A study of Greenport’s transportation hub around the ferry, bus stop and train station has outlined several options for reconfiguring the area to better accommodate traffic and pedestrian access. One of them would flip Wiggins Street to a one-way street going west instead of east. READ
More than a 125 people attended Wednesday’s Federal Aviation Administration workshop in Riverhead to express complaints over the constant buzz of helicopters flying across the North Fork. But the format of the hearing left many feeling as if the FAA was failing to take their complaints seriously. READ
Funding from 2019 federal Community Development Block Grants will be used for upgrades to bring the Tasker Park playground in Peconic into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. READ
The Southold Town Board discussed revising its boat trailer permit law, which was enacted before the summer season kicked off this year. READ
The Southold Town Board voted unanimously to adopt a 2019 budget of $47.3 million last week. READ
The Southold Town Planning Board has recommended a “no left turn” sign and a “no stopping” sign for the proposed tasting space of Eastern Front Brewing Co. on Main Road in Mattituck. (more…)
The Southold Town Board awarded veterinarians from North Fork Animal Hospital with a proclamation for donating their time and services to treating police dogs over the years. (more…)
Before a crowd of jubilant supporters late Tuesday night, Congressman Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley) vowed to work together with everyone to find common ground toward improving the community, while also saying the country must find a way to unite in what has become a turbulent political climate. READ
Election Day 2018 has arrived.
The Suffolk Times has you covered with everything you need to know before voting. READ
By now, you’ve probably heard them debate the issues — and you’ve certainly seen their TV ads — but who are they?
Here’s some background on the candidates for Congress, state Senate and state Assembly. READ