Greenport junior guard Ahkee Anderson opened the 2018-19 season in style Friday night by joining an elite club of 1,000-point career scorers. He became only the seventh boy in program history to reach the milestone.
He led the Porters to a 51-47 victory over Mattituck at Greenport High School.
The Porters return to action Thursday with a non-league game at St. Anthonys.
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. READ
I’m Dr. Lawrence Schiff. I’m the chairman of emergency medicine at Eastern Long Island Hospital. I’m also the regional medical director for EMS on the North Fork of Long Island.
I’ve been here for the last 15 years as head of the department. READ
The Mattituck girls basketball team clinched its third consecutive county championship Monday night by defeating Babylon for the Class B crown. The Tuckers raced out to a big first quarter lead and never looked back. Liz Dwyer led all scorers with 18 points. READ
The Greenport boys basketball team won its first county title since 2010 Sunday afternoon by defeating The Stony Brook School, 71-41, at Suffolk Community College in Selden.
The 20-2 Porters will play Nassau County champion East Rockaway on March 6.
Scroll below to see photos from Sunday’s game. And click here for a full recap.
A new 12-minute video aims to address misconceptions about affordable housing in Southold Town and change “not-in-my-backyard” attitudes toward efforts to provide additional housing options. READ
Even among the many scenic wineries across the North Fork, The Old Field Vineyards stands out for its pure beauty. READ
Victoria Witzcak knows how to take giving back to a whole new — and tasty — level.
Last year, the 12-year-old from Cutchogue decided to create an event dubbed the NoFo Tomato Sauce Boss Contest as a way to raise money to pay back a grant she received from the organization Katie’s Krops. The money enabled her to grow produce to donate to local food pantries. READ
Rain couldn’t stop Riverhead’s Alive on 25 this time around. After a two-week delay, the popular Riverhead Business Improvement District event returned Thursday evening. READ