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04/19/18 5:55am

Walking the halls of Oysterponds Elementary School, guests are greeted by hundreds of pieces of glistening blue, white, brown and green stained glass. They were put together by students in grades K through 6, as well as staff and community members, to create four different pictures, said Oysterponds art teacher Laurie Sanders.  READ

02/26/18 7:00pm
02/26/2018 7:00 PM

Hello, my name is Jim Michta and I’m the Candy Man, here making all the Easter candies for Easter.

Right now, we’re in heavy duty making rabbits, as many as we can make. We only have like five weeks left before Easter.  READ

09/23/17 6:01am
09/23/2017 6:01 AM

A colleague of mine at this newspaper used to refer to the North Fork’s easternmost hamlet as The People’s Republic of Orient. The implication was that residents of Orient considered themselves and their hamlet separate and apart from the rest of Southold Town — a humorous suggestion that was, at the very least, partially reality-based. READ

09/15/17 5:55am
09/15/2017 5:55 AM

This week was a big one for many Orient residents.

On Monday night, and again on Tuesday, residents of the hamlet at the tip of the North Fork rose up and spoke their minds to elected and appointed Southold Town officials about what they would not accept for the beautiful land and vistas in their community.

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