Race day started early, especially for two Brooklyn runners, Angel Confesor and Felipe Garcia, who shared the Sunday morning drive to eastern Long Island for the Jamesport First Department’s 18th annual Sound to Bay 10K. Garcia said they were on the road by 6:20 a.m.
In keeping with the early-bird theme, both men were the first two finishers in the 10-kilometer race, with Confesor winning for the second year in a row. He reached the finish line at South Jamesport Beach in 36 minutes, 24 seconds, well behind his winning time of 35:33.9 last year. Garcia was well behind him. Despite getting lost on the course — he figures those missteps added about a minute to his time — Garcia still took second place in 39:04. Jose Vlloa was third in 40:21.
The driver of a Chevrolet sedan crossed over the median on Route 48 in Mattituck Saturday afternoon and crashed into a pole, narrowly avoiding any oncoming traffic, Southold Town police said. (more…)
A Greenport teen has been charged with felony robbery and misdemeanor assault after he allegedly took part in a brawl at a party in East Marion earlier this month, according to police sources.
When Cutchogue East Elementary School students go back to school in September, they’ll have new fitness equipment thanks to donations from North Fork businesses and charity groups.
I remember the day I became a registered organ donor. I was 23 years old and a few months removed from leaving the State of New York for sunny Southern California. READ
In an effort to grow its endowment, the Southold Historical Society is now embracing both new and traditional ways to raise funds.
The Greenport Village Board had been prepared to give PSEG Long Island control over an environmental review of the power authority’s underground cable proposal.
Sometimes a lot of good can come out of something bad.
That’s what the Southold/Greenport high school girls soccer team wants to prove this season.
The ground game is back in Greenport.
This season high school football fans can expect Greenport/Southold/Mattituck to run the ball, and then run some more, and then some more. It’s called playing to your strength.
Two drunken drivers were caught on the North Fork Friday in separate incidents, according to Southold Town police reports.