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07/19/18 6:00am
07/19/2018 6:00 AM

Earlier this month, the Southold Town Board voted to cancel an agreement with the engineering firm that conducted a study examining traffic solutions for the Mattituck hamlet center, including the intersection of Route 25, Love Lane and Old Sound Road, which has long been a safety concern.  READ

07/18/18 4:11pm
07/18/2018 4:11 PM

UPDATE, July 24: A Mattituck man crashed into a Florida woman last Wednesday when he was trying to make a left turn from the westbound lane of Route 48 onto Mill Lane in Mattituck, but failed to yield to the right of way of the woman who was going eastbound on Route 48, the report states.

The man said there were large construction barrels and heavy dust from road work, so he did not see the woman coming, causing him to strike the rear passenger side, according to Southold Town Police.

Two people were being airlifted following a two-car crash in Mattituck Wednesday afternoon, according to the Mattituck Fire Department.

Their conditions are not clear.

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07/06/18 6:00am
07/06/2018 6:00 AM

When Katie Hoeg committed to the University of North Carolina to play lacrosse, she embraced the challenge. At such a high-level program, Hoeg knew she would be joining a group where every player boasted a long résumé of accolades.

As a standout athlete at Mattituck High School, from which she graduated in 2016, Hoeg was an All-American who tallied more than 500 career points. READ

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06/13/18 6:00am
06/13/2018 6:00 AM

One could say that Mattituck High School’s blue and gold colors are in Liz Dwyer’s blood. There will be no need to change those colors when she moves off to college in a couple of months.

Dwyer has committed to Southern New Hampshire University, which shares the same colors as Mattituck. The senior had originally intended to play only tennis for the NCAA Division II school, but said she reconsidered and wants to play both tennis and basketball for the Penmen. READ

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06/10/18 6:00am
06/10/2018 6:00 AM

As the girls stepped off the bus back at Mattituck High School Saturday night, “We are the Champions” began to blare over a portable speaker. The girls on the Mattituck/Southold girls lacrosse team began singing along as friends and family that had gathered to welcome home the state champions snapped photos. READ