Jim Best of Greenport served in New York’s Air National Guard in 1983 and ’84, then served on active duty in the Air Force until 1987.
About 22 years ago, he tried to join the American Legion. But rather than become a member, he had to settle for volunteering. READ
As the late summer sun beat down on Bernie Purcell on Main Road in Greenport, he had one thing on his mind: his fallen brother Keith. READ
Hurricane Dorian missed Greenport, but another powerful force didn’t. It hit the small North Fork village hard, packing one heck of a punch.
Southampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson delivered a wallop on Greenport/Southold/Mattituck in the season-opening game for both Suffolk County Division IV football teams Friday night.
Everything that could go right went right for Southampton. Everything that could go wrong went wrong for Greenport. READ
Update (Friday, 5:30 p.m.): Funeral arrangements have been set for Amber Stulsky. READ
“You got this.”
“We love you.”
These words have been written countless times to Nick Coutts and Keri Stromski — two strangers facing separate battles in life.
They do share some commonalities: an unwavering positive outlook and small army of supporters cheering them on. READ
Volunteers grilled nearly 3,700 chicken halves Saturday evening during the 63rd annual Cutchogue Fire Department Chicken BBQ. READ
Traffic has been a hot topic on the North Fork in recent years. As we enter the fall harvest season, the issue is on everyone’s mind.
If you’re wondering what local officials are doing about traffic along our highways, you’ll have a chance to ask them at the next Times Review Talks. (more…)
In 1629, 11 Africans arrived in New York and were sold to the Dutch Colonial government in what is now Manhattan. It began an era of slavery in the state that would extend to Southold Town. It’s a moment in local history that is largely overlooked. (more…)
The name is changing, but the mission, not so much.
The Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research & Preservation announced last week that it will now be known as the New York Marine Rescue Center. READ
Southold and Greenport students are trying to bring a smile to elderly residents in the community — one flower at a time. READ