01/19/19 5:30am
01/19/2019 5:30 AM

“He’s retiring? I’m shocked.”

A pause.

“I’m gonna have to call him and ask him to recommend another mechanic.”

That was one customer’s reaction when he heard that Tony Antongeorgi of Tony’s Repair Shop in Mattituck was saying goodbye after more than 35 years in business at his Main Road garage. READ

01/18/19 5:15pm

Federal workers are feeling the brunt of the partial government shutdown that is stretching into its fifth week. Many workers have forgone paychecks and others are considering filing for unemployment.

To help lend support, local businesses and charitable organizations are pitching in to assist furloughed government workers during what is now the longest shutdown in American government history. READ

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01/18/19 5:38am

Beginning this week, Greenport High School students will have access to fresh fruits and vegetables right next to the school’s cafeteria.

On Monday, Greenport unveiled the school district’s student-constructed aquaponics system, a unit of PVC pipes, water flow, and LED lights that operate as a garden inside the school building. READ

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01/17/19 5:30am

Officials in the Mattituck-Cutchogue School District are taking steps in response to “several” reported incidents of students using racist language, “acting in association” with anti-Semitism and joking about their support of and admiration for Nazism and Adolf Hitler. READ

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01/16/19 9:35pm
01/16/2019 9:35 PM

Jude Swann must feel as if he had won the lottery twice. Once again, his magic number came up: 1,000.

Within a span of nine days, Swann collected his 1,000th career rebound and scored his 1,000th career point for the Greenport High School boys basketball team.

The latter came as something of a surprise Wednesday night. With Swann needing 41 points to reach the millennial mark, some might have expected it to take him two or three more games to hit that milestone. Swann had other ideas. READ