09/17/14 12:00pm
09/17/2014 12:00 PM
Flanders artist Andrea Cote at last year's “Eyes on Main Street” event. (Credit: Tim Gannon)

Flanders artist Andrea Cote at last year’s “Eyes on Main Street” event in Riverhead. (Credit: Tim Gannon)

Flanders artist Andrea Cote, who met with the Greenport Village Board to discuss her latest project Monday night, said she plans to install a temporary interactive art piece in Mitchell Park that highlights the village’s history.  (more…)

09/17/14 8:00am
The site of what could one day be the Heritage at Cutchogue condominiums. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)

The site of what could one day be the Heritage at Cutchogue condominiums. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)

News of a stipulation of settlement that could pave the way for construction of a controversial 55-and-over community in Cutchogue has neighbors preparing to protest — again.

From 2007 until the time the developers, Heritage at Cutchogue, filed a pair of lawsuits against the town in state Supreme Court in 2009, the Southold Planning Board received hundreds of complaints about the proposal from residents living near the property.  (more…)

09/16/14 8:53pm
09/16/2014 8:53 PM
Southold/Greenport's Raeanne Berry dribbling forward while being followed by teammate Jasmine Fell and Bishop McGann-Mercy's Madeleine Joinnides (5) and Alexandra Hulse (9). (Credit: Garret Meade)

Southold/Greenport’s Raeanne Berry dribbling forward while being followed by teammate Jasmine Fell and Bishop McGann-Mercy’s Madeleine Joinnides (5) and Alexandra Hulse (9). (Credit: Garret Meade)

MONARCHS 3, CLIPPERS 3 (OT)

A spirited contest between two improved high school girls soccer teams brought what could be considered a just result. It could be said that neither Bishop McGann-Mercy or Southold/Greenport deserved to lose in their Suffolk County League VII game on Tuesday, and neither team did, thanks to Siobhan Merrill.

Merrill, a sophomore center midfielder, rescued McGann-Mercy from what would have been its first loss of the season by scoring the tying goal with 4 minutes 10 seconds left in the second overtime period of a 3-3 draw at Southold High School. (more…)

09/16/14 10:00am
Paul Drum at his family's Front Street Station restaurant in Greenport. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)

Paul Drum at his family’s Front Street Station restaurant in Greenport. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)

If shaking hands, schmoozing and helping fellow community members is part of the job description of mayor, then consider 29-year-old Paul Drum “the man.”

Nicknamed “Pauly the man” or “PTM,” Mr. Drum is well-known in Greenport Village.  (more…)

09/16/14 8:00am

 

The Oki-Do property in East Marion. (Credit: Jen Nuzzo)

A holistic center known as Oki-Do is proposed for this former oyster processing plant in East Marion. (Credit: Jen Nuzzo)

Nearly six years after its draft environmental impact statement was deemed inadequate by the Southold Town Planning Board, the proposed Shizen Hotel Wellness Center and Spa, also known locally as the Oki-Do, is again making waves in East Marion.  (more…)