Former New Suffolk School teacher Martha Kennelly, who has spent two years fighting with the district that refused to reinstate her when a special assignment ended, appears to have won her case that would force the district to reinstate her and pay back wages and benefits from June 30, 2015, according to the decision written by State Commissioner of Education Mary Ellen Elia.
The garage at Bob Auteri’s Manorville home is filled with artifacts he’s recovered during shipwreck dives in Long Island waters and beyond. Glassware dating back to around 1860, submarine motor parts and battery carbon sticks rest on shelves throughout the space.
A 23-year-old Riverhead woman suffered a laceration to her leg from a boat’s outboard motor as she climbed the swim ladder Saturday afternoon, according to Southold Town police. READ
The New Suffolk Board of Education is looking to appoint someone to fill the vacancy left on the board after Jason Cooper died last month.
President Tony Dill said the school board is in the process of compiling a list of interested individuals, who they will then interview for the position. They hope to appoint someone near the start of the upcoming school year.
The New Suffolk Civic Association hosted the 25th annual Fourth of July parade down New Suffolk Road Tuesday morning. READ
Hundreds turned out to Out Run Rett Saturday in New Suffolk. READ
Next month, residents in the New Suffolk school district will be asked to approve a $1.1 million budget that attempts to pierce the tax levy cap with a 6 percent increase.
That amount equals a $25,000 spending increase and is nearly double the district’s allowable tax levy limit of 3.4 percent, school board president Tony Dill said, noting that six additional students have moved into the district.
Growing up, Lauren Grant was often hesitant to have friends visit her at home.
While they all loved her mother, there was something about Mom that Ms. Grant was trying to keep hidden — the fact that she was an alcoholic.
A 37-year-old man driving with a suspended license was caught with drugs during a traffic stop in New Suffolk Sunday morning, according to a Southold Town police press release. READ
Michael and Carol Malkush of Cutchogue have announced the marriage of their daughter Melissa to Don Peters, son of Ron and Pat Peters of Newtown, Ohio. The ceremony took place at New Suffolk Beach Sept. 10. The reception was held in the Malkushes’ backyard in Cutchogue.