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

KATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTO | Greenport Harbor sparkles on a recent morning as the Miss Nancy fishing boat returns to its berth. With a rainy period behind us, forecasters say we can expect more sunshine over the next several days.

Read all these stories and more in this week’s edition of the Suffolk Times, on newsstands now:


LIPA to institute streamlined solar permit process






North Fork residents may soon have a chance to take advantage of a streamlined permitting process for solar powered panel installations on their homes, Long Island Power Authority officials announced last week.

One Memphis man, one North Fork acre, a whole lot of organic vegetables






Just five years ago, Dan Machin was living in Brooklyn and had no experience working with dirt or growing food.

Tropical Storm Irene carried white-tailed tropicbird to the East Marion






Group for the East End president Robert DeLuca thought he saw a dead seagull off in the distance when he first spotted a rare bird on a beach in East Marion this summer.

Scientists make rare nine-spotted ladybug sighting on East End






New York’s state insect is the nine-spotted ladybug, but the rare bug has barely been seen east of the Mississippi for 30 years.

What’s the deal with the old Mill Creek Inn?






It’s been six years since things began to change at the former Mill Creek Inn, once a restaurant and marina on the thin stretch of Route 25 between Southold and Greenport, sandwiched between Hashamomuck Pond and Peconic Bay.

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Editorial: One quiet election season in Southold

The Southold Town election campaign has barely started and it’s almost over.

Who needs Starbucks? We have Aldo

One of the greatest honors in life is to be so special at what you do that you are known by one name. You know: “Liza,” “Cher,” “Oprah” or “Mickey.” The only local I know who fits into the one word moniker pantheon is “Aldo.”

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Girls Soccer: Tuckers hold Center Moriches to 0-0 draw






The Mattituck Tuckers didn’t win, but they might have felt like winners on Tuesday, snapping a seven-game losing streak against their rivals, the Center Moriches Red Devils.

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