Fishing Boat, After Rain, Greenport Sunset
Government

Greenport Moratorium Discussions to Continue, as New Committee Gets to Work on Zoning Update

The Greenport Village Board will not vote on a potential moratorium on development in three downtown business districts until its Feb. 23 meeting, at the earliest, while the board incorporates suggestions made by the village’s planning board and by the Suffolk County Planning Commission, which is slated to discuss the moratorium at its Feb. 1 meeting. In the meantime, the village’s new volunteer Waterfront Advisory and Planning Committee, which is
Vigil for George Floyd at Greenport's Clinton Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church
George Floyd Protests In the Streets Top Stories

Hundreds Protest Across the North Fork

Hundreds of protesters filled Jean Cochran Park in Peconic on Wednesday afternoon for a rally, followed by a march to Southold Town Police Headquarters, and, just a few hours later, hundreds more packed Third Street in Greenport for a rousing vigil to honor George Floyd and the many other people of color who have been the victims of police brutality. The afternoon protest was organized by Kenny Black, the 27-year-old
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Morning Bulletin

This Morning’s Bulletin — 6.2.20

Good Morning! • Today will be partly sunny, with a high near 72 degrees and a light and variable wind, becoming southwest 5 to 10 miles per hour. There's a 30 percent chance of showers overnight, mainly after 2 a.m., with mostly cloudy skies and a low around 57. Showers are likely Wednesday, with possibly a thunderstorm after noon and a high near 76. Thursday will be mostly sunny, with
Greenport Village did a trial run of potential future parking restrictions the last weekend in May, designed to encourage social distancing.
Coronavirus Updates Top Stories

Coronavirus Updates (May 30): Expanding Reopening Capabilities; Bay Beach Scene Gets Ugly

Pictured Above: Greenport Village did a trial run of potential future parking restrictions the last weekend in May, designed to encourage social distancing. As New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Friday that the state may fast track the timeline for some businesses to reopen, local governments in Riverhead and Greenport are working on innovative solutions to allow more open-air space for businesses this summer. Meanwhile, chaotic scenes at bay beaches
Downtown Greenport during a brief spate of sunshine on the Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend.
Business Community Government

Can Greenport Hold Fast?

Pictured Above: Downtown Greenport during a brief spate of sunshine on the Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend. Nearly every business in downtown Greenport, whether it is open or closed, currently has emblazoned somewhere on its façade the words “Hold Fast, Stay True Greenport NY.”  It’s an old nautical phrase that many sailors have tattooed on their knuckles, to remind them they can conquer any storm with steady resolve and sights