Three years ago, Bob Zimardo had a pair of 20-mile cycling routines.
Some days he’d leave his second home in Greenport and head east to Orient, taking in the sights along the way.
The fitness enthusiast’s other scenic route ran along Soundview Avenue in Southold, where he’d turn onto Hortons Lane to head back toward his home on Sixth Street.
A project nearly five decades in the making has come to fruition for East End Arts.
The nonprofit arts organization announced the opening of a new recording studio at its downtown Riverhead Carriage House, which will allow musicians from across the East End and neighboring towns to record on professional equipment.
There aren’t enough good things to say about Raymond Nine, according to many Southold Town residents.
The 76-year-old Mattituck native and local businessman has given back to his community in numerous ways, including more than 60 years of service in the Mattituck Fire Department.
Southold Free Library plans to switch up its interior with a proposed $1.7 million renovation project. READ
Veterans or current member of the U.S. military who are looking to marry the man or woman of their dreams can now enter the seventh annual “Veterans Day Wedding Giveback.” READ
At Sunday’s Riverhead-North Fork Unity Town Hall, organizers asked for a volunteer from the audience to stand up and share what they’d just learned about the person sitting next to them.
Without hesitation, one woman popped out of her chair.
Benjamin Doroski and Lauren Burns.
Steven and Linda Burns of Mattituck are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Lauren to Benjamin Doroski, son of Gary Doroski of Cutchogue and Lori Monsell of Greenport. READ
A day in the life of North Fork native Christopher Scheer sometimes entails playing with puppets. Other days, he dresses up like a clown. READ
Kaitlyn Heath has never had a problem expressing herself. As a toddler, her grandmother Ora Heath recalled, she tried to talk to strangers. Whenever Ms. Heath asked why, Kaitlyn said she loved people.
Grange Hall in Northville is set to add another incarnation to the long list of lives it has led since it was built in 1831. The Long Island Buddhist Meditation Center is in contract to purchase the hall after searching for a new space to accommodate its growing membership.