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12/20/14 10:32am
12/20/2014 10:32 AM
(Credit: Grant Parpan, file)

Riverhead Building Supply founder Jesse Goodale, right, with his grandson, in 2012. (Credit: Grant Parpan, file)

A giant in the Riverhead community has passed away.

Jesse R. Goodale II, who founded Riverhead Building Supply along with his brother, Harold, and uncle, Peter Ketcham, on Ostrander Avenue in 1948, died Saturday morning at the age of 97.

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12/19/14 10:37pm
12/19/2014 10:37 PM
Will Gildersleeve of Mattituck driving to the basket during Friday night's game against Wyandanch. (Credit: Daniel De Mato)

Dan Fedun of Mattituck goes up for a shot while being defended by Wyandanch’s Mikey Lamb. (Credit: Daniel De Mato)

TUCKERS 66, WARRIORS 53

Mattituck avenged an elimination loss from last year’s Suffolk County Class B boys basketball playoffs, recording a 66-53 League VII victory over Wyandanch at home Friday night.

Junior guard Joe Tardif was the Tuckers’ spark plug, scoring 21 point and making 4 steals while leading a ball-hawking and alert defense. (more…)

12/19/14 2:00pm
Joan Bischoff, kneeling in the center, at a North Fork Promotion Council event at Town Hall. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)

Joan Bischoff, kneeling and wearing red pants, outside Town Hall in May. (Credit: Cyndi Murray, file)

The North Fork Promotion Council is looking for a new president in 2015.

Joan Bischoff announced plans to step aside in the New Year after serving four years as the group’s president, a volunteer role. (more…)

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12/19/14 10:00am
A life-sized sculpture of Santa Claus climbing a ladder takes center stage in the winter wonderland that Kevin and Tammy Kruger start working on each November on Mechanic Street in Southold. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

A life-sized sculpture of Santa Claus climbing a ladder takes center stage in the winter wonderland that Kevin and Tammy Kruger start working on each November on Mechanic Street in Southold. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

There are people who love Christmas and then there’s Kevin and Tammy Kruger.

The Krugers, who have been decorating each holiday season for two decades, created a unique setting, using practically every inch of their property at 640 Mechanic St. in Southold. For that, they’ve earned the grand prize in our first Deck the Halls holiday decorating contest, which includes a $1,000 gift certificate courtesy of Riverhead Building Supply.

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