Louise Pietrewicz, the Cutchogue woman who was missing for more than 51 years before her remains were discovered in Southold last month, died from a series of gunshot wounds to the torso, the Suffolk County Medical Examiner’s office has told her family. READ
How old is the Old House in Cutchogue?
This handsome home, which sits on the Village Green, has long been believed to be part of Budd and Horton family lore, dating back to the founding of Southold Town. READ
Recent news that the remains of Louise Pietrewicz were found in grave six feet beneath the basement in the house that once belonged to her married boyfriend, William Boken, rocked this small town — and beyond. Finally, it was the answer to a 51-year-old mystery. READ
DNA testing has confirmed that human remains discovered last month beneath the basement of a home on Lower Road in Southold are of Louise Pietrewicz, a Cutchogue woman who vanished in October 1966. READ
Remains believed to be those of Louise Pietrewicz, a Cutchogue farmer’s wife who vanished suddenly in October 1966, were unearthed Monday in the basement of the Southold house her married boyfriend, former Southold police officer William Boken, shared with his wife and children. READ
The truth arrived in Southold Monday morning when Suffolk County investigators and town detectives dug deep into the basement of a house on Lower Road and found skeletal remains wrapped in burlap. READ
The Suffolk Times’ three-part documentary series on the 1966 disappearance of Louise Pietrewicz of Cutchogue premiered in October 2017.
Remains believed to be those of Louise Pietrewicz of Cutchogue, who vanished without a trace in October 1966, were unearthed Monday in the basement of the Southold house her married boyfriend, former Southold police officer William Boken, shared with his wife and children. READ
The owner of more than 84 Soundfront acres on Oregon Road in Cutchogue is seeking to divide the property into six residential lots and two agricultural lots, according to an application before the Southold Town Planning Board.
Big Bing LLC & Little Bing LLC is applying for a conservation subdivision on the 84.7-acre tract, where two large farms currently sit side by side. READ
Hundreds of people lined Main Road in Cutchogue Saturday afternoon for the 14th annual St. Patrick’s Day parade. (more…)