01/21/19 5:17pm
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The memory and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was celebrated Sunday at the Southold Anti-Bias Task Force’s event held at the Cutchogue Presbyterian Church and North Fork Reform Synagogue. READ

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06/10/16 9:00am
06/10/2016 9:00 AM

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Last March, the mainline Protestant denomination Presbyterian Church (USA) finalized changes to its definition of marriage as being between “a man and a woman” to between “two people,” essentially giving local churches across the country the opportunity to accept gay marriages within their congregations for the first time.  READ

02/19/15 12:00pm
02/19/2015 12:00 PM
Cutchogue farmer Hallock Tuthill binding wheat in a circa-1940 photograph. (Courtesy photo)

Cutchogue farmer Hallock Tuthill binding wheat in a circa-1940 photograph. (Courtesy photo)

In a 1940 photograph, a young farmer by the name of Hallock Tuthill sits atop a tractor under the summer sun, plowing field of wheat on a machine powered by just three massive farm horses.

“Sitting on his rig, Hallock Tuthill is such a cool dude; he could easily pass for one of today’s young Slow Food farm interns, with his shades, his shorts and his porkpie hat,” Louisa Hargrave wrote in her biweekly column, “The Oeno Files,” for the May 15, 2014, edition of The Suffolk Times. “Come to think of it, he was a Slow Food farmer, literally!” (more…)

10/11/14 8:00am
10/11/2014 8:00 AM
Barbara McAdam (right) sorts flags with the help of her husband, Tom (left), and Cutchogue United Methodist Church Pastor Richie King. Each flag will be fitted with a ribbon bearing a veteran's name and service information. Donations for more than 75 flags have already been collected. (Credit: Carrie Miller)

Barbara McAdam (right) sorts flags with the help of her husband, Tom (left), and Cutchogue United Methodist Church Pastor Richie King. Each flag will be fitted with a ribbon bearing a veteran’s name and service information. Donations for more than 75 flags have already been collected. (Credit: Carrie Miller)

Come November, the lawn in front of Cutchogue Presbyterian Church will become a field of American flags. Each will honor a fallen, deployed or returning soldier.  (more…)