Claire Anne Lincoln enjoys a playful moment her parents were able to capture on camera. (Credit: Lincoln family)
Not long after her first birthday, Claire Anne Lincoln was on the move. Even before she began walking, the bright-eyed toddler sped around the family’s Mattituck cottage in an Army crawl, exploring and chasing after her 3 1/2-year-old brother, Charlie, whom she emulated. READ
They met through a mutual friend more than two decades ago. Cathy Monsell can recall the precise day she first met her husband, Kevin: June 18, 1993. Eleven months later, Kevin proposed. (more…)
Environmentalists who filed a lawsuit against two federal agencies in an attempt to block the prospective sale of Plum Island to the highest bidder celebrated a victory Thursday when a federal district court judge denied a motion to dismiss. (more…)
A Mattituck man was held at gunpoint after two people broke into his apartment Thursday morning and took turns attacking him, according to Southold Town police. READ
Neither Mattituck nor Riverhead needed to consult their advanced scouting reports ahead of Wednesday night’s dual meet. After all, the teams had just wrestled each other four days earlier. READ
In the early 1980s, Barbara Ann Clay was managing a restaurant in Greenport when an opportunity arose for a potentially life-altering move. She was in her 20s and had been offered a chance to intern at the White House under David Stockman, then director of the Office of Management and Budget.
The diagnosis defied logic.
Sure, there had been some chest pain and difficulty breathing. But the dreaded “C” word? Couldn’t be. READ
In his eyes, the gift is merely a loan.
Surrounded by friends and family Sunday afternoon inside the Greenport Fire Department, Bob Jester fought back tears after being surprised with a red handicap-accessible minivan that had been purchased for him through donations collected throughout the community. READ
Updated (Tuesday 10:30 a.m.): About 400 remain without power as of 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, according to PSEG Long Island.
James Jacobs had one thought in his mind: keep the ball out of the net.
As the clock dipped under 10 minutes in the second half of Thursday afternoon’s Class B outbracket playoff game, the Mattituck goalkeeper could sense the pressure increasing. READ