Its cool-minded approach to things, both on and off the golf course, came in handy for the Mattituck High School boys golf team in the pressure-filled Suffolk County League VII Tournament. The Tuckers not only won their third consecutive league tournament title, but did so in record fashion. READ
After years of complaints from residents who say overhead helicopters make too much noise and disrupt their days, the Eastern Region Helicopter Council introduced new route recommendations this spring.
As 2016 draws to a close, it’s time to reflect on all the changes that took place at local schools over the past 12 months. The Suffolk Times sat down with Anne Smith, superintendent of the Mattituck-Cutchogue School District, and David Gamberg, shared superintendent of the Southold and Greenport school districts, to discuss the past year, which included school garden expansions, the introduction of Project Fit and increased security measures.
National Honor Society chapters, which recognize students who achieve high academic honors, have become a staple at North Fork schools. And now, Mattituck High School students who excel in music have the opportunity to be recognized by an additional honor society.
The Suffolk County Legislature voted Tuesday to approve $25,000 toward studies to address traffic safety issues in Mattituck and Greenport.
The funding is part of a $7.5 million grant for economic development projects across the county that are aimed at keeping young people on Long Island.
A Greenport man was arrested on a drunken driving charge following a two-car crash Friday night, Southold police said.
Finally, the Greenport Porters will get an opportunity to pick on teams their own size.
After an excruciating four days playing and losing to three larger schools from higher classifications, the Greenport boys basketball team will embark on its Suffolk County League VIII season against Port Jefferson at home on Jan. 6.
It certainly could not come soon enough.
Robert Earle White
Lifelong Greenport resident Robert Earle White died Dec. 28 at his home. He was 90. (more…)
Jason Damianos, owner of Jason’s Vineyard in Jamesport, has been identified as the victim in Friday morning’s fatal car crash in Riverhead, according to a police press release.
Competing on the grandest stage in New York State high school wrestling, Mattituck/Greenport/Southold did something it had never done before. Yet, what the Tuckers wanted most still eluded them. READ