Hampton Jitney customers received an email early Friday alerting them to a security breach that may have compromised personal information stored with the company and were advised to change their passwords, according to a copy of the email. READ
Rich and Bill Mullen grew up in their family’s business, Mullen Motors, helping out after school and working summer jobs at the Southold dealership and service center — just as their father, Dick, did before them. For the brothers, sticking with it as adults was an easy decision.
Congressman Lee Zeldin has announced he’ll hold a “telephone town hall” Thursday night to provide constituents an opportunity to ask questions and voice concerns to him by phone.
The Town Board is considering adopting a weight limit for vehicles traveling on Peconic Bay Boulevard.
Riverhead Supervisor Sean Walter reached out to Mr. Russell after discussing the idea at a recent work session because the road runs through both towns.
To illustrate just how widespread littering along Long Island’s coastline can be, marine biologist Rob DiGiovanni likes to recall the time he cleaned up a beach in Hampton Bays. READ
Southold has filled its part-time wildlife manager position.
Craig Jobes, who grew up in Southold, said he has begun reviewing deer management plan paperwork going back to 2008 and wants to create a presentation on the plan to have at the ready. He will also head out into the field to monitor spots where issues with deer have been reported.
Four candidates are running for two seats up for grabs in this year’s Greenport Village Board election.
Trustees Mary Bess Phillips and Julia Robins will face challengers Paul Kreiling and Lucy Clarke, village officials confirmed Wednesday. Each seat carries a four-year term.
Growing up in Aquebogue, Marshall Jones dreamed of becoming a pilot like the ones who flew above him in jets headed toward the nearby Grumman facility. But that aspiration was dashed around age 14, when he learned his vision wasn’t suitable for contemporary flying standards. READ
The Southold Town Board is skeptical about a bill in the state Legislature that would establish a Peconic Bay Regional Transportation Council to oversee implementation of an East End shuttle service meant to alleviate traffic problems.
Greenport Village businesses will soon be able to make it clear they are part of a campaign to promote respect and civility in the community.