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Hardly a week goes by in Southold Town without a major accident somewhere along the four-lane section of County Road 48, which extends more than eight miles from Cox Neck Road in Mattituck to Tucker’s Lane in Southold.
That Susan Martin, 36, of New Suffolk has lost 100 pounds from her 6-foot frame is no big deal to her. But it seems to be significant to a lot of people around her who never commented about her weight when she was packing on those pounds since leaving Southold High School.
The osprey sculpture that has adorned a dock at Steve Clarke’s Greenport Yacht & Shipbuilding Company was taken down Tuesday for its eventual trip to Jean Cochran Park in Peconic, despite protests from some villagers.
Greenport Village Board members will discuss a proposed 5 percent hike in sewer rates at their Aug. 15 work session after listening to complaints from residents Monday night about why they think no increase is necessary.
Only three same-sex couples obtained marriage licenses at Southold Town Hall on the first two days they were available, according to the Town Clerk’s office.
A YouTube video posted by a Greenport merchant has brought attention to the problem of shoplifting in the village this summer.
With Greenport Village moving to condemn and demolish it’s Second Street multi-family house, the North Fork Housing Alliance is pushing back, blaming the village for much of the delay in getting permits to rebuild the structure gutted by fire in August 2008.
As the risk of sounding like an angry schoolmarm, why is it so difficult for some folks to put garbage where it belongs?
I was a big-time partisan nerd in my youth. I used to watch the Rush Limbaugh show at night in the eighth grade — if you can believe it — and would sometimes end up debating adults over things I really had no true knowledge of, from tax policy to “don’t ask, don’t tell.” (God, that must have been annoying.)
The Mattituck High School varsity girls soccer team has known Liz Lasota primarily as a defensive player, but it wasn’t always that way for Lasota.
Before she had ever played in a high school varsity girls basketball game, Shannon Dwyer had already experienced the school of hard knocks in the form of — would you believe family pickup games?
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