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This Morning’s Bulletin — 7.22.24

Good Morning! • We're expecting partly sunny skies today, with a high temperature near 86 degrees and a southeast wind 3 to 8 miles per hour. There's a 70 percent chance of overnight showers and possibly a thunderstorm, with mostly cloudy skies and a low around 70. There's a 60 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms Tuesday, with cloudy skies and a high near 86. Wednesday we're also anticipating showers
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East End Politicians Weigh in On Biden’s Withdrawal from the Presidential Race

Update 7/22 John Avlon endorsed Kamala Harris for president in this statement Monday, July 22: "Yesterday was a day for honoring President Joe Biden's historic presidency and his selfless decision to step aside from this election. Today is the day to pass the torch to a new generation, as Democrats unite around Vice President Harris as our nominee in the 2024 election. I am proud to join them. While former
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Aquebogue’s Rural Corridor Faces Proposed Traffic Light, Office Building

Route 25 changes character distinctly when it crosses Route 105 eastbound, a line of demarcation that many see as the gateway to the North Fork. Riverhead Town's zoning acknowledges that this section of what's known as the Main Road, which has its origins at Main Street in Queens before wending its way through dozens of miles of strip malls and traffic lights, is a rural corridor. But a 14,999-square-foot medical
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Southold Agrees to Discuss Preservation in Greenport

Representatives from the Village of Greenport and Southold Town are expected to sit down to hash out the details of how Community Preservation Fund money could be used within the village in two weeks, after a crowd of nearly 50 Greenport residents showed up Southold Town Board's July 16 meeting asking for greater use of the CPF fund within village boundaries. Pictured Above: Greenport Mayor Kevin Stuessi addressed the Southold
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Agritourism Resort Code & Proposed Water Pipeline Top North Fork Towns Discussion

You'd be forgiven as you drive down the rural corridors of the North Fork for missing the signs in Laurel marking your transition from one town to another, but it's not often that representatives of the two towns of Riverhead and Southold all sit together to hash out common concerns. Most of the Riverhead Town Board made a rare visit to talk with the Southold Town Board at its July
Mother Nature almost cooperated for this year's Sound & Skate Festival, which raises money for the Greenport Skate Park. The festival was held on its rain date Sunday, as skaters braved the heat to participate in the skating contest and listen to music.
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This Morning’s Bulletin — 7.15.24

Good Morning! • We're under a heat advisory from noon today until 10 p.m. Tuesday, with heat index values approaching 100 degrees. The National Weather Service warns that seniors and those with chronic health problems or mental health conditions are at an increased risk, and is asking residents to use air conditioning to stay cool at home or go to a place that has air conditioning, and to check on
Pictured Above: New East End Arts Executive Director Wendy Weiss with this summer's "Detour V" Exhibition.
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With New Executive Director, East End Arts Looks to a Future of Inclusiveness and Excellence

East End Arts in Riverhead is on a path to building a resilient future for the community of artists and musicians on both forks as outgoing Executive Director Dianne Burke turns over the leadership role to Creative Director Wendy Weiss, who has been helping to build the organization’s art gallery and membership ranks since the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic. Pictured Above: New East End Arts Executive Director Wendy