Perhaps it was predestined that Chelsea Marlborough would be headed to Harvard University.
It was a sign of things to come three years ago, the summer before her freshman year, when a North Carolina coach kidded Marlborough for purchasing a Harvard lacrosse shirt at a camp store. As Marlborough recalled, the store offered only Harvard gear. READ
In late January 2016, The Suffolk Times and Riverhead News-Review published an in-depth look at the growing heroin epidemic on the North Fork. The article told the story of Paul Maffetone of Laurel, whose brother Michael died at age 29, and his efforts to raise awareness about the troubling expansion in abuse of heroin and opioid drugs. READ
The Town of Southold has been awarded a grant of $611,363 from the State of New York under the Lead Service Line Replacement Program. READ
I am convinced that the foundation of good education is about the concept of building — building a school, building community, building relationships and building a sense of self. READ
Southold Town police responded to a report of a pickup truck stuck in the median on County Road 48 last Friday around 9:30 p.m., police said. Officers observed the truck had struck a construction barricade and concrete forms on Route 48, the report stated. READ
In an effort to create more affordable housing options in Southold Town, the Town Board passed a local law last Tuesday that would permit up to six “moderate income” rental units near village centers. READ
Some wins aren’t pretty. Heck, some wins are just downright ugly, but a win’s a win, right?
Mattituck coach Steve Van Dood wouldn’t argue that point after his high school girls basketball team completed a 51-33 defeat of visiting Babylon Friday night.
A masterpiece it wasn’t. READ
A Thursday night fundraiser for Congressman Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley), where former White House strategist and conservative Breitbart News executive Steve Bannon was a headliner, drew criticism from constituents. READ
A crew on the North Ferry boat, the Menantic, saved a man from drowning Friday morning in the frigid waters off Crescent Beach on Shelter Island. READ
The Greenport American Legion hit a fundraising snag after donations made through Facebook had to be returned after the organization had been approved for the campaign.