Read all these stories and more in this week’s edition of The Suffolk Times, on newsstands now:
Since the free disposal of debris from Tropical Storm Irene was halted in mid-October, town Highway Superintendent Pete Harris says it’s being dumped all over town roads.
After some harsh words for the developers of the Mattituck 7-Eleven site, Southold Town Planning Board members seemed poised to allow them to open for business after a work session Monday night.
The federal government’s long-awaited environmental report on the potential sale of Plum Island is slated to be released this winter, amidst several positive developments for advocates of preservation of the island off the coast of Southold Town.
More than 90 percent of the press releases Times/Review web editor Grant Parpan gets go straight into his trash bin, or so he tells us in this column.
SUFFOLK COUNTY CLASS B TOURNAMENT | TORNADOES 3, CLIPPERS 1
Todd Gulluscio had said before the season that this would be his final run as the Greenport/Southold/Shelter Island high school field hockey coach. Having said that, he hoped that the season would go on a little longer, but he surely couldn’t have complained about how long it lasted.
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Suffolk Times reporter Beth Young reported live from Friday’s Southold Town Board meeting. Feel free to comment and ask questions during our live blogs.
They call themselves, naturally, the “East End Ass Whisperers.”
We recently sat down for video interviews with each of the candidates for Southold Town Trustee. On Nov. 8, North Fork residents will vote to elect two of the four nominees to a four-year term.