Traffic has been a hot topic on the North Fork in recent years. As we enter the fall harvest season, the issue is on everyone’s mind.
If you’re wondering what local officials are doing about traffic along our highways, you’ll have a chance to ask them at the next Times Review Talks. READ
Late-night taxi driver turned assistant professor turned NYC police officer Stephen Capozzoli kicked off his retro video and photography exhibit at East End Arts Gallery in Riverhead last Friday — this time, as the self-proclaimed “audio-video” guy. READ
Mattituck has big plans for its future. They include a host of changes that will reshape the hamlet, all built around the concept of a walkable business area, complete with a fundamentally new road design where Main Road passes Love Lane and Old Sound Avenue. READ
How do we, as a community, interact to expand local efforts addressing mental health and substance use disorders for our youth and our families? READ
Walter Alvizures-Gomez, 24, of Greenport was arrested Saturday around 4:55 p.m. and charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated, drinking alcohol in his motor vehicle while on the highway and driving without a license, according to Southold Town police. READ
The Greenport Village Fire Council will press disciplinary charges against former fire chief Jeffrey Weingart following a July evaluation of the Third Street firehouse from the Public Employee Safety and Health Bureau, officials confirmed Wednesday. READ
As the effort to prevent Plum Island from being auctioned off continues, preservation advocates are turning their attention to the 10-acre federally owned ferry property in Orient. READ
The young man with the longest name on the Greenport High School boys soccer team may utter the fewest words. Cristian Quezada Arevalo doesn’t have much to say. He lets his play speak for itself. It speaks volumes. READ
Danielle Good of Riverhead said last Tuesday that she has loved watching her 7-year-old son come home and tell her about his first few days of second grade at Aquebogue Elementary School. She’s been looking forward to one day watching him graduate from Riverhead High School, her alma mater. (more…)
Talk about going from one extreme to another.
The Southold High School boys cross-country team said goodbye to six seniors, the largest graduating class Karl Himmelmann has had in his 11 years coaching the team. READ