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Remember the old political axiom that Southold’s politicking season doesn’t begin until after Labor Day? Well, forget it.
Workers prepare for the Cole Bros. Circus of the Stars, which premieres on the Greenport Polo Grounds Wednesday evening.
The town, several environmental groups and a number of other organizations are pulling on their boots to try to save Goldsmith Inlet.
Southold Town adopted its first-ever noise ordinance Tuesday afternoon in a unanimous vote, becoming the last town on Long Island to limit noise within its boundaries.
After a poorly attended first meeting two weeks ago on Southold’s new comprehensive plan, residents packed a lively second session Thursday night to discuss what’s so special about Southold, and what should be done to keep it that way.
It’s finally done. Southold is no longer the only town on Long Island without a noise ordinance. The Town Board erased that distinction with a unanimous vote Tuesday night.
If you had asked me before last week, when the 2010 census data was released, I would have said Fire Island is Long Island’s “gayest” community. But Fire Island incorporates several municipal jurisdictions and thus does not show up in the census as an entity unto itself.
The motto has been passed down from one Mattituck High School boys soccer team to another through the years.
She may be listed as a freshman on the Mattituck High School girls soccer roster, but Nikki Zurawski plays beyond her years.
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