Five boys from Southold Boy Scout Troop 6 were honored Sunday for achieving the highest rank in scouting.
The boys were formally pinned as Eagle Scouts during the Eagle Scout Court of Honor at the Southold American Legion, surrounded by family, fellow scouts and local dignitaries. READ
A powerful winter storm that’s expected to move into the area Saturday night into Sunday is expected to spare the North Fork any significant snowfall, according to the National Weather Service. READ
“Everywhere is energy,” Nikola Tesla, the brilliant scientist and inventor, once said. His dream, his mission in life, was to harness that energy. READ
Nails never fails, or so he says.
Former New York Met Lenny Dykstra, a leadoff hitter on the 1986 World Series team, came to the aid of victims of a minor accident in Laurel Tuesday by calling 911, according to a video the former major leaguer posted on Twitter. READ
Baseball has always been a huge part of Dylan Newman’s life. The Southold teen even played on the school’s varsity team as an eighth-grader in the spring of 2017. Ever since he was diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma, a type of bone cancer, Dylan has funneled that enthusiasm for baseball as motivation. READ
As darkness fell on a cold January night, two oyster growers found themselves in a precarious situation. Their boat had become stuck on an ice formation off Paradise Point. READ
Not long after the start of Kait’s Angels’ “Stuff the Trailer” event Thursday night, the pool table at EAsT on Main in Mattituck was overflowing with toys.
The gifts were all donated to help families in need during the holiday season. READ
After graduating from SUNY/Cortland last year, Mike Kollmer began searching for a school district where he could begin to work as a substitute teacher. He found a spot at Mattituck in January, and soon after, athletic director Greg Wormuth asked him if he’d be interested in coaching. READ
The temperature hovered a few degrees above freezing Tuesday outside Mattituck High School. Make no mistake, this is winter track and field.
Girls coach Chris Robinson wore shorts as he instructed the athletes like it was early May. He wore no hat, no gloves. READ
As I scrolled through my Twitter feed on a recent Tuesday night, my gambler instincts shot up. The New York Knicks, riding a five-game losing streak, were switching their starting lineup to what I assumed would be an even worse defensive team. I checked the point spread and saw the Knicks as seven-point underdogs.
Easy money, I thought. READ