A week after the lights went down and the red carpet was rolled up, publicist Chris DiGirolamo of Mattituck is still in disbelief over his recent Grammy win.
His client, renowned Cuban-American drummer Dafnis Prieto, took home the award for Best Latin Jazz Recording for his album “Back to the Sunset.” READ
Two women now in their 60s say they were sexually abused by priests at St. Agnes Parish in Rockville Centre when they were around 11 years old, and that one of those priests was John R. McGann, who would go on to be the Bishop of the Diocese of Rockville Centre. READ
“I want Greenport to be like what it used to be,” said Penelope Rudder, co-founder of the Greenport Community Association. “Instead of being so isolated and not knowing who to call, we want to open the door … and be there for one another.”
After almost a year of planning and preparation, the Greenport Community Association has formed. READ
Veterans or current member of the U.S. military who are looking to marry the man or woman of their dreams can now enter the ninth annual “Veterans Day Wedding Giveback.” READ
The Greenport Fire Department held its 174th annual Washington’s Birthday parade Saturday. READ
People and businesses in the Village of Greenport have once again been receiving phone calls, purported to be from PSEG, that state that they owe PSEG money on their electric account, according to village clerk Sylvia Pirillo. READ
After being destroyed in an electrical fire in 2015, First Universalist Church of Southold is in the process of being rebuilt.
The fire at the Main Road church started around 11:30 p.m. Saturday, March 14, 2015. More than 150 firefighters from a half-dozen departments responded to the scene. The church was a century and a half old when it was lost. READ
The Riverhead Police Benevolent Association honored Southold teen Dylan Newman as an honorary member of the organization at an annual dinner Friday night at the Long Island Aquarium. READ
A huge smile broke across 19-year-old Ashley Bishop’s face as she turned the key to her new Jeep Wrangler last Monday.
A first car is a thrill for any teenager, drawn to the freedom of an open road. For Ashley, who was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at age 7, the Jeep is a childhood dream come true. READ
An eight-bedroom bayfront estate in Cutchogue’s Nassau Point that sold for $8.9 million in 2017 may be demolished to make way for a smaller, more efficient home, according to a variance request presented to the Zoning Board of Appeals.