Southold residents will have an opportunity to weigh in on a proposed code change that could allow shellfish farmers to sell their products at temporary roadside stands.
The Town Board held a special meeting last Thursday to set a hearing for Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 7 p.m. READ
The comparisons are inevitable.
Five years ago, Kaan Ilgin earned All-America honors while playing a vital role as Mattituck High School captured the New York State Class B boys soccer championship. READ
Natalie Kopala is saving her running for the tennis court these days, and she may be better off for it. READ
Under pressure from his own party, Damon Rallis, the vice chair of the Southold Town Democratic Committee, resigned from that role Thursday. The decision comes two days after a pair of businessmen spoke out at a Town Board meeting against an October 2018 Facebook post by Mr. Rallis calling for people to boycott their businesses because they allegedly supported Republican candidates. (more…)
The Daniel Gale Sotheby’s office on Love Lane in Mattituck was damaged late Wednesday night by a minor fire in the basement. The cause was determined to be electrical, according to Carol Szynaka, the East End sales manager. READ
In April 2013, Diane Bianculli, 65, of Mattituck suffered minor injuries in a car accident at the intersection of Route 48 and Chapel Lane in Greenport. (more…)
A resolution adopted by Suffolk County lawmakers last Wednesday will require the Department of Public Works to consider the impacts of sea level rise when constructing and reconstructing county roadways. READ
As the late summer sun beat down on Bernie Purcell on Main Road in Greenport, he had one thing on his mind: his fallen brother Keith. READ
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The Southold Town Board has moved to exercise the power of eminent domain against the Brinkmann property in Mattituck in an effort to stop the construction of a hardware store on the corner of Main Road and New Suffolk Avenue. (more…)
The owners of Claudio’s Waterfront in Greenport have agreed to pay an accumulated $3,500 in fines after being ticketed for a series of noise complaints and Certificate of Occupancy violations over the last few months. READ