06/05/19 5:55am
06/05/2019 5:55 AM

Carmen Cincotti of Newark, N.J., who is ranked second in Major League Eating, won the contest.

The Mattituck Lions Club’s annual Strawberry Festival will return Father’s Day weekend for its 65th year, along with some of the globe’s best competitive eaters for another World Strawberry Shortcake-Eating Championship.  READ

06/02/19 5:59am
06/02/2019 5:59 AM

The history of Oysterponds lives on in Janis Rose’s newest book, “Augustus and Me: An Oysterponds Adventure,” with colorful motifs, hidden messages and detailed watercolor illustrations lining each page. READ

05/26/19 5:50am
05/26/2019 5:50 AM

Joseph Stevens and Clarisse Armstrong

Clarisse Armstrong and Joseph Stevens were married May 4 at a private beach in Orient. A reception followed at the Southold American Legion hall.

The couple’s children, Jillian, Eli and Payton, were in attendance. Payton served as flower girl.

The bride is the daughter of Heather and Paul Armstrong. The groom is the son of Dottie and Joe Stevens. Both are graduates of Greenport High School.

The couple resides in Greenport.

05/24/19 6:00am
05/24/2019 6:00 AM

Author Chris Pavone grew up in Brooklyn and spent many weekends and holidays in Cutchogue, where his grandparents had lived since 1968. In his early 20s, he took a hiatus from the North Fork, only to return upon meeting his wife, Madeline, renting houses in Southold and, eventually, moving to Village Lane in Orient, where he and his family spend most summers. READ

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05/21/19 5:13am
05/21/2019 5:13 AM

Greenport will be transported back in time beginning this weekend.

“Snapshot,” an East End Seaport Museum exhibit featuring photos and memorabilia on loan from the public and focusing on the Peconic bays in the 1950s and ’60s will be open to the public beginning Saturday, May 25, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

05/18/19 6:01am
05/18/2019 6:01 AM

A community effort once again has landed the Southold Fire Department the Terry Farrell Award for collecting more pints of donated blood donations than any other department on Long Island and the Hudson Valley.

It’s the fourth straight year the department earned the honors.