A community effort once again has landed the Southold Fire Department the Terry Farrell Award for collecting more pints of donated blood donations than any other department on Long Island and the Hudson Valley.
It’s the fourth straight year the department earned the honors.
Update (9:40 p.m.): A juvenile playing with a lighter in a first floor bedroom accidentally sparked a fire on a mattress and box spring at a Peconic home Thursday. READ
The Southold Fire Department will host a blood drive Wednesday, Jan. 23 between 2:15 and 8 p.m. at the main firehouse on Main Road. The popular spaghetti dinner for all those who donate will start after 5 p.m. READ
A woman was airlifted to Stony Brook University Medical Center after suffering burns from a fire that sparked in her Southold home Wednesday morning, according to Southold Police Chief Martin Flatley. 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
If you went away for the holiday weekend and just returned to Boisseau Avenue in Southold, you might feel a little disoriented by the changed surroundings. READ
The Southold Fire Department will host a blood drive Wednesday, Jan. 24 between 2:15 and 8:15 p.m. at the main firehouse on Main Road. The popular spaghetti dinner for all those who donate will start after 5 p.m. READ
Two oyster growers were rescued from Southold Bay Wednesday just as darkness fell after their boat became stuck on an ice formation off Paradise Point. READ
The Southold Fire Department will host an opioid overdose prevention class in December, the last of six training sessions being offered throughout Long Island. READ
A detached garage in Peconic was destroyed by fire Wednesday night, the second structure fire in as many nights in Southold Town. READ