The Southold High School baseball team turned its regular season around. Now the First Settlers need to turn their playoffs around.
After a rough start to the season, Southold’s young players found their way. The team had won 11 of 14 games going into its Suffolk County Class C Tournament game against Pierson/Bridgehampton on Tuesday. READ
New indoor accommodations at Wildwood State Park are now open to the public.
State Parks Commissioner Rose Harvey held a press conference Monday afternoon announcing the opening of 10 new cottages that are now available to rent on the Wading River grounds. Until now, Wildwood only offered sites for tents and trailers. READ
A co-defendant in the case against a former Cutchogue supermarket owner convicted in an international drug conspiracy has been arrested after nearly three decades on the run, federal court records show. READ
By 2030, New York State aims be capable of producing 2,400 megawatts of offshore wind energy — and create nearly 5,000 related jobs — but questions about the Village of Greenport’s involvement, or lack thereof, have been raised by a former mayor. READ
According to statistics compiled recently by the Southold Town Police Department, about 90 percent of the cars on Main Street in Greenport are traveling within three percent of the 30 mph speed limit, and the highest speed recorded was 49 mph, according to Greenport Village Mayor George Hubbard Jr. READ
In recent weeks, those taking note of the American flag truck on County Route 48 that marks the location of Treiber Farms in Southold have likely also seen, just yards away, the Rev. Roger Joslin working with volunteers to create a new garden.
They’re involved in the Common Ground project, building a garden meant to provide locals in need with fresh fruits and vegetables they might not otherwise be able to enjoy. READ
The 19th-century Vail-Leavitt Music Hall in Riverhead was buzzing as Sophia Burke fielded one question after another. A bobby pin had just fallen from a girl’s hair. A boy inquired about a name tag. Ms. Burke assured him she needs only five minutes to make it. READ
David Gamberg, the superintendent at Southold and Greenport school districts, issued a statement Saturday morning denying reports of a possible threat directed toward Southold schools following a media report published Friday night by Patch.com. READ
After recently rejoining a drum circle at a friend’s home in Port Jefferson, an idea struck Erin Narumi Prince.
Not seeing an established group on the North Fork, the Baiting Hollow resident decided it was up to her to form one farther east. READ
Anthony Carroll, 18, of Summerville, S.C., was arrested in Greenport last Wednesday for fifth-degree criminal possession of marijuana, a misdemeanor, according to Southold Town police. READ