06/08/17 5:55am

In January, when I first met the students in Southold High School’s SOHO TV class, I was very impressed.

Students in that class are responsible for producing a nine-minute news show that’s broadcast online every Friday. I enjoyed seeing how much dedication and heart they put into their specific assignments each week. They worked together as a team to produce something they were all proud of.

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06/05/17 5:58am

Tom Hug and his wife, Jennifer DiVello, spent the days leading up to Memorial Day preparing for a flood of tourists and locals out celebrating the holiday weekend.

While the three-day weekend marks the start of the busy season for so many local shop owners, it was particularly special to Hug and DiVello, owners of Revel North Fork in Cutchogue, because it marked their first anniversary in business.

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06/04/17 6:13am

When Carolyn Smith started to research her family history, she learned many of her ancestors were part of Southold’s founding families. Ms. Smith, who grew up in Mississippi and lives in Oklahoma, became fascinated with her family’s past and saw the hamlet as a far-off place she would never get the chance to see.

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05/16/17 4:44pm

A small plane carrying a part-time Southold resident and her two young sons traveling from Puerto Rico to a Florida town was reported missing Monday afternoon, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.

Debris was found approximately 15 miles east of Eleuthera, Bahamas around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday and the search for survivors continues, Coast Guard officials said.

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05/13/17 1:41pm

Runners taking off from the starting line at Peconic Landing’s May Mile and 5k on Saturday.

Though the sky was gray and the chance of heavy rain lingered throughout the morning, there was a large turnout for Peconic Landing’s 12th annual John May Mile and 5K Saturday morning.

The race, which was renamed last year in honor of the late longtime Peconic Landing board chairman John May, raised $24,800 for the Greenport Fire Department.

This year’s race winner was 15-year-old Greenport High School student Christopher Kuzinski.

After the race, the Eastern Long Island Hospital Auxiliary was honored as winners of this year’s Older Americans Champion Award.

Members of the Greenport Fire Department. (Credit: Krysten Massa photos)

Members of the event’s raffle committee. From left: Jane Winsch, Jen Cardi, Valerie Tirelli Hallock and Mary Hughes.

The coordinators of the event Valerie Tirelli Hallock (left) and Diane Radigan.

This year Peconic Landing had an indoor Kid Zone with activities and games.

Winner of this year’s 5K Christopher Kuzinski running the course.

Krissy Goldberg, the granddaughter of John May, and her daughter Taylor Goldberg

Jack May and his niece Kensington Goldberg.

Superintendent of Greenport and Southold Schools David Gamberg crossing the finish line.

Mike Ereheny, an employee of Peconic Landing, crossing the finish line.

The May family.

The Eastern Long Island Hospital Auxiliary being honored with the Older Americans Champion Award.

The Greenport Fire Department receiving the donation from Peconic Landing after the race.