07/13/14 10:00am

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Times/Review classifieds offers local companies a place to advertise their job openings each week, and this week close to 40 positions are available from restaurant help, to a mason, to sailing instructors.

And for anyone interested in submitting a classified ad, email: classifieds@timesreview.com.

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07/13/14 8:00am
Nothing says "street fair" like cotton candy.  From left:  Nick Dombroski, 9, brother Alex, 8, and friend Jayden Martino, 8, all of Ridge. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Nothing says “street fair” like cotton candy. From left: Nick Dombroski, 9, brother Alex, 8, and friend Jayden Martino, 8, all of Ridge. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

The Mattituck Chamber of Commerce held its 37th annual street fair on Love Lane Saturday. The event featured vendors, live music, face painting, food and refreshments, as well as the crowning of Little Miss and Little Mr. Mattituck.

See more photos from Saturday below:

Hannah Prokop, 15, of Mattituck (on right) with her sister Colby, 17.  Hannah, a cancer survivor, raises money to help improve the lives of kids dealing with cancer. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Hannah Prokop, 15, of Mattituck (on right) with her sister Colby, 17. Hannah, a cancer survivor, raises money to help improve the lives of kids dealing with cancer. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Eros, a 1-year-old ambassador for the North Fork Animal Welfare League. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Eros, a 1-year-old ambassador for the North Fork Animal Welfare League. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Brooklyn Lascelle, 8, of New Jersey, visits with one of NFAWL's adoptable kittens. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Brooklyn Lascelle, 8, of New Jersey, visits with one of NFAWL’s adoptable kittens. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

A beautiful day for the fair. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

A beautiful day for the fair. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Ken Schneider from Cutchogue's Really Good Fruit Spreads. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Ken Schneider from Cutchogue’s Really Good Fruit Spreads. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Decorated wine bottles for sale. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Decorated wine bottles for sale. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Debbie DeLuca, left, and Linda DiRienzo, both of Branford, Conn., shopping for trinkets. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Debbie DeLuca, left, and Linda DiRienzo, both of Branford, Conn., shopping for trinkets. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Donna Cirincione of Eastport, left, enjoys a sample from East End Foodies' Jane Mandel,  center, and Suzanne Klein, right. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Donna Cirincione of Eastport, left, enjoys a sample from East End Foodies’ Jane Mandel, center, and Suzanne Klein, right. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Dreamcatchers for sale. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Dreamcatchers for sale. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Raising money for Sandy repairs.  From  left:  Hannah Murphy, 13, Pria Dahiya, 12, Micky Kalich, 10, Barry Murphy, and Ava Sannino, 10. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Raising money for Sandy repairs. From
left: Hannah Murphy, 13, Pria Dahiya, 12, Micky Kalich, 10, Barry Murphy, and Ava Sannino, 10. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Co-host Molly Kowalski questions contestants at the Little Miss Mattituck contest. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Co-host Molly Kowalski questions contestants at the Little Miss Mattituck contest. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Crowds at the street fair. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Crowds at the street fair. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Waiting is the hardest part. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Waiting is the hardest part. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Host Danielle Cardinale congratulates winner Julie Bodenstein, 6, of Cutchogue. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Host Donielle Cardinale congratulates winner Julie Bodenstein, 6, of Cutchogue. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Ryan Harned, 6, of Cutchogue, reacts when he hears his name called as winner of the Little Mr. Mattituck contest. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Ryan Harned, 6, of Cutchogue, reacts when he hears his name called as winner of the Little Mr. Mattituck contest. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Little Miss Mattituck Julie Bodenstein, 6, with Little Mr. Mattituck, Ryan Harned, 6. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Little Miss Mattituck Julie Bodenstein, 6, with Little Mr. Mattituck, Ryan Harned, 6. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

The winners with co-hosts Molly Kowalski and Christian Montgomery. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

The winners with co-hosts Molly Kowalski and Christian Montgomery. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

07/12/14 3:00pm
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Waterfront Fund executive committee chair Barbara Schnitzler discusses plans for the Galley Ho Saturday morning at the New Suffolk Elementary School. (Credit: Rachel Young)

Just beyond the entrance of New Suffolk Elementary School, a multi-colored poster states the following: “Only POSITIVE attitudes allowed beyond this point.”

But on Saturday morning, as dozens of community members packed into a classroom to hear a presentation from the New Suffolk Waterfront Fund about the nonprofit’s hotly contested plans for the relocation and renovation of the Galley Ho restaurant, the mood was more combative than cheerful.  (more…)

07/12/14 2:00pm
Sylvester Manor on Shelter Island. (Credit: file photo)

Sylvester Manor on Shelter Island. (Credit: file photo)

When Eben Fiske Ostby deeded another 141 acres of land, including the Manor House, barns and other buildings, to the Sylvester Manor Educational Farm in June, it was his determination to keep the property from becoming a site for housing development that would trample on its historical significance.  (more…)

07/11/14 4:10pm
07/11/2014 4:10 PM

A woman armed with a “small folding knife” entered a Southold house Thursday night and attempted to attack a man there, all while a child was nearby, according to criminal charges filed against her.

The woman — 55-year-old Jeanne Caufield of Southold — has been charged with felony burglary, as well as misdemeanor criminal possession of a weapon and endangering the welfare of a child, Southold Town police said.

She’s accused of “unlawfully entering” the home about 8:40 p.m. “with the intent of assaulting [the victim],” according to a criminal complaint filed in Southold Town Justice Court.

During a “physical confrontation” the woman brandished the knife and attempted to injure the victim, the complaint reads.

A child, listed only as younger than 17, was at the home at the time of the alleged attack, according to the court records.

Police declined to comment further on the incident.

Ms. Caufield was taken into custody after the incident and arraigned in Southold Town court Friday morning. Bail was set at $1,000, according to a Southold court clerk.

She is due back in court on Tuesday.

psquire@timesreview.com

07/11/14 10:00am
ELEANOR P. LABROZZI PHOTO | A South Ferry boat crossing the Shelter Island Sound at sunset.

A South Ferry boat crossing the Shelter Island Sound at sunset. (Credit: Eleanor P. Labrozzi)

The Suffolk County Legislature voted unanimously to approve funding to dredge the South Ferry channel connecting Shelter Island with North Haven with work expected to be done between October 1 and January.

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07/11/14 8:01am
Aquaculturist Bren Smith of Thimble Island Oyster Company in Connecticut is the first sugar kelp grower to cultivate the sea vegetable from Long Island Sound waters. He is working with food industry insiders, including expert chefs from New York City, and international supermarket chains to help drive market demand for domestically grown kelp products. (Credit: Bren Smith)

Aquaculturist Bren Smith of Thimble Island Oyster Company in Connecticut is the first sugar kelp grower to cultivate the sea vegetable from Long Island Sound waters. He is working with food industry insiders, including expert chefs from New York City, and international supermarket chains to help drive market demand for domestically grown kelp products. (Credit: Bren Smith)

It’s a delicacy Asian cultures have enjoyed for centuries but is more commonly thought of as the slippery — and sometimes slimy — brown stuff that grows naturally in area waters and then washes up on beaches.

And one day, it could be a major moneymaker for the North Fork.  (more…)