The Miles for Mike 5K Walk/Run was held Saturday at Greenport High School. The event raised money for the Michael Brown Memorial Scholarship Fund, which was established by Michael’s family after his death in 2010. READ
East End Arts held its 2017 ARTworks Spring Gala Saturday night where honorees including Senator Ken LaValle, Rev. Maryanne McElroy and Peconic Landing. READ
With spring just over one week away, North Fork residents were greeted this morning to another winter snowstorm. The snow picked up just in time for the morning commute and is expected to taper off in the afternoon. READ
The Mattituck girls basketball team won its second consecutive Class B county championship Tuesday afternoon by defeating Bishop McGann-Mercy. READ
He travels primarily by reindeer-powered sleigh, but for his annual visit to Cutchogue, Santa Claus prefers another mode of transportation: helicopter. READ
‘Hollows Rising,’ a play written by Mattituck High School senior Ryan Buchholz, will be performed by the Mattituck Junior High Players Thursday and Friday, Nov. 17 and 18, in the high school auditorium. READ
The musical comedy “First Date” will open Thursday, Oct. 13, at North Fork Community Theatre in Mattituck. Performances will continue Thursdays-Sundays through Oct. 30.
Carrying on a 60-year tradition, the Cutchogue Fire Department held its annual chicken barbecue Saturday evening, raising funds to support the department and all its good work. READ
Even all these years later, there’s no escaping the principal.
Bob Neidich spent nearly a decade as principal of Greenport High School. From 1956 to 1959 he worked as assistant principal before becoming the principal until 1965. Mr. Neidich was one of hundreds of Porters past and present who reunited Saturday for the third all-class reunion.
Jamesport Fire Department kicked off its 61st annual carnival with a parade down Main Road from Washington Avenue to the fire station on Manor Lane Wednesday night. READ