03/31/15 10:53pm
03/31/2015 10:53 PM

A 23-year-old Nesconset woman was arrested Tuesday for driving while impaired by drugs in Greenport, Southold Town police said.

Liliy Kalata was pulled over on Main Street at around 9:40 p.m. for a traffic violation, officials said.

Police determined she was driving under the influence of drugs and with a suspended license, officials said.

Ms. Kalata was charged with driving while impaired by drugs and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle, police said.

She was held for an arraignment.

03/29/15 12:05pm
03/29/2015 12:05 PM
Members of the Times Review staff after accepting the Newspaper of the Year award. (From left to right) Web editor Joe Werkmeister, account executive Liz Person, executive editor Grant Parpan, account executive Tina Volinski, Shelter Island Reporter editor Ambrose Clancy,  associate editor Jen Nuzzo, account executive Bill Peters, Suffolk Times and News-Review editor Michael White and publisher Andrew Olsen. (Credit: Terry McShane)

Members of the Times Review staff after accepting the Newspaper of the Year award. (From left to right) Web editor Joe Werkmeister, account executive Liz Person, executive editor Grant Parpan, account executive Tina Volinski, Shelter Island Reporter editor Ambrose Clancy, associate editor Jen Nuzzo, account executive Bill Peters, Suffolk Times and News-Review editor Michael White and publisher Andrew Olsen. (Credit: Terry McShane)

The Suffolk Times received top honors when the results of the New York Press Association’s 2014 Better Newspaper Contest were announced Saturday night.  (more…)

03/28/15 3:54pm
03/28/2015 3:54 PM
Carly Unger and the lost baby fox. (Credit: Courtesy of Nicholle Donohue)

Carly Unger and the lost baby fox. (Credit: Courtesy of Nicholle Donohue)

Nicholle Donohue and her daughter Carly Unger were driving on Main Road in Jamesport on Wednesday when they spotted a fur baby trotting along the roadside.

Thinking it was a small feral cat fending for itself in the cold, they decided to stop the car and help.

“We thought we saw a kitten walking on the road,” said Donohue, who lives in Mattituck. “So we pulled over and my daughter, being the animal lover and [savior] she is, jumped out and went to save it.”

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