“We will not!” Valerie Shelby shouted as she marched down Front Street with a paper sign in her hand that read “Our Kids, Our Planet.”
“Be divided!” a group of over 30 people behind her answered, their voices echoing up and down the street.
Despite chilly temperatures, the North Fork Unity Action Committee led a “unity rally” Sunday afternoon to raise awareness of certain health care, immigration and climate issues. READ
Earl Fultz, who, with the help of his late wife, Gloria Elmaleh Fultz, brought the taste of Morocco to the North Fork and beyond, died Sept. 18. He was 95. READ
For the second time this year, residents in the Greenport School District will vote on a capital bond proposal to renovate and upgrade school facilities. READ
A Greenport man who had been acquitted of manslaughter in a fatal overdose case was sentenced to 2 to 4 years in prison Tuesday for his conviction on a lesser charge. (more…)
The driver of a black Infiniti led police on a short pursuit in Greenport and fled the scene after crashing into several parked vehicles Monday night, according to Southold Town police. READ
A portion of County Road 48 in Greenport near the Sound View will be slightly altered as engineers install a series of raised medians intended to increase safety for pedestrians. READ
Both high school boys soccer teams saw one golden scoring chance after another go begging until Greenport’s Cesar Chapeton finally brought things to a dramatic end with a golden goal.
And it was a beauty. READ
Will Greenport High School students soon start their day a little later?
At Wednesday’s Greenport Board of Education meeting, president Daniel Creedon suggested the first bell at the secondary school be pushed back to a later time. READ
When someone suggested to J.C. Perez that the Greenport defenders would sleep well later that night, he slowly shook his head, as if trying to shake off a bad dream. READ
Last month, Southold Town lost a community trailblazer, social activist and lifelong volunteer: Merle Levine.
Ms. Levine, 95, died Thursday, Sept. 12, at Peconic Landing. READ