The “Greenport Express” made its public debut over the weekend in the annual East End Maritime Festival parade, where the Greenport Rotary Club put the miniature train’s locomotive and three cars on a trailer and paraded down Front Street.
Over the years, Anne Smith has worked to teach the importance of acceptance and diversity in the local school community.
As superintendent of the Mattituck-Cutchogue School District, she included diversity as a key part of the district’s mission and worked with the Board of Education’s diversity committee.
I may be the only person who’s glad summer is over. It’s not that I don’t like summer; I do — tourists and all. Then again, I love the North Fork with all its delightful seasons, winter included. (Weird, I know!)
Why the uncharacteristic behavior? It’s complicated, and not. Although I’m never at a loss for words or ideas, I’ve (more…)
More than 40 years after they were first proposed, a fitness center and indoor swimming pool are under construction in Northampton.
The best seat in the house, specifically the Old House in Cutchogue, has always been the bed. READ
On a beautiful, sunny day in Greenport, another huge crowd turned out for the East End Seaport Museum & Maritime Foundation’s 28th annual Maritime Festival. READ
The 28th annual East End Maritime Festival in Greenport kicked off Friday night with the Land and Sea Gala. READ
Mike Twohig remembers summer Sundays when he’d take his grandchildren out in Greenport Harbor in the little red tugboat he built himself using bits and pieces found in neighbors’ yards or donated by friends. READ
When Richard and Lisa Israel moved to Greenport full-time in 1986, they quickly found a sense of community and immersed themselves in it. READ