Bob Jester grimaces with each movement. His hands clutch two parallel bars at waist height positioned at the end of a trainer’s table at Peconic Landing’s rehabilitation center in Greenport. Seated in front of him, therapist and exercise physiologist Betty Carlson positions a band around his waist and holds with each hand to help Mr. Jester steady himself as he slowly stands away from the edge of the table.
Saint Agnes R.C. Church in Greenport has scheduled an interfaith prayer service for the victims of Sunday’s mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Crunch time is Ryan Herrmann time.
Herrmann has done it again. And by that, we mean win another high school boys soccer game for Southold. READ
A Greenport man with a history of arrests was charged with felony burglary Tuesday night after Southold Town police identified him on surveillance footage, according to a police press release. READ
My name is Victoria Schade. I’m an employee here at Special Effects Salon and Spa in Greenport Village.
I think it’s safe to say I’ve been working here since I was 6 years old. READ
When I first spent summers on Shelter Island, in the 1970s, a favorite rainy-day excursion was a trip to Greenport to shop at the Arcade. If we needed beach toys, 100 percent cotton socks or sheets for the extra guest, we knew where to go. European visitors delighted in the novelty of finding measuring cups in ounces rather than grams. The store’s aura — its creaky wooden floors and leathery smell — was as welcoming as its inventory.
Following the devastating natural disasters around the world this past month, including four major hurricanes — Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria — that have hit Texas, Florida, the Caribbean, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and more, people are coming out in droves to help.
(Update: 2 p.m.) — Village officials announced Wednesday a plan to reconfigure the Adams Street parking lot to prohibit vehicles from exiting onto Main Street will not move forward.