On a beautiful afternoon Saturday, hundreds of revelers lined Main Road decked out in green to celebrate the 15th annual Cutchogue St. Patrick’s Day parade.
The parade was hosted by the North Fork Chamber of Commerce and the Cutchogue Fire Department. Longtime Chamber of Commerce members Linda Carlson and Cutchogue Fire Department member Jim Fogarty Sr. served as the grand marshals.
The Greenport boys basketball team earned a repeat trip to the Class C final four
by defeating Tuckahoe, 91-77, Saturday in the Southeast Regional Championship. READ
The Greenport boys basketball team took its first step Wednesday night in its mission to return to the Class C state Final Four.
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.
Not long after the start of
Kait’s Angels’ “Stuff the Trailer” event Thursday night, the pool table at EAsT on Main in Mattituck was overflowing with toys.
The gifts were all donated to help families in need during the holiday season.
Holiday revelers gathered at Raymond F. Nine Park in Mattituck Friday night for the annual Christmas tree lighting.
The Mattituck girls volleyball team earned a trip to Glens Falls and the New York State Championship with a sweep of East Rockaway Sunday afternoon at Farmingdale State College.
The 29th annual East End Maritime Festival drew big crowds to Greenport this past weekend. The three-day event began with the Land and Sea Gala Friday night.
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.
The Mattituck High School Class of 2018 celebrated its graduation Saturday morning with its commencement ceremony at Mattituck High School.
Salutatorian Alexander Bellavia and valedictorian Alexandra Talbot both addressed their classmates with speeches.
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