07/14/19 5:44am

Some may think North Fork Country Kids: Rescue and Preservation Through Pedagogy is a mouthful of a name for an animal rescue group, but every word is essential to understanding what the volunteer organization does, according to founder Virginia Scudder. READ

07/10/19 6:01am

The Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council is set to open a new permanent exhibit of artifacts found near the historic Fort Corchaug site, collected decades ago by Cutchogue farmer Harold Grathwohl.

The exhibit, housed in The Red Barn on the Cutchogue Village Green, is the result of a collaboration between Southold Indian Museum president Lucinda Hemmick and Cutchogue-New Suffolk Library historical librarian Mariella Ostroski.  READ

06/29/19 5:59am

Whether you’re having a beach picnic or backyard barbecue around Independence Day, you can look forward to ending the day with one of the dazzling fireworks displays planned across the North Fork. There are also a number of parades and special events to help ring in the Fourth as well. READ

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06/22/19 6:00am

Joe McInnis’ eighth-grade science fair project has come a long way. 

After showing promise as a science student, Joe was urged to look for a challenging project to work on by Bob Jester of Greenport, a retired Riverhead High School science teacher. That friendship led to the then 14-year-old’s connection with retired Plum Island veterinary pathologist Doug Gregg.  READ

06/21/19 6:01am

The East Marion Main Road Historic District in Southold is one of 18 properties statewide that have been recommended to be added to the State and National Registers of Historic Places by the New York State Board for Historic Preservation. READ