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05/24/18 6:00am

The Jamesport Meeting House, as magnificent a building as stands anywhere on eastern Long Island, was built in 1731 by virtually all the pioneer settlers of what was then the western half of Southold Town. READ

04/27/18 6:00am

rites of spring

The Rites of Spring Music Festival began on the North Fork three years ago, with the goal of bringing exceptional music to exceptional settings.

It is succeeding.

On Saturday, the festival arrives at Castello di Borghese Winery in Cutchogue with a solo piano concert by its founder and artistic director, Paolo Bartolani. The concert is sold out. — READ

For Sandy Blampied, the news that arrived Monday — that remains believed to be her mother’s were discovered buried in the basement of a house in Southold — has brought peace.

“Oh my God, this is indescribable,” she said. “This was something we had always hoped for, but when it happened I could not believe it was true.”  READ

Featured Story
03/08/18 6:00am

They were here, nearly from the founding of Southold Town in the mid-17th century. Their presence has not been widely discussed or been part of the conversation in either Southold or Riverhead towns, where the stories of the founding English families have dominated the narrative for generations as if theirs were the only stories worth telling. READ