Eastern Long Island’s weekly newspapers have joined together to form the East End News Project for the purpose of reporting and writing stories about one of the most important issues of the day: opioid abuse and overdose deaths in our communities. READ
Santa Claus made his annual helicopter landing in Cutchogue Saturday, pleasing dozens of families who lined up for the event despite a light snow and cold temperatures. READ
George Kunz of New Suffolk celebrated his 18th birthday in 1944 aboard on a troop train bound for the Great Lakes Naval Station in Illinois. Last month, more than 70 years later, the 91-year-old finally received his high school diploma from the South Huntington School District. READ
The Village of Greenport got into the Christmas spirit Saturday with the fire department’s parade of lights followed by a tree lighting in Mitchell Park. (more…)
A rush of reports about various types of alleged sexual misconducts by powerful figures in media, Hollywood, government and other industries recently has flooded headlines and newsfeeds nationwide. READ
Joe Cortale first retired more than 15 years ago.
After nearly three decades as a school librarian in the Rocky Point School District, he and his wife bought property in Southold with a plan to settle down there.
With chalk in hand, six women walked up to the wooden plank before them and wrote one or two words that described how they were feeling in the present moment.
Terms like “on hold,” “stuck” and “brokenhearted” were among the scribbled phrases.
The winners of the seventh annual Veterans Day Wedding Giveback celebrated their big day on Nov. 12 with a ceremony on the steps of Brecknock Hall in Greenport. READ
It’s going to look a lot like Christmas all December long in Greenport this year.
The village will be combining its two biggest holiday-themed events next month and other festivities are planned for each weekend.
The Southold Historical Society held its annual candlelit tour and tree lighting on the museum grounds in Southold Friday afternoon.
All museum buildings were open and visitors enjoyed demonstrations, decorations, and live music. Santa stopped by for a visit and at 5 p.m., the tree was lit for the season.