orient Plan,” a set of policies for the hamlet to complement Southold Town’s comprehensive plan. READ
Finding an identity on offense figured to take time for Mattituck this season. After all, the Tuckers lost nearly all their scoring from last year to graduation. READ
A fire ripped through a Southold home early Saturday morning, leaving behind only charred remains. READ