11/23/16 5:55am
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Gilmore Girls

I’ve always looked forward to Thanksgiving weekend. In high school, it signaled the start of basketball season. In my early 20s, I’d get together with friends every Black Friday to attend a concert in the city. As a reporter, I’ve covered the Long Island Championships in football nearly every year, which is the pinnacle of high school sports in Suffolk County.


11/27/14 10:00am
11/27/2014 10:00 AM

As we approach the holiday season, we begin to reflect on the year that was — and in the case of 2014, it’s been a year of some pretty bad news on the North Fork.

But in recent weeks — even as our coverage has included reports of gang activity and controversies at town and village hall — we’ve been happy to also report some positive news.


11/23/14 12:17pm
11/23/2014 12:17 PM
SCCC, Thankgiving, Culinary Arts School in Riverhead

Culinary students Stacey Green (left) and Chadrick Brittan carving up turkeys at last year’s event. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch, file)

Suffolk County Community College’s Culinary Arts Institute wants to make it a bit easier for community members to enjoy their Thanksgiving — especially those who don’t foresee cooking as an option.

Forty students and chefs from the college’s Culinary Arts program are offering up their skills next week to provide meals for long-term patients and homebound seniors across the East End.