03/13/14 7:00am
03/13/2014 7:00 AM

Cast members rehearse “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

The drama “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” based on Ken Kesey’s 1962 novel, opens Friday at North Fork Community Theatre in Mattituck. The play focuses on a rebellious patient of a mental institution who takes on the iron-fisted head nurse. (more…)

02/22/14 7:00am
02/22/2014 7:00 AM
JENNIFER GUSTAVSON FILE PHOTO | Sea Tow International CEO Capt. Joseph Frohnhoefer, right, with his wife Georgia and Roy Morrow (center).

JENNIFER GUSTAVSON FILE PHOTO | Sea Tow International CEO Capt. Joseph Frohnhoefer, right, with his wife Georgia and Roy Morrow (center).

Sea Tow Services International founder and CEO Joseph Frohnhoefer, Jr. was recognized earlier this month by the National Marine Manufacturers Association, which presented him with the Charles F. Chapman Award Feb. 13.  (more…)

02/21/14 6:00am
02/21/2014 6:00 AM

Jane McGoldrick (left) of Southold and Centerport and Andrea Brancato of Centerport work on their scarves Sunday. (Katharine Schroeder photo)

In honor of Heart Awareness Month, a small group of women gathered at Fitness Advantage in Southold last Sunday to knit and crochet red scarves for the Women Heart project, which distributes scarves to female heart patients as a show of care and concern.  (more…)

01/18/14 2:30pm
01/18/2014 2:30 PM
CYNDI MURRAY |Members of the NoFo Runners Club jogged in honor of the Jamesport runner who was killed Thursday.

CYNDI MURRAY PHOTO |  Members of the NoFo Runners Club jogged in honor of the Jamesport runner who was killed Thursday.

The tragic death of a Jamesport man who was killed after being struck by two cars while out jogging along Main Road in Laurel Thursday has become the catalyst for the NoFo Runners Group’s campaign to help raise awareness about safety. (more…)

03/15/11 12:26pm
03/15/2011 12:26 PM

High Honor Roll
Grade 12: Christian Aldaz, Michael Arpaia, Johanna Baglivi, Jessica Boomer, John Bradley, Cristina Bremer, Melanie Buckingham, Madeleine Burlingame, Ashley Goeller, William Goggins, Katherine Golde, Jared Goodale, Christine Hansen, Colin Keil, Kyra Leonardi, Stefanie Loverde, Efrain Lozada III, Michael Mangiamele, Lillian McCullough, Emma Milligan, Rebecca Mincieli, Kimberley Mulrain, Joseph Pfaff, Kevin Reyer, Michelle Rosnack, Marissa Russo, Sierra Savercool, Veronica Stelzer, Andrew Vescovi.

Grade 11: Christine Angell, Carly Batist, Kira Buckel, Christopher Caprise, Caroline Coe, Nicole DiVello, James Finora, Julia Gaines, Morgan Gildersleeve, Mirin Greenberger, Tracy Grim, Matthew Ireland, Andrew Kinsey, Dominika Kupiszewska, Christina Lozada, Melissa Milowski, Mallaigh Nolan, Siobhan Nolan, Kimberly Olsen, Elena Paparatto, Maria Peroni, Erin Pozzolano, Sarah Reisenberg, Casey Schur, Jason Sidor, Thomas Sledjeski, Christian Tettelbach, Nora Zuhoski.

Grade 10: Christopher Baglivi, Douglas Beebe, Alexandra Berkoski, Jonathan Borowy, Emily Bosworth, Trevor Busch, Megan Finn, Mally Fogarty, Katharine Freudenberg, Amanda Gatz, Anna Goerler, Dylan Hahn, Kevin Izzo, Tristan Keil, Michael Kelly, Jessica Kwasnik, Matthew Mautarelli, Nicole Murphy, Alexa Orlando, Anne O’Rourke, Yuliya Palianok, Sara Paparatto, Cassianne Pelan, Caitlin Penny, Sara Perkins, Nicholas Piraino, Marc Proferes, Daniel Salice, Sydney Sanders, Erik Savercool, Melissa Siegfried, Elaina Sluyters, Richard Smith, Alexandra Solowinska, Lyndsie Taylor, Brittany Tumulty.

Grade 9: Pamela Batist, Francis Benante, Matthew Berezny, Ryan Bergen, Elly Bergen, Christine Bieber, Victoria Bonagura, Rodrigo Calderon, Zev Carter, Paige Catalano, Larissa Catullo, Helen Chen, Emily Ciamaricone, Meghan Daly, Clay Davis, Shannon Dwyer, Kyle Freudenberg, Tara Gatz, Mayra Gonzalez, Sydney Goy, Melissa Hickox, Charles Hickox, Adam Hicks, Christopher Hicks, Jaclyn Imbriano, Molly Kowalski, Robert Krudop, Hallie Kujawski, Victoria Lang, Roy Lebkuecher, Nicole L’Hommedieu, Andrea Loper, Christian Montgomery, Nina Nickerson, John Nolan, Erik Olsen, Joseph Peroni, Daniel Peters, Ralph Pugliese, Tristan Reese, Patrick Robbins, Tyler Rochon, Nicole Scartozzi, Kevin Schwartz, Kellie Ann Stepnoski, Isabel Torgove, Rachel Winkler.

Grade 8: Lisa Angell, Courtney Benediktsson, Kaylee Bergen, Sydney Bradley, Patricia Brisotti, Matthew Carter, Maisy Claudio, Nicole Considine, Elizabeth Dumblis, Christopher Dwyer, Harrison Forte, William Gildersleeve, Jennifer Gonzalez-Euceda, Abigail Graeb, Kevin Hudson, Paige Hudson, Walter Jacob, Owen Kaminsky, Madison Kent, Kamila Kulakowska, Emma Leaden, Constantina Leodis, Christopher Mauceri, Christopher McGowan, Terrence McKinney, Ryan Messinger, Emily Mincieli, Christopher Molchan, Courtney Murphy, Georgia Neighley, James Nish, Ian Nish, Oliver Orr, Ruben Palencia, Daniel Parks, Pulith Peiris, Sarah Pfennig, Rebecca Piraino, Colby Prokop, Heidy Quizhpi, Marisa Sannino, Leah Santacroce, Alyssa Scartozzi, Cal Seifert, Sarah Sheppard, Christopher Sledjeski, Zachary Smith, Caralee Stevens, Jamie Stonemetz, Emily Talbot, Haley Unger, Cady Vitale, Nicholas Vitolano, Elizabeth Wilcenski, Matthew Wilton, Ya-Xin You, Andrew Young, Nicole Zurawski.

Grade 7: John Batuello, Thomas Behr, Hayley Berry, Waldemar Bunker, Christian Burns, Julie Dickerson, Carly Doorhy, Eddie Dowling, Jack Dufton, Alec Durkin, Jonathan Dwyer, Emma Fasolino, Erin Feeney, Liam Finnegan, Hannah Fitzgerald, Sarah Fogarty, Gwyneth Foley, David Folk, Ava Gaines, Jake Gambaiani, Emily Gatz, Yianni Giannaris, Audrey Hoeg, Katherine Hoeg, Tristin Ireland, Caitlin Jacobs, Chloe Janis, Raven Janoski, Caroline Keil, Anna Kowalski, Julie Krudop, Antonina Lentini, Dylan Marlborough, Meghan McKillop, Susie Nickerson, Lika Osepashvili, Cameron Pase, Meghan Pawlik, Courtney Penny, Dawn Rochon, Kimberly Scheer, Brett Slack, Sophia Sluyters, Andrew Stakey, Cecilia Stevens, William Stuckart, Madison True, Lucas Webb, Charles Zaloom.

Honor Roll
Grade 12: Thomas Ascher, Jacqueline Berkoski, Casie Binkowski, Casey Burns, Zoe Campbell, Sharayah Carita, Daniel Catullo, Dana Clanton, Emily Comando, Brandon Damiani, Connor Davis, Amy Dries, Andrew Ennis, Kimberly Fenoy, Nairy Garcia, Alexander Goerler, Cavan Gregg, John Hamilton, Melissa Hand, Eric Izzo, Yener Javier Miguel, Nicole Krupski, Kimberly Krupski, Claire Leaden, Taylor Leden, Andrew L’Hommedieu, Taylor Lonk, Katherine Loper, John Nugent, Katharine Poulmentis, Wilson Quizhpi, Jesse Reynolds, Kayla Sahli, Marie Santacroce, Alexander Scalia, Charles Schneider, Sara Scholl, Matthew Waggoner.

Grade 11: Melissa Barry, Lisa Beebe, Erica Bundrick, Savanna Campbell, Rebecca Caracciolo, Kelly Cassidy, Megan Conklin, Kaitlyn Doorhy, Christina Fasolino, Dylan Gibaldi, Kenneth Gillan, Kellie Hennessey, Kevin Herrera, Zachary Hinsch, Graham Homan, Elizabeth Lasota, Nicholas Lentini, Taylor Loper, Alexandria Makucewicz, Kathryn Mangiamele, Eric Marcus, Ashley Marron, Victoria Messinger, Gabriella Messinger, Peter Ostrowski, Nicole Palladini, Victoria Perez, Veronica Reitz, Daina Reynolds, John Sciacchitano, Danielle Stepnoski, Victor Thuroe, Alexandra Zaweski, Travis Zurawski.

Grade 10: Kaitlin Beebe, David Burkhardt, Danielle Christie, Tyler Connell, Christopher Cushman, Scott DeLong, Haley DeRidder, Samantha Fasolino, Tomasz Filipkowski, Ryan Finger, Maryanne Fitzgerald, Shannon Gatz, Nicholas Geiser, Casey Grathwohl, Frederick Hansen, Jonathan Hellermann, Emily Horan, Alexandra Kluko, Danielle Knuth, Kyle Krause, Peter Kren, Cordelia Larsen, Marianthi Leodis, Despina Leodis, Morgan Murphy, Evan Neighley, Cydnie Piscatello, Stephanie Reisenberg, James Rugnetta, Jennifer Silleck, Justin Tyler, Natasha VandeWetering, Andre Vega, Alexandra Wilcenski, Morgan Wilsberg, Bonnie Zellner.

Grade 9: Paul Annunziata, Matthew Berry, Laurel Bertolas, Eric Briggmann, Cameron Burt, Jed Donikyan, Matthew Gillan, Autumn Harris, Kayla Healy, Valentina Hommel, Desirae Hubbard, Ian Husak, Michael Kahn, Salvatore Loverde, Declan Lynch, Jessica Makucewicz, Douglas Massey, Mark McCaskie, Christopher Mehalakes, Erin Miller, Robert Molchan, Joseph Nadel, Austin Pase, Jennifer Pautke, Daniel Pawlik, Brian Pelan, Geoffroy Penny, Mirsa Perez, Nicholas Rabkevich, Tyler Reeve, MacKenzie Robertson, Alaina Robins, Brette Rosen, Casey Rugnetta, Joseph Salice, Riley Savercool, Dana Sciacchitano, William Shuford, Caleb Smith, Qiong You.

Grade 8: Eduard Agayan, Ashley Alexander, Connor Almberg, Shawna Baker, Brianne Briggmann, Steven Brisotti, Ramzi Butler Kelly, Miranda Cahill, Ryan Dabrowski, Jacqueline Diaz, Kevin Diffley, Jack DiGregorio, William Esposito, Olivia Finn, Robin Gromadzki, Joshua Hassildine, Hunter Hedges, Marlon Herrera, Benjamin Hinsch, Amanda Hodun, Victoria Ireland, Rony Javier, Lillianna Kiel, Matthew Krauza, Adrianna Lawson, Maddalena Mineo, Lucas Morse, Michael O’Rourke, Marcos Perivolaris, Emilie Reimer, Annalise Schweitzer, Gebriell Sierra, Molly Smith, Abigail Terry, Tyler Webb, Diana West, Kevin Williams, Ryan Zlatniski.

Grade 7: Cassidy Arnzen, Taylor Berkoski, Lawrence Brown, Thomas Chatin, Meghan Corazzini, Tyler Corrigan, Daniel Fedun, Austin Gao, Rocco Genovese, Sarah Goerler, Jacquelin Gonzalez, Ashley Gonzalez, Joseph Graeb, Skyler Grathwohl, Carolyn Hansen, Christina Hatzinikolaou, Katerina Hatzinikolaou, Jeffrey Hauser, Zachary Holmes, Frank Imbriano, Trevor Larsen, Joseph Lisowy, Garrett Malave, Raymond Malo, Kaitlyn McCarthy, Ryan McCaskie, Matthew Mehalakes, Andreana Mineo, Ryan Mowdy, Daniel Nugent, Kristina Olsen, Michael Onufrak, Artemis Pando, Brianna Perino, Ryan Reilly, Thomas Riley, Randy Salvitti, Miranda Sannino, Benjamin Savercool, Timothy Schmidt, Kendrick Schneider, Samuel Shaffery, Greg Sheryll, Samantha Smilovich, Joseph Tardif, Mia Vasile-Cozzo, Fredric Visser III, Rachel Voegel, Matthew Wells.

Commended Students
Grade 12: Erik Kopf.
Grade 10: John Schultz.
Grade 9: Jocelyne Salvador.
Grade 8: Joseph Cavanagh, Nicholas Noormae.
Grade 7: Darius Brew, Zachary Bokina, Shane Uher.

10/06/10 9:18pm
10/06/2010 9:18 PM

With Columbus Day upon us, you can bet the roads will be bumper to bumper with visitors picking pumpkins and apples, tasting wine and enjoying local restaurants and stores. Be patient; the traffic is good for local businesses and will be over before we know it.
Celebrating a wedding anniversary is special but honoring 60 years of marriage is a milestone. Best wishes go to Claire and Barney Harris, who toasted their 60 years together Oct. 1. They were married at Our Lady of Ostrabrama Church and have spent their time in Mattituck raising four daughters and enjoying seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. And just when they think the celebrations are over, Claire will blow out birthday candles on the 15th along with her grandson, Keith Berezny, who will turn 18. Best wishes for many more happy years to come.
Cathie and Tom Dickerson are also celebrating an anniversary this week, on Oct. 9. Congratulations!
There will be a College Fair next Thursday, Oct. 14, 7 to 9 p.m., at Mattituck High School. Everyone is welcome.
Birthday wishes go out to Luke Bugdin today, Oct. 7; Lois Bennardo and Jessica DeMato on the 8th; Cassie Straub on the 9th; Bea Casaula and Andrew Young on the 10th, along with my mother, Catherine Heintz; Dane Rosen, Ron Smith and Maggie Goggins on the 11th; and Miranda Cahill on the 13th.
The Empty Bowls Project, started in 1990, is an international grassroots effort to end hunger. Mattituck Junior Senior High School students and community members are participating by creating ceramic bowls under the direction of art instructor Jeanne Fallot. Their goal is to complete 200 bowls and use them this winter at a proposed “Souper Supper” soup and bread fundraiser. Proceeds will be donated to the CAST food pantry to help alleviate hunger locally. The effort has produced 125 bowls so far, and additional workshops will be held this fall for interested parents and students. Donations are welcome to help purchase the items needed to make and serve the soup. To attend a workshop or make a donation (checks payable to MHS), contact Lee Harned at [email protected] or Jeanne Fallot at [email protected]

10/06/10 9:16pm

I think Mother Nature has issues. Yesterday I was basking in the sunshine at the Porters football game. Today it’s a balmy 63 degrees at my house. So, yes, I’m counting down the days until the return of summer. I’ve only got 287 days left to wait!
John Helinski celebrated his 90th birthday in Greenport with a party on Oct. 2. Friends and family flew in to celebrate from as far away as Alaska, California, Maine, Virginia and Washington, D.C.
This is Homecoming week at GHS, but there will be no pep rally/bonfire this year. They’re trying something new that the kids have wanted for a long time: an in-school spirit day with competitions between the classes.
The annual senior class spaghetti dinner will be tonight, Thursday, Oct. 7, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the cafeteria. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for senior citizens and children. Afterward, the Student Council will host the Homecoming dance, where the Queen, King and their courts will be selected.
Congratulations and a lifetime of happiness to my nephew Marcus Tooker and his fiancée, Jaclyn Salottolo. Marcus popped the question Labor Day weekend and Jaclyn said, “Yes”! (Actually, she said, “Shut up!” in response to his proposal, but the end result was a resounding “yes.”) They will become Mr. and Mrs. Tooker in Wilmington, N.C., on April 30, 2011. Congratulations, Jaclyn and Marcus, and welcome to the family, Jaclyn!
Steve Burt’s book “FreeK Camp” has been named a finalist for the Moonbeam Children’s Book Award for Best Young Adult Horror/Mystery Book of 2010. The winners will be announced Oct. 15.
There will be a concert at GHS featuring five or six teen bands on Oct. 12 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. and everyone is welcome to attend. Proceeds will go toward the purchase of new sound equipment for the school.
The St. Peter’s Lutheran Church Harvest Festival is this Saturday, Oct. 9, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Rain date is Monday, Oct. 11.
Also on Oct. 9, the Friends of Floyd Memorial Library will hold a chinese auction, book sale and bake sale at the library from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Greenport Fire Department Rescue Squad’s annual chicken dinner fundraiser is Wednesday, Oct. 13, at the Soundview from noon to 8 p.m. Donations are $18 per person and takeout will be available. Get tickets from any squad member or at the door.
The East End branch of the ELIH Auxiliary will host its Fall Fingertip Luncheon at noon on Thursday, Oct. 14, at Front Street Station. Tickets are $15 per person and can be purchased at ELIH’s Corner Gift Shop or by calling 477-3670.
Happy birthday this week to Mary Thornhill and Meghan Caffery today, Oct. 7; Ashley Andrews, Samantha Riemer, Michael Daly, Shawn Volinski and Anthony Nichols on the 8th; Colin Ratsey and Arnold Golz on the 9th; Leah Walker, Brian Dinizio, John Schott, Paul Dinizio and my cousin Don Bondarchuk on the 10th; and Diana Moore, Monica Merritt, Sarah McNamara and Kelly Welch on the 11th.
Celebrating anniversaries this week are Kathy and George Hubbard, married 17 years on Oct. 9, and Jim’s aunt and uncle, Mary Jane and Tony Dinizio, who will raise a toast on the 10th along with Della and Kenny Watson, who mark 42 years together the same day. Oct. 11 was a big day for weddings, it seems, as four couples have anniversaries that day: Jeanette and Anton Volinski will celebrate 52 years of married life; and Sue and Scott Klipp mark 24 years together; Kelly and Cliff Harris toast two years of wedded bliss; and Laura and Ed Wright celebrate 18 years of marriage.

10/06/10 9:12pm

The first-ever SHS men’s alumni soccer game held last Saturday was a big success. There were lots of spectators, including many children who came to watch their daddies play. Ted Graham scored the only goal, but all the players had a great time. Thanks to Dan McGunnigle, Paulette Ofrias, Scott Ofrias and everyone who helped to make this event possible.
Saturday was also a beautiful day for the 17th annual Whitebread sailing race. Bill and Karen Rich and their crew — John Barker, Nicki Kelly, George Koch, Henry Rich and Steve Grzesik — led Spindrift to a first-place overall finish and First in Fleet in the non-spinnaker division.
Congratulations to Karl Szymczak on completing U.S. Navy boot camp. He will be stationed at Corey Naval Station in Pensacola, Fla., until February. His proud family wishes him the best.
Congratulations also to Kim and Gary Leidahl on the birth of Ryan James on Sept. 29. Proud grandparents are Jim and Judy Woodhull of Southold.
Belated happy birthday to Lauren Ficurilli, who turned “sweet 16” on Oct. 2, and her mom, Denise, on the 6th. Anna Mudd, daughter of Jennifer and Steve, turned 1 on Sept. 30, and her Grandma Nancy Smith celebrates today, Oct. 7, as do David Baryk and John Sinning Sr.; Pat Lund on the 8th; Carla Hubbard on the 12th; and Kathryn Luce on the 13th.
Former Southold residents Ed and Carol Andersen drove from their home in South Carolina to Texas to join their son Chris and his family for Chris’ 50th birthday on Sept. 30.
Joe and Connie Sawicki toasted 58 years of marriage Sept. 28 at a dinner with their family.
Henry and Barbara Santacroce were married 50 years ago tomorrow, Oct. 8, at St. Patrick Church. This Saturday, they will renew their vows at the 4 p.m. Mass at the very same church. Their three children and their spouses and the couple’s 16 grandchildren wish them many more years of happiness.
Support the North Fork Chamber of Commerce’s fourth annual Columbus Day Golf Extravaganza at Island’s End. The day will begin at 11:30 a.m. and includes a barbecue lunch, beverage cart and a chance to win $15,000. The cost is $75 per golfer. To register or get sponsorship information, call 765-3161.
The works of artist Charlie Mattina are on display at the Southold Free Library through the month of October. While you’re there, pick up a brochure at the circulation desk about the download service available via a “Virtual Branch” website. The library will also be collecting non-perishable food items for local food pantries throughout October.
Mark your calendar for Oct. 19, when Southold Rotary’s scallop dinner will be held at the Soundview from noon to 8 p.m. Tickets are $25 (gratuity not included). Proceeds benefit local scholarships, the holiday food basket program, ELIH and Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck.