In September 2017, politicians and members of the media converged on the backyard of a Flanders resident who was the first recipient of a Suffolk County grant to replace an old failing cesspool with a new state-of-the-art system.
The county’s Septic Improvement Program awards grants of up to $11,000 to offset the expense of installing advanced new wastewater treatment systems to replace older cesspools and dramatically improve the quality of groundwater. READ
Incumbent Jack Martilotta and newcomer Peter Clarke were both elected to the Greenport Village Board in Tuesday’s election. (more…)
The four candidates vying for two seats on the Greenport Village Board introduced themselves and answered questions from the public at a candidate forum Monday night at Floyd Memorial Library. (more…)
A Mattituck attorney has announced his plan to challenge incumbent Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell in a Republican primary June 25.
Stephen Kiely, 43, said he feels Southold Republicans are at a “crossroads.” (more…)
Two men were indicted for manslaughter Monday for allegedly supplying heroin cut with fentanyl to a Riverhead man who fatally overdosed in September 2018, according to Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy Sini. (more…)
The four candidates for Greenport Village Trustee are scheduled to participate in a question-and-answer forum at the Floyd Memorial Library Monday, March 11, from 6-8 p.m.
A construction worker had to be airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital Friday afternoon after seriously cutting his hand on the job, according to Cutchogue Fire Chief Tom Shalvey. READ
The Suffolk County Legislature is hosting public hearings on three controversial proposals during its meeting next week at the County Center in Riverside. READ
The Southold Democratic committee nominated Greg Doroski of Mattituck as its candidate for supervisor in this fall’s election, along with Town Board candidates Bob Hanlon of Orient and Sarah Nappa of Southold. READ
The Southold Town Republican Committee nominated a slate of mostly incumbents to run for office this year. READ