Morning Bulletin

This Morning’s Bulletin — 11.14.22

Good Morning! • We're expecting sunny skies today, with a high temperature near 48 degrees and a northwest wind 8 to 14 miles per hour. We're expecting patchy frost overnight, with mostly clear skies and a low around 23. We're expecting increasing clouds on Tuesday, with a high near 50, and rain on Wednesday, mostly before 1 p.m., with mostly cloudy skies and a high near 55. • A minke whale
Last green corner, Mattituck
Government Southold

Southold Votes Yes on Eminent Domain, Comp Plan, Plum Island Ferry Zoning

Pictured Above: The Mattituck corner that has been slated for a hardware store. The Southold Town Board exerted its authority over land use within the town in several major ways Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 8, adopting resolutions to take a controversial Mattituck property slated for development of a hardware store through eminent domain, adopting a Comprehensive Plan that's been in the works for a decade, and rezoning the Plum Island ferry
Coronavirus Updates Education

As Covid Cases Up-End Local School Plans, NY To Unveil School Virus Dashboard

The Riverhead Central School District was the first to open its doors to students last Thursday, Sept. 3, but two days into the school year at the district's Aquebogue Elementary School, some classes have already been disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic, after two students tested positive for the virus over the Labor Day holiday weekend. Also over the weekend, two employees in the Southold Union Free School District notified the
Sunrise, New Suffolk
Government Southold

Community Focuses on Next Actions as Southold Nears Comp Plan Adoption

The refrain from community leaders was clear when the Southold Town Board held a Zoom public hearing on the adoption of its Comprehensive Plan Update Aug. 25: The community is ready, willing and able to assist in implementing its goals. Environmental leaders, in particular, called for the creation of an Environmental Advisory Committee to work to implement environmental recommendations and the goals of New York State's Climate Smart Communities program.
New Suffolk, Wednesday night.
Morning Bulletin

This Morning’s Bulletin — 6.25.20

Good Morning! • There's a 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 1 p.m. today, with partly sunny skies, a high temperature near 85 and light and variable winds becoming south 5 to 9 miles per hour in the afternoon. There's a 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms overnight and before noon Friday, with a low around 66 overnight. Friday will be mostly sunny, with a high near
New Suffolk Beach, Wednesday night
Coronavirus Updates Government

Stepped Up Southold Beach Patrol Will Check Residencies

Pictured Above: New Suffolk Beach, Wednesday night Southold Town has created a beach patrol task force to enforce access to beaches throughout the town, which is being limited to residents only, including people who walk onto the beach. The Southold Town Board hashed out enforcement of beach restrictions at a special meeting June 23, in light of New York State requirements that beaches operate at a maximum of 50 percent
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