11 hrs ago
Sag Harbor Online
Anticipating Tight Finances, Sag Harbor School Board to Look at Superintendent Sharing
In efforts to reduce cuts to teacher positions, school programs and supplies brought on by tight budgets, the Sag Harbor Board of Education is considering hosting a forum for East End school districts to discuss the possibility of sharing a superintendent and other services in the future.
15 hrs ago
Sag Harbor Online
Thiele Praises Shared Superintendent Announcement in Greenport, Southold
In 2011, the New York State Legislature enacted Chapter 97, which is most well known for establishing the 2 percent real property tax cap.
18 hrs ago
Time for The Big Day: Southold Actress Makes TV Debut Thursday
After weeks of anticipation, excited friends and family are counting down the minutes until young Southold actress Ella Watts, 13, makes her television debut with big stars, including Carrie Underwood, on Thursday.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
New Cablevision Contract Could Mean Cameras Would Tape Town Meetings
A new agreement currently being negotiated with Cabevision could allow residents in both Southold and Riverhead Towns access to even more public meetings.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Suffolk threatens to evict 1938 FDNY boat from Greenport dock
Retired chief engineer Henry Wassmer, left, of Southold, and volunteer Joe Lemerise, of Cutchogue, stand on board the Fire Fighter that is currently docked in Greenport.
Kids Collect 2000 Pounds of Candy for Troops Overseas
Southold mom Dina Reilly said after all was said and done, over 2000 pounds -- or an entire ton - of leftover Halloween candy was collected for troops overseas.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Cops: Man Veers Off Road, Crashes Into Tree in Southold
An Elmhurst man was injured in a Southold car accident on Saturday, police said.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Local Shops Offer Deals On Small Business Saturday
"Small Business Saturday" is an initiative launched by American Express in 2010 in order to celebrate and encourage small business spending, with special deals located at small businesses around town, according to Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone's office.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Where to Find the Perfect Christmas Tree
If you're heading out to find the perfect Christmas tree, here's a list of some of the best places to pick your holiday favorite.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
What's Open in the Area for Last-Minute Must Haves On Thanksgiving
If you're right in the middle of making your stuffing and need an onion, it's good to know that something's open on Thanksgiving.
Cops: Man Drove Drunk, Crashed With 2 Children In the Car
A Manhattan man was cuffed on Wednesday after police said he drove drunk with two kids in the car in Southold.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
9 Area Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Dinner
Take a holiday from the holiday and let someone else do all the cooking and preparation this year.
Headstone Desecrated in East Quogue Cemetery
The alleged victim was completely uncooperative, police said. She told police she didn't want to pursue the incident.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Mother Nature Blasted North Fork, Riverhead With Winds Sunday
Mother Nature hit the North Fork and Riverhead with her best shot on Sunday, pounding the area with winds of up to 53 miles per hour.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Cops: Man Charged in Knife Brawl That Heated Up Again At Hospital
A man has been charged with a Greenport parking lot brawl between three men that continued in the hospital emergency room last weekend, police said.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
New Deer Discussion Slated for Saturday
The East Marion Community Association will tackle what some consider the most critical concern on the North Fork Saturday as they host another discussion on the local deer problem.
Mother, Baby Struck By Elderly Driver In Mattituck
Route 25 in Mattituck was closed Friday afternoon after a two-car accident that occurred when an elderly driver struck a car with a mother and her baby, police said.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
6-Week Old Baby Dies, Go Fund Me Page Helps Raise Money for Funeral
Joshua Caleb Palladino was only six weeks old when he died on Wednesday night. The baby had been fighting for his young life after complications at birth, a Go Fund Me page set up by Jamie Galloway said.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
LI Farm Bureau's first female president breaks new ground
Karen Rivara, the new president of the Long Island Farm Bureau, is the first woman to hold the post since the group was formed in 1955.
Southold passes budget amid union impasse
Southold passed a town budget for next year Tuesday that does not pierce the state's tax cap, but labor strife with its largest union could lead to higher personnel costs in future years.