12/10/18 7:29am
12/10/2018 7:29 AM

This weekend we tagged along on the Oysterponds Historical Society’s Holiday House tour to check out two historic places in Orient.  READ

12/02/18 6:01am
12/02/2018 6:01 AM

Anne-Julia Audray adjusts a microphone on the Southold Opera House stage. She ducks behind a red velvet curtain to test the stage lights. 

Beams of colored light stream through the building’s stained-glass windows and land on the pews in the performance hall. In under a week, the seats will be full of opera singers, including amateurs and professionals, eager to take the stage to audition. READ

11/25/18 6:00am
11/25/2018 6:00 AM

“Whenever you talk about a bus shelter in Southold, there’s usually a round of laughter,” Southold Town Councilman Bill Ruland said while discussing the topic at a work session Tuesday.

The bid for bus shelters in Southold dates back more than five years and gained momentum in 2015, when a group of North Fork students ramped up their efforts as part of “Project Bus Stop.” READ

11/23/18 6:01am
11/23/2018 6:01 AM

Born in Greenport in 1945, Joe Townsend has compiled many stories about the North Fork during a life that has seen him become the village’s youngest mayor, a town councilman and a community leader in the areas of conservation and historic preservation.

Our digital content director, Grant Parpan, sat down with Mr. Townsend at his home in East Marion this September for an hour-long conversation about growing up here, how the community has changed over the decades and his battle in recent years with ALS.

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11/21/18 12:34pm
11/21/2018 12:34 PM

The community is coming together to ensure all North Fork families have a hot meal this Thanksgiving.

For a second year, Community Action Southold Town is collaborating with Suffolk Community College Culinary Arts Program and Clinton Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church in Greenport to serve up meals for those in need. READ