A peek inside this week’s The Suffolk Times

SUFFOLK TIMES FILE PHOTO | Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell said he's healthy and ready to return to work Monday.

Check out all these stories and more in this week’s edition of The Suffolk Times, available on newsstands now.

Russell returns on Monday

Scott Russell will be back to work Monday and people on both sides of the local political community say they’re looking forward to welcoming him back.

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Fresh faces & fresh coffee






There he was, Linton Duell, sitting in a plastic chair in the back of the Orient Country Store on a pleasant Saturday morning, his back to the deli counter and the Boar’s Head meats behind the glass window, kibitzing with customers.

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Neighbors: We don’t want homes along the creek

Carter permit gets green light

Oysterponds student led effort to send Valentine’s to troops

More news



Editorial: What to look for in a school board candidate

Residents will head to the polls Tuesday to vote not only on proposed school budgets, but for school board candidates. These are important positions, in that school boards ultimately decide how districts are run.

more opinion …



Teachers’ contract dominates school board candidates forum






One thought seemed to be on the minds of most of those who questioned the four Mattituck-Cutchogue School Board candidates Wednesday night.

Posted online May 12

more education …



Real Estate: Dandelions are more than just a nuisance






That scourge of temperate-zone gardeners — the humble dandelion — is out in force all over the North Fork, carpeting every available spot in glorious yellow. And you either love it or you don’t.

Posted online May 10

More real estate …



Tradition of building boats continue in Greenport






The business of building wooden boats is alive and well in Greenport.

Posted online May 10

more business …



Drama, stress come with Porter’s latest thriller






It never was going to be an easy high school baseball season for the Greenport Porters, but they at least made their playoff push a little easier Tuesday with a vital upset of the Port Jefferson Royals.

Posted May 11

more sports …

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