10 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.
14 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.
17 hrs ago
The Times of Israel
Sensei to the Orthodox
Rabbi Sensei Gary Moskowitz shows of some self-defense moves on the NY subway. Gary Moskowitz , a rabbi and sensei teaching martial arts to Orthodox children in Flushing, Queens, thinks religious intolerance has little if nothing to do with the fact that a large proportion of recent "knockout game" attacks victims have been Orthodox Jews.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
6 Places To Donate on Giving Tuesday
If you are in the giving spirit after shopping on Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, then consider helping out the following local organizations.
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.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
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.
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.
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.
Don't Miss: Menorah Lightings in Greenport
Just in time for the holiday season, two menorah lightings will take place at Mitchell Park in Greenport over the next days.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Cops: Speeding Leads to 2 Drunken Driving Arrests
The following information was supplied by the Southampton Town Police Department .
Mon Nov 25, 2013
The Journal News
When you're setting the Thanksgiving table this year, you might want to consider adding a pint glass.
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.
Business News: New Taco Champ Crowned in Greenport
Find out what's going on at businesses around the East End: EAST HAMPTON Small Biz Owner Reflects on Challenges, Bonuses of Being the Boss Springs native Mario "Sonny" Sireci started painting when he was in high school, and after four years in the U.S. Navy, he started his own painting business in 1996.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Don't Miss: Local Photographer's Randee Daddona's First Solo Exhibit
A well-known local photojournalist will kick off her first solo show, "Through the Looking Lens," at the Greenport Harbor Brewing Company, at 234 Carpenter Street in Greenport, on Saturday.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Shelter Island Reporter
From the P.O. to Schmidt's with an art gallery in between
Sandra Waldner in her framing studio on Worthy Way with a Peter Waldner original high on the wall behind her.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
New Taco Champ Crowned in Greenport
With a bulging buffet of food challenges tempting those with voracious appetites nationwide, Greenport now has its own entry, a weekly taco-eating contest.
9 part-time paramedics offered jobs with REMS
Nine part-time paramedics who work for the Town of Rotterdam were let go after the Police Department said they couldn't staff the shifts for the rest of the year.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Siena's student-built Firefly takes off in rocket Tuesday night
LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. Siena students and professors were excited for The Air Force Minotaur One Rocket took off from NASA's Flight Facility in Wallops Island, Virginia on Tuesday night.
Rotterdam PD investigating nine residential burglaries
ROTTERDAM, N.Y. Rotterdam Police are currently investigating at least nine residential burglaries over the past month in the same areas of town.