Motorists should expect lane closures beginning Tuesday, Sept. 4 on Route 25 in Riverhead and Southold.
The closures will take place between Doctors Path in Riverhead and the Orient Point Ferry Mondays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., according to the New York State Department of Transportation. READ
A draft report examining traffic calming solutions makes a number of recommendations on how to address Mattituck Hamlet center, including the intersection of Route 25, Love Lane and Old Sound Road. READ
A woman who was reportedly attacked by a Southold man on Tuesday in Greenport while she was walking to work was able to escape after receiving help from passing motorists, according to a criminal complaint.
The Southold Town Anti-Bias Task Force is holding a candlelight vigil next month in an effort to become a “bias-free community.”
A Greenport man was arrested on a drunken driving charge Tuesday after his vehicle overturned in East Marion, Southold Town police said.
The Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association has unveiled its recommendations to improve the three-way intersection at Main Road, Love Lane and Old Sound Avenue in Mattituck and is proposing Southold Town ban eastbound turns from Love Lane to Main Road in order to make the area safer.
It happened again. On a gray morning in Southold last Wednesday, another life was cut short in a fatal motor vehicle crash.
Residents at a well-attended meeting for the Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association Wednesday night shared new ideas to remake a “dangerous” intersection near Love Lane, the civic association’s president said Thursday. READ
Due to an around-the-clock renovation project on the Route 25 bridge over the Long Island Expressway, only one lane in each direction is now open, according to the state Department of Transportation.
Construction on the bridge will last until next spring. READ
A six-mile stretch of Main Road is being pitched for an historic district. (Credit: Andrew Lepre)
The National Register Historic District proposed for Main Road in Aquebogue, Jamesport and Laurel has already been rejected by the Riverhead Town Board — and it appears to be one heading that way with the Southold Town Board as well.
“The Town Board had decided that the fate of the proposed district in Southold would be left to the will of the property owners who own land included in the proposed district,” Southold Supervisor Scott Russell said. “We have had 19 owners raise objections and only four show support. Southold cannot support the proposed district moving forward based on those figures.” (more…)