A 10th league title will be added to the Mattituck boys tennis team’s championship banner. The question is: Will the Tuckers have to share it? (Credit: Bob Liepa)
HURRICANES 4, TUCKERS 3
The sweet taste of a championship season soured a bit for the Mattituck High School boys tennis team on Thursday.
Having already secured at least a share of the Suffolk County League VII championship, the Tuckers were on the verge of clinching the title outright. Then came controversy and a costly forfeit. (more…)
No work needed before moving into this North Fork dream home. (more…)
The Southold Historical Society no longer wants to keep the L’Hommedieu Barn which now sits on the corner of Main Road and Maple Lane. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
The Southold Historical Society is looking to get rid of a century’s old barn nearly 15 years after investing more than $50,000 in the structure’s restoration. (more…)
William A. Forte of Calverton, formerly of Cutchogue and West Babylon passed on April 28, 2015 at the age of 84. (more…)
The village recreation center is relocating to the former Perry Day Care Center space at Clinton Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church.
Mayor George Hubbard said Eastern Long Island Hospital notified the village in November that it would not renew its lease for the current rec center space. The lease expires at the end of May, Mr. Hubbard said.
The village currently pays $1,000 per month in rent plus utilities; the mayor said the arrangement at the church will be the same.
Perry Day Care Center closed in August 2013 due to financial hardships.
Last Thursday, the Village Board approved a resolution to hire Margaret DeVito as the new recreation program director. She’s replacing Catherine Matthews, who has held the position since 2012.
Frank T. Stepnoski of Cutchogue died April 29 at his home. He was 80. (more…)
Mitchell Park in Greenport. (Credit: Jen Nuzzo)
The moratorium for Mitchell Park events will end this week.
The Greenport Village Board voted 3-2 during its meeting last Thursday to end the moratorium on mass public assembly permits for Mitchell Park as of May 1. Deputy mayor Jack Martilotta and Trustee Doug Roberts voted against lifting the ban. (more…)
April is over and May is arriving, with moments to honor our mothers, events for the whole family to gather and days to celebrate the Taurus birthdays in our lives.
Mother’s Day is next weekend and with it comes a chance to see our students share their talents at the Mattituck’s Got Talent event, slated for Friday, May 8, at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Come support our local kids as they take the stage. (more…)
To the editor:
Last week, your reader provided a list of interesting and thought-provoking suggestions for possible lessons as an alternative for students who opted out of the state assessments. (more…)