The Mattituck-Laurel Library will host a special presentation of the film “Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam” — a documentary that takes a deeper look into the letters that were sent from battle during the Vietnam War, from numerous U.S. soldiers to friends and loved ones who were waiting back home for their safe return. READ
Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library has a new director, and she has deep roots in the community. Rosemary Martilotta will officially take over Feb. 5. 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.
Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library will host a NoFo Artists Studio Tour Saturday as a fundraiser for the library, according to director Jennifer Fowler. READ
The Greenport bookmobile is back this summer with a new component — five Little Free Libraries. READ
Greenport’s Floyd Memorial Library, which sits proudly at the corner of First and North streets, turns 100 this year.
While the stately structure has seen some changes since it was built in 1917, its intentions have largely remained the same, according to assistant library director Poppy Johnson. READ
Southold Free Library plans to switch up its interior with a proposed $1.7 million renovation project. READ
In the margins of hundreds of pages filed in binders, Greenport native Bill Hulse took copious notes and tucked them away in boxes of old family photos, newspaper clippings and cemetery maps. READ
The Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library kindly requests the vandals who stole the letters L, I, R and Y from the building to return them. The joke has run its course. READ
The Floyd Memorial Library has received a state grant to pay for its new video surveillance system and energy-efficient lighting.