Here are some of today’s top stories across the North Fork. To stay on top of local news, follow The Suffolk Times on Facebook.
Southold Town Police have issued a traffic advisory ahead of this weekend’s East End Seaport Museum Maritime Festival. (more…)
Mr. and Mrs. James Smith of East Quogue and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Israel of Greenport have announced the engagement of their children, Stephanie and Isaac, who met at Temple Israel of Riverhead. (more…)
Meet the authors of ‘A World Unto Itself: The Remarkable History of Plum Island, New York’ between 4 and 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 21, at Brecknock Hall in Greenport. (more…)
Lifetime Greenport resident Arthur “Buck” Lane died Sept. 14 at Eastern Long Island Hospital. He was 90. (more…)
If you are eyeing a property with surf, sand and gorgeous outdoor space, then consider this $2.9 million Jamesport beach home.
The five-bedroom home has stunning views of the South Fork overlooking the Great Peconic Bay. The inside isn’t too shabby either. All the bedrooms have a private bathroom and there is plenty of living space for large family gatherings.
See the complete listing on northforker.com.
Back by popular demand…Northforker.com presents our latest “Experience North Fork” Giveaway from Vino ‘n’ Vittles in Greenport.
Vino & Vittles is giving away a $100 gift certificate to be used towards dinner at their restaurant in downtown Greenport.
The raffle runs until September 22nd at 2:00p. Remember you can enter many ways for more chances.
Good luck everyone!
A calendar of events for this week at each of the local schools, as listed on school calendars.
Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School in Riverhead is hosting “Mercy Night” in the school’s auditorium on Oct. 3.
Following the Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, school officials and students will be discussing future goals for “Project Ministry to the East-End Roman Catholic Youth,” or “Project M.E.R.C.Y.”
The event is from 7 to 10 p.m. and is open to all East End high school students. Refreshments will be provided.
To RSVP, call 631-727-5900 ext. 315.