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
A Greenport Fire Department chief was recently suspended and another resigned following a July evaluation at the Third Street firehouse by the Public Employees Safety and Health Bureau, village officials confirmed. READ
In a closed-door meeting Wednesday evening, Greenport Village officials met with the leadership of the Greenport Fire Department to discuss “potentially pending litigation” involving the two entities. (more…)
The 14th annual John May Mile was a family affair Saturday under beautiful clear skies.
The Greenport Fire Department held its 174th annual Washington’s Birthday parade Saturday. READ
A vase wrapped in ribbon and filled with white roses rested on two laminated pieces of paper at the 9/11 memorial at Cochran Park in Peconic Tuesday.
One paper featured a hand-written note. READ
One topic has dominated the conversation this week in Greenport: the hometown Porters’ championship journey.
Purple and gold balloons line the streets in front of many businesses. Signs hang outside others urging the boys basketball team success. Patrons at the bar at Andy’s last Saturday kept jotting down the score of Greenport’s Southeast Region championship game as it flashed on the screen, thanks to a Facebook livestream, so they could quickly relay it to anyone who walked in. READ
Hundreds lined the streets of Greenport as the Greenport Fire Department hosted its 173rd annual Washington’s Birthday Parade Saturday afternoon. READ
The 173rd annual Washington’s Birthday Parade in Greenport steps off at 1 p.m. Saturday with Bob Syron, the CEO and president of Peconic Landing, leading the way as the grand marshal. (more…)
The Village of Greenport got into the Christmas spirit Saturday with the fire department’s parade of lights followed by a tree lighting in Mitchell Park. (more…)