07/02/18 6:00am

A Sag Harbor native who has been cleaning houses for the past 15 years has decided to bring her talents to the North Fork.

Kate Mullane moved to Cutchogue last year, and has launched her business, All Organic Cleaning and More. She says her business is different than other cleaning companies because she uses an all-organic cleaning product. READ

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06/28/18 1:22pm

Frank Schiavoni remembers his daughter Shelly as an animal lover and an amazing friend.

“In July 2017, my daughter was taken from me. Not from an accident or an illness, not from drugs or alcohol,” he said. “It was from the actions of Jaime DeLeon-Tino who took her from me, her mother, her brothers and sisters.” READ

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06/27/18 12:00pm

Local business owners want patrons to shop locally this Saturday to help raise money for Lyme disease.

The East End Shop & Dine to End Lyme Disease event will be held Saturday, June 30, to help raise awareness and funds to combat Lyme.

Its three organizers, Jennifer Petrocelli, Elizabeth Rasor and Kinzey Fritz, all suffer from chronic neurological Lyme disease, so the event hits close to home. READ

06/25/18 7:00pm

My name is Chris Conlan. I’m with Goldberg’s Bagels, owner of Jamesport, Greenport and Mattituck.

On a daily basis we make anywhere from 30 to 350 dozen bagels a day. We also have a variety of fun things, like bagel bombs, french toast bagels and flagels. We have fresh salads, fresh-squeezed orange juice, fresh-squeezed lemonade, all made on premises. READ

06/25/18 6:00am

A lot changes in a school over 50 years. Blackboards turn to smart boards. A Common Core curriculum is required. And students are glued to cell phones and social media. 

But in all that time, at least one thing has remained constant at Our Lady of Mercy Regional School in Cutchogue: beloved teacher Rosemary McGoey.  READ

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06/21/18 5:58am

The Southold Town Board has officially notified local wineries that food trucks are not a permitted use within the town code. Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell and Councilman Bill Ruland, member of the Agricultural Advisory Committee, met with local winery representatives at an informal meeting June 1. READ