In his eyes, the gift is merely a loan.
Surrounded by friends and family Sunday afternoon inside the Greenport Fire Department, Bob Jester fought back tears after being surprised with a red handicap-accessible minivan that had been purchased for him through donations collected throughout the community. READ
Southold Town police arrested the driver who was towing a food trailer for Noah’s restaurant in Southold Sunday for driving while intoxicated, according to a police press release. READ
The Southold Town Board set a public hearing on a code change that would further define what requirement a winery in town has to meet.
The suggested language includes defining a winery as a place where wine is “produced, processed and sold” and calls for 80 percent of the wineries’ grapes to be grown on the premises or other land owned by the winery owner.
Good for democracy.
That’s the significance of the legislation authored by State Senator Kenneth LaValle (R-Port Jefferson) and Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. (I-Sag Harbor) signed into law last week by Governor Andrew Cuomo providing that if any future East Hampton Town Board wants a Federal Aviation Administration grant running 10 years or more, it would have to be approved by the voters.
One person was taken to the hospital Saturday after a limo bus leaving a vineyard in Cutchogue crashed into a car, according to a Southold police press release.
The Southold/Greenport girls soccer team’s finest season to date came to a close in the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class C semifinal Saturday. READ
It has become a team tradition.
Every November — or at least every November for the past six years — the Mattituck High School girls cross-country team finds itself running against some of the best teams and runners in New York State. READ
The Mattituck American Legion Post No. 861 held a ceremony Saturday to commemorate Veterans Day.
Two residents spoke at a Southold Town Planning Board public hearing Monday on Northside Beverage’s proposed conversion of an existing two-story 5,100 square-foot building on Old Main Road in Laurel into a wholesale/retail beverage distributor. READ
A Greenport man reported an egg was thrown at his car on Halloween, according to a Southold Town police report.