A peek inside this week’s edition of The Suffolk Times

TIM KELLY PHOTO | Cover Photo: No silver screen? Then a white 19-th century schoolhouse will do for showing a movie on the meteoric rise of pop singer Justin Bieber. The singer's story was told during Cutchogue New Suffolk Library's Friday night movie on the Village Greeen. At left is Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council's new garage, just a day before the staining work was finished.

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


No deal? No drinking






For the first time ever, the town has enlisted the help of the State Liquor Authority in addressing code enforcement issues, such as amplified music neighbors find objectionable, at several local businesses, including a winery.

Page 1, posted online June 16

Feeling right at home






Deepak and Reena Gupta and their two children were world travelers before they arrived at JFK International Airport from India looking for their Rotary Club hosts from the North Fork two weeks ago. But what they learned here in the next 11 days was something they’d never before experienced in their excursions abroad.

Page 2, posted June 15

For Ken, the vote is still no

If the bill to legalize gay marriage in New York is voted on in the Senate this week it will not have local support.

Page 3, posted online June 14

A wine-soaked agenda






There could be more wine tasting opportunities on Oregon Road this year, as two vineyards on the bucolic country road are asking for more public space to showcase their wines.

Page 3, posted online June 15

The award is better than gold






One year after San Simeon by the Sound Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation opened an adult day care program, it was among Platinum Award winners in a national competition sponsored by Dorland Health’s Case In Point magazine.

Page 4, June 15

Cops honored for cracking art case






Two Southold Town Police detectives who were the driving force behind cracking a series of art burglaries on the East End were given Top Cop awards by the Police Reserves of Suffolk County earlier this month.

Page 7, posted online June 12

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Strange Bedfellows

It isn’t clear how effective the strategy may turn out to be, but you’ve got to give the town credit for ingenuity in seeking to resolve some basic zoning and land use issues by calling in the State Liquor Authority.

On the road, from Texas to Cutchogue

If there were any doubts that blues legend John Dawson “Johnny” Winter III has been on the road for some 52 years, they were erased immediately after he got on the phone last Friday.

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Tampa Bay drafts Kubiak

Dave Kubiak may have some explaining to do when his new club, the Tampa Bay Rays, finds that he has a New York Yankees logo tattooed on the inside of his left arm. But there is an explanation.

Page 36, posted online June 10

Huntley will play in Big East

When one goal closes, another goal opens up. And it has all worked to Cody Huntley’s advantage. Huntley, a senior goalkeeper for the Mattituck High School boys soccer team, had originally had his heart set on playing for Hofstra University. But he changed his mind when he saw Hofstra’s goalkeeping situation change dramatically with the signing of a highly touted freshman.

Page 36, posted online June 10

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