The Southold Historical Society is celebrating a piece of Civil War history that was recently restored.
A historic banner discovered in 2014 in the attic of a local store once operated by the Richmond family has now been installed at the Ann Currie-Bell House on the grounds of the society’s Main Road museum complex.
Anna Throne-Holst received more votes in five of the 1st District’s seven towns against Dave Calone during Tuesday’s Democratic primary race, according to results released Wednesday by the Suffolk County Board of Elections.
Each Wednesday night during the summer, dozens of sailboats dot the horizon along the New Suffolk Waterfront.
The races around Robins Island, which are organized by the Peconic Bay Sailing Association, have been singled out for the striking visuals they create.
There are few Suffolk County first responders who don’t know the name Thomas Lateulere, the chief of training and education for the county’s Regional Emergency Medical Services Council (REMSCO). READ
Here is the Suffolk Times Service Directory for June 30, 2016. If you are interested in placing an ad, please call Karen, 631-354-8029 or email [email protected].
Suffolk Times Service Directory: June 30, 2016
Here are the classifieds for June 30, 2016. If you are interested in placing an ad, please call Karen, 631-354-8029 or email [email protected].
Times Review classifieds: June 30, 2016
Few players have traveled as far to play in the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League as Max Smith. READ
The Floyd Memorial Library has received a state grant to pay for its new video surveillance system and energy-efficient lighting.
Cindy Swiskey, a registered nurse who specializes in substance abuse treatment, has been selected as Eastern Long Island Hospital’s “Nurse of the Year.”
“What you hear is what you see.” That’s the motto of Peconic Landing’s Art Without Barriers initiative.