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Spring Sunset Shadows

This Morning’s Bulletin — 3.16.18

Good Morning! • Today will be mostly sunny, with a high near 41 degrees but wind chill values between 20 and 30, with a northwest wind 15 to 21 miles per hour, gusting as high


Arts Groups Team Up for THAW

Nineteen of the South Fork’s cultural institutions have formed a new group, the Hamptons Arts Network, to work together to promote artistic endeavors in the Hamptons. The group, which has been meeting for about a

New Suffolk School Board members Jeanette Cooper, Joe Polashock and Tony Dill at Tuesday's school board meeting.

With Settlement Pending, New Suffolk School May Remain Open Next Year

The New Suffolk School Board postponed a planned March 27 vote to send its students to other districts Wednesday night, announcing that it has reached a verbal agreement with teacher Martha Kennelly that may

The cast of NFCT's "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown."

A Boisterous “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” Lights Up Mattituck Stage

  You know you’re going to smile when you get a chance to spend some time with the crew of the good old Peanuts cartoons, and it certainly helps when you get a great group

Sure Signs, Tuesday afternoon.

This Morning’s Bulletin — 3.14.18

Good Morning! • We’re expecting mostly sunny skies today, with a slight chance of snow showers after noon, mixing with rain after 2 p.m. The high temperature will be near 39 degrees, with wind chill

Monday morning in Grangebel Park, Riverhead

This Morning’s Bulletin — 3.13.18

Good Morning! • With a couple inches of snow on the ground at daybreak this morning, we’re under a winter storm warning until 6 p.m. today, and we’re expecting another 3 to 8 inches throughout

Bishop McGann-Mercy High School's Class of 2018, the last class that will graduate from the Riverhead Catholic school.

McGann-Mercy & Catholic Elementary Schools to Close & Consolidate

The Diocese of Rockville Centre announced Monday that it will consolidate two Catholic elementary schools in Cutchogue and Riverhead and close Bishop McGann-Mercy High School in Riverhead because the schools “are no longer viable.” According

Anna Evenhouse and Greenport Village Administrator Paul Pallas at Saturday's discussion.

Greenporters Band Together To Take Action on Lead

It’s been the better part of a century since water supply pipes were made out of lead, and it’s been decades since lead paint was banned, but the dangers of this toxic element can


Suffolk Historical Society to Host Symposium on “Long Island & The Great War”

Continuing their commemoration of the centennial of World War I, the Suffolk County Historical Society is hosting a symposium on the Long Island experience during the war on Saturday, March 10 from 8:30 a.m.

Julie Evans addressed the East Hampton Town Board on March 6.

East Hampton Selects Captain Julie Evans to Represent Fisheries on Wind Farm Project

East Hampton Town’s Fisheries Committee has selected Captain Julie Evans, who has worked on commercial and charter boats out of Montauk for decades, to be the Fisheries Representative working for local fishermens’ interests with


Editorial: It’s Not Rocket Science

We’re disgusted, and that doesn’t happen often. But this debate over the best ways to protect our children from mass shootings in schools can’t pit solutions against one another. There are many ways to

The Play’s The Thing: Spring Community Theater Season Kicks Off

The East End’s community theaters are deep into rehearsals for three intense shows opening in March. The first show to open this spring is the North Fork Community Theatre’s production of “You’re a Good Man,

Between The Lines: Running for President is Like Herding Cats

Hi, everyone, and thanks for coming. There are plenty of seats up front so don’t be shy. Now the reason I’ve asked you all here is…What? No, we’re not at the point where we have

Orlando Garbanzo with his hot zeppolis

Orlando’s: An East End Oasis

Orlando’s: An East End Oasis by Jo-Ann McLean In a world overshadowed by negativity, racism, and controversy, one place can be counted on, a sort of egalitarian DMZ, where rich weekenders, working poor, legal, undocumented, Christian,

If you are a take charge person who loves to plan, you probably prefer the look of flowers with warm hues, such as Alstroemeria 'Inca Ice' (shown in foreground).

Gardenwise: What Do Your Garden Colors Say About You?

Gardenwise: What Do Your Garden Colors Say About You? By Susan Tito Unless you live in the Arctic, you probably find this winter to be brutal so far, certainly from a comfort point of view. Or

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