A peek inside this week’s The Suffolk Times

Supervisor Scott Russell addresses the town GOP committee during its nominating convention last month.
TIM KELLY PHOTO | Supervisor Scott Russell addresses the town GOP committee during its nominating convention last month.

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



Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell leaves Town Hall

Following a domestic disturbance with police intervention at his Cutchogue home last Thursday, Supervisor Scott Russell has temporarily turned over his town responsibilities to deputy supervisor Phillip Beltz.

Page 1, posted online April 29

Sowing seed of nutrition






First lady Michelle Obama is reaching out to encourage local communities to help their children become healthy by teaching them about nutrition, now Greenport is jumping on board.

Page 2, posted online May 5

GOP taps Doherty to fill slate





Trustee Jill Doherty has been tapped by the Southold GOP to fill the hole in the party’s ticket which opened with Councilman Vincent Orlando’s unexpected announcement in April that he won’t seek a second term.

Page 4, posted online May 4

Flea market’s fate in doubt






Iron Skillet restaurant co-owner Bob Hartz has received a decision from the Southold Zoning Board of Appeals that granted him and co-owner Mary Ann Price the right to continue their warm weather fair, but with restrictions they feel are so onerous they might not be able to hold the flea markets.

Page 6, posted online May 3

More news


Editorial: Pour a shot of sanity


Let’s face it, rules governing the sale and disbursement of alcohol in this country are not only outdated and inconsistent from state to state, in many cases they’re downright silly.

more opinion …


North Fork students earn Teeny nominations






The East End Arts Council has announced the nominees of the Ninth Annual Teeny Awards. The Teeny’s recognize the best in student theater on the East End, with 15 schools having entered this year’s contest.

Posted online May 3

more education …


Historic inn soon to be history?


Tucked away in a quiet corner of Southold’s Bayview community are the abandoned remains of a once-popular resort inn constructed around a home built for a colonial military officer in 1784.

Posted online May 3

More real estate …


Proceeds from social media startup will help fight disease






The Arturi family says it plans to donate the profits from Buncee, an online multimedia-making tool, to support research on Diamond Blackfan Anemia (DBA), the disease that claimed their daughter’s life.

Posted online May 3

more business …


Bring on the pizza, Tuckers are champs






A lot was on the line when the Mattituck Tuckers played the defending league champion William Floyd Colonials on Wednesday.

Posted April 29

more sports …