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The Suffolk Times
Wrestling: Tuckers dominate en route to fourth straight county crownThe lights were dimmed before the wrestlers in the finals of the 13th annual L.
Wrestling: Tuckers dominate en route to fourth straight county crown
The Suffolk Times / Posted 8 hours ago
The lights were dimmed before the wrestlers in the finals of the 13th annual L. Robert “Doc” Fallot Section XI Division II Championships marched into the Center Moriches High School gym to applause from fans, who rose to their feet. Then, as they had... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Bitter cold can’t dampen Washington’s B-Day parade in GreenportFor 170 years, Greenport Fire Department has lead the way for the annual Washin
Bitter cold can’t dampen Washington’s B-Day parade in Greenport
The Suffolk Times / Posted 15 hours ago
For 170 years, Greenport Fire Department has lead the way for the annual Washington’s Birthday parade through Greenport Village. On Saturday afternoon, it was time for parade number 171, and sub-freezing temperatures and high winds didn’t seem to... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Southold Blotter: Woman claims wallet stolen at library• A New Suffolk woman reported her wallet stolen from the Cutchogue New Suffolk
Southold Blotter: Woman claims wallet stolen at library
The Suffolk Times / Posted 16 hours ago
• A New Suffolk woman reported her wallet stolen from the Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library last week, though the circumstances were unclear, police said. The woman called police around 7 p.m. last Thursday to report her property had been taken. A... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Greenport High School's 3-D printing lab growing into something specialCrowding the door of Mike Davies’ technology classroom at Greenport High School
Greenport High School's 3-D printing lab growing into something special
The Suffolk Times / Posted 21 hours ago
Crowding the door of Mike Davies’ technology classroom at Greenport High School is a group of about 10 students eagerly watching a pancake being made. But this isn’t your Aunt Jemima’s pancake. It’s not even being cooked in a pan. Rather, this... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Mattituck introduces new program for ENL studentsMario Arreola, a former standout player on the Mattituck High School soccer tea
Mattituck introduces new program for ENL students
The Suffolk Times / Posted yesterday
Mario Arreola, a former standout player on the Mattituck High School soccer team, stood in front of the Board of Education Thursday night and began a presentation by speaking entirely in Spanish. Noticing the clear lack of understanding on the faces... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Greenport News: Have-a-Heart dinner to benefit CASTThe latest trend on Facebook is a “Nature Challenge” for which you post photos
Greenport News: Have-a-Heart dinner to benefit CAST
The Suffolk Times / Posted 2 days ago
The latest trend on Facebook is a “Nature Challenge” for which you post photos from wherever you live. I’ve always known it, but seeing these pictures sure makes me appreciate the North Fork. What a beautiful area! Parents of elementary school... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Fundraiser at Martha Clara benefits local food pantriesMartha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead hosted the fourth annual Charitable Food Pa
Fundraiser at Martha Clara benefits local food pantries
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 2 days ago
Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead hosted the fourth annual Charitable Food Pantry Fundraiser on Tuesday night. The event benefits five food pantries on the East End, including two in Riverhead and one in Greenport. Dozens of auction gifts were... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Fundraiser at Martha Clara benefits local food pantriesMartha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead hosted the fourth annual Charitable Food Pa
Fundraiser at Martha Clara benefits local food pantries
The Suffolk Times / Posted 2 days ago
Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead hosted the fourth annual Charitable Food Pantry Fundraiser on Tuesday night. The event benefits five food pantries on the East End, including two in Riverhead and one in Greenport. Dozens of auction gifts were... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Greenport Village named 'Port of the Year' for Tall Ships eventGreenport learned a lot in the three years between 2012 and 2105 about hosting
Greenport Village named 'Port of the Year' for Tall Ships event
The Suffolk Times / Posted 2 days ago
Greenport learned a lot in the three years between 2012 and 2105 about hosting Tall Ships of America events. While the village and the Greenport Business Improvement District worked together on organizing the event the first time the Tall Ships came... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Greenport to trustee: Clean up your mess or elseA Greenport Village trustee received four orders to remedy violations on proper
Greenport to trustee: Clean up your mess or else
The Suffolk Times / Posted 2 days ago
A Greenport Village trustee received four orders to remedy violations on properties she and her family own in the village following complaints filed by a former trustee. The orders to remedy affect three residential properties on Atlantic Avenue... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Greenport Harbor Brewing begins 'brew pub' expansionGreenport Harbor Brewing Co. owners John Liegey and Rich Vandenburgh at the con
Greenport Harbor Brewing begins 'brew pub' expansion
The Suffolk Times / Posted 3 days ago
Greenport Harbor Brewing Co. owners John Liegey and Rich Vandenburgh at the construction site of the brewery’s new 2,000-square-foot ‘brew pub.’ (Credit: Vera Chinese) Four support trusses for the new structure were installed on Wednesday, which... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Cutchogue News: 'Discover your Value' with ZumbaDreams do come true. That’s what some students and teachers were thinking when
Cutchogue News: 'Discover your Value' with Zumba
The Suffolk Times / Posted 3 days ago
Dreams do come true. That’s what some students and teachers were thinking when the Mattituck-Cutchogue School District informed them that school was closed for the second year in a row the day after the Super Bowl! Romance is in the air. It may not... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Rhumb Line closed following police complaints, SLA investigationA sign on the front door of the Rhumb Line on Front Street in Greenport says th
Rhumb Line closed following police complaints, SLA investigation
The Suffolk Times / Posted 3 days ago
A sign on the front door of the Rhumb Line on Front Street in Greenport says the bar and restaurant is closed until spring for renovations. A file at the New York State Liquor Authority tells a different story. The SLA took steps last month to... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
With Greenport man at the helm, oyster growers uniteKATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTO | Mike Osinski at his home in Greenport. “Greenport,
With Greenport man at the helm, oyster growers unite
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 4 days ago
KATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTO | Mike Osinski at his home in Greenport. “Greenport, like towns on Staten Island, prospered from the oyster.” So wrote John Kochiss, author of “Oystering from New York to Boston,” in 1973, pointing back to the oyster’s... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
In Greenport, a historic house built from circus billboardsOne day last September, Walter Foote was working on the second floor of his new
In Greenport, a historic house built from circus billboards
The Suffolk Times / Posted 4 days ago
One day last September, Walter Foote was working on the second floor of his newly purchased Victorian at the corner of Broad and First streets in Greenport when a contractor renovating the home asked him to come take a look at something. While... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Thelma A. MacomberFormer Greenport resident Thelma A. (O’kula) Macomber died Feb. 4 at Peconic Ba
Thelma A. Macomber
The Suffolk Times / Posted 4 days ago
Former Greenport resident Thelma A. (O’kula) Macomber died Feb. 4 at Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead. She was 95. The daughter of Edgar and Mabell Oliver, Ms. Macomber was born Jan. 30, 1921, in Greenport. She attended Riverhead High... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Thelma A. MacomberFormer Greenport resident Thelma A. (O’kula) Macomber died Feb. 4 at Peconic Ba
Thelma A. Macomber
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 4 days ago
Former Greenport resident Thelma A. (O’kula) Macomber died Feb. 4 at Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead. She was 95. The daughter of Edgar and Mabell Oliver, Ms. Macomber was born Jan. 30, 1921, in Greenport. She attended Riverhead High... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Irene Wilsberg of Mattituck passed away Feb. 3, 2016, at home surrounded by her family. Iren
Irene Wilsberg
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 4 days ago
of Mattituck passed away Feb. 3, 2016, at home surrounded by her family. Irene was born April 20, 1921, in Brooklyn to Charles and Lena Kautter. She attended school in Brooklyn and later enlisted in the U.S. Navy. Upon completing... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Yvonne KiefertFormer Riverhead resident of Greenport died Feb. 5 at San Simeon by the Sound
Yvonne Kiefert
The Suffolk Times / Posted 4 days ago
Former Riverhead resident of Greenport died Feb. 5 at San Simeon by the Sound in Greenport. The daughter of Robert Bodenburg and Mary Stubnek Bodenburg, Ms. Kiefert was born March 2, 1925, in Buenos Aires. She attended Weehawken High... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Wrestling: Riverhead's Hansel rolls to his first league crownJustin Hansel has something most wrestlers don’t have: a move named after him.
Wrestling: Riverhead's Hansel rolls to his first league crown
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 5 days ago
Justin Hansel has something most wrestlers don’t have: a move named after him. It’s called the Hansel roll, a sobriquet that emerged from Riverhead High School wrestling practices. When the Riverhead senior is on the bottom during a match, he holds... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Meet the agent: Diane Dunbar of Century 21 Albertson RealtyKATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTODiane Dunbar outside her Greenport office. She didn’t
Meet the agent: Diane Dunbar of Century 21 Albertson Realty
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 6 days ago
KATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTODiane Dunbar outside her Greenport office. She didn’t relocate to the North Fork full time until the early 2000s, but Diane Dunbar’s memories of the area began taking shape when she was a child, during summers at her... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Meet the agent: Diane Dunbar of Century 21 Albertson RealtyKATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTODiane Dunbar outside her Greenport office. She didn’t
Meet the agent: Diane Dunbar of Century 21 Albertson Realty
The Suffolk Times / Posted 6 days ago
KATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTODiane Dunbar outside her Greenport office. She didn’t relocate to the North Fork full time until the early 2000s, but Diane Dunbar’s memories of the area began taking shape when she was a child, during summers at her... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Long Island oyster growers unite, form lobbying group“Greenport, like towns on Staten Island, prospered from the oyster.” So wrote
Long Island oyster growers unite, form lobbying group
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 7 days ago
“Greenport, like towns on Staten Island, prospered from the oyster.” So wrote John Kochiss, author of “Oystering from New York to Boston,” in 1973, pointing back to the oyster’s heyday on eastern Long Island in the early part of the 20th... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
With Greenport man at the helm, oyster growers unite“Greenport, like towns on Staten Island, prospered from the oyster.” So wrote
With Greenport man at the helm, oyster growers unite
The Suffolk Times / Posted 7 days ago
“Greenport, like towns on Staten Island, prospered from the oyster.” So wrote John Kochiss, author of “Oystering from New York to Boston,” in 1973, pointing back to the oyster’s heyday on eastern Long Island in the early part of the 20th... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Shelter Island Reporter obituary: Darryl Ray DickersonDarryl Ray Dickerson Darryl R. Dickerson, 61, longtime resident of Shelter Isla
Shelter Island Reporter obituary: Darryl Ray Dickerson
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 8 days ago
Darryl Ray Dickerson Darryl R. Dickerson, 61, longtime resident of Shelter Island, passed peacefully at St. Catherine’s of Siena Medical Center in Smithtown, on January 30, 2016. He was born on July 23, 1954 in Greenport, the third son of George... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Two arrests top Shelter Island Police blotterThose named in arrest reports or receiving police summonses have not been convi
Two arrests top Shelter Island Police blotter
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 9 days ago
Those named in arrest reports or receiving police summonses have not been convicted of a crime. In court, the charges against them may be reduced or withdrawn or the defendants may be found not guilty. ARRESTS Fred J. Conforto, 42, of the Bronx,... Read more
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The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
Amagansett News - Amagansett Life-Saving Station Restoration Breaks The SurfaceNewly varnished walls glistened as sharp rays of morning light shined into the
Amagansett News - Amagansett Life-Saving Station Restoration Breaks The Surface
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press / Posted 9 days ago
Newly varnished walls glistened as sharp rays of morning light shined into the topmost level of the Amagansett Life-Saving Station on a chilly Tuesday morning. The tiny attic space once served as a watchtower where men at the turn of the century... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Greenport Village eyes taking over ferry parking lotsCOURTESY PHOTO | Changes could be coming for parking near North Ferry on the Gr
Greenport Village eyes taking over ferry parking lots
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 9 days ago
COURTESY PHOTO | Changes could be coming for parking near North Ferry on the Greenport side. The Long Island Railroad parking lots near the North Ferry dock in Greenport are free to use and do not feature any time restrictions. But that could soon... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Goodwill AME Zion Church is Riverside’s first historic landmarkGoodwill African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church in Riverside is literally buil
Goodwill AME Zion Church is Riverside’s first historic landmark
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 9 days ago
Goodwill African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church in Riverside is literally built around its past. The two-story building, which today stands about a half-mile east of the traffic circle on Flanders Road, has been expanded — again and again — since... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
What happens when life ends for someone with no family or means?Death is lonely. Everyone who leaves this world does so unaccompanied. But for
What happens when life ends for someone with no family or means?
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 10 days ago
Death is lonely. Everyone who leaves this world does so unaccompanied. But for some, the path leading to that departure is also lonesome. Some have no family, no friends, not even money to cover life’s various expenses. And when they cannot pay the... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
What happens when life ends for someone with no family or means?Toward the end of December, Doug Mathie received a call about an elderly woman
What happens when life ends for someone with no family or means?
The Suffolk Times / Posted 10 days ago
Toward the end of December, Doug Mathie received a call about an elderly woman who had died in hospice. Mr. Mathie, funeral director at Horton-Mathie Funeral Home on Main Street in Greenport, picked up the woman’s remains and set about preparing for... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
George W. Baumiller, age 97, designer, architect and beloved professor died Jan. 26, 2016, in Gree
George W. Baumiller
The Suffolk Times / Posted 10 days ago
, age 97, designer, architect and beloved professor died Jan. 26, 2016, in Greenport. He was born Feb. 26, 1918, in Novosibirsk, Russia, to Wladyslaw and Janina Ickowska Baumiller who were in Siberian exile. George was the husband... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Bruce William Land of Greenport died Jan. 30. He was 45. He was born Sept. 23, 1970, in Boston t
Bruce William Land
The Suffolk Times / Posted 10 days ago
of Greenport died Jan. 30. He was 45. He was born Sept. 23, 1970, in Boston to Bruce and Karen (Kapp) Land. After graduating from Mattituck High School, Mr. Land graduated cum laude from New York Institute of Technology, where he... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Skipper’s in Greenport changes handsA decades-old Greenport eatery has been sold for just under $1 million. Bobby
Skipper’s in Greenport changes hands
The Suffolk Times / Posted 10 days ago
A decades-old Greenport eatery has been sold for just under $1 million. Bobby Heaney, who has owned Skipper’s Restaurant on Route 48 since 1979, told northforker.com he plans to retire at the end of February. Heaney, 66, said he sold the eatery to... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Frances B. Horton of Cutchogue died on Jan. 29, 2016, at San Simeon by the Sound in Greenport. S
Frances B. Horton
The Suffolk Times / Posted 10 days ago
of Cutchogue died on Jan. 29, 2016, at San Simeon by the Sound in Greenport. She was 93. She was born on March 23, 1922, in Greenport to Jennie (Mosesky) and Frank Salter and was a graduate of Greenport High School In June of... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Boys Basketball: First Settlers fall in first game without ReedFor the first time since they heard the terrible news, the Southold First Settl
Boys Basketball: First Settlers fall in first game without Reed
The Suffolk Times / Posted 10 days ago
For the first time since they heard the terrible news, the Southold First Settlers stepped onto a basketball court to play a game on Tuesday in Port Jefferson. They did so with heavy hearts and a lump in their throats. It was an important game for... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Greenport Village eyes taking over ferry parking lotsThe Long Island Railroad parking lots near the North Ferry dock in Greenport ar
Greenport Village eyes taking over ferry parking lots
The Suffolk Times / Posted 10 days ago
The Long Island Railroad parking lots near the North Ferry dock in Greenport are free to use and do not feature any time restrictions. But that could soon change under a proposal Greenport Village Trustees have approved and sent to the Metropolitan... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Following brother’s tragic death, Laurel man wants us to confront the heroin epidemicPaul Maffetone’s mission emerged from a burning need to share his pain. At fir
Following brother’s tragic death, Laurel man wants us to confront the heroin epidemic
The Suffolk Times / Posted 10 days ago
Paul Maffetone’s mission emerged from a burning need to share his pain. At first, he launched a Facebook group, hoping others would join the dialogue about heroin. When it came to substance abuse, particularly the opioid epidemic that has swept... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Sports Desk: Shedding tears for a coach who had many friendsI’m really not good at goodbyes, but I’ll try my best. The first time I saw Ph
Sports Desk: Shedding tears for a coach who had many friends
The Suffolk Times / Posted 10 days ago
I’m really not good at goodbyes, but I’ll try my best. The first time I saw Phil Reed — I don’t know how many years ago — he was a face in the background, a big, tough-looking football coach, one of several assistant coaches for the Bishop... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Councilwoman Lewis says can’t wait for grantJULIE LANE | The town-owned Medical Center has a leaky roof. Henny Penny may h
Councilwoman Lewis says can’t wait for grant
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 10 days ago
JULIE LANE | The town-owned Medical Center has a leaky roof. Henny Penny may have been hysterical in claiming the sky is falling. But it’s a reality that the roof on the Medical Center is badly leaking and can’t wait for outside funds to pay for... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Marilyn Grace McBurnie passed away Jan. 25, 2016, surrounded by her family, after bravely battling ca
Marilyn Grace McBurnie
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 10 days ago
passed away Jan. 25, 2016, surrounded by her family, after bravely battling cancer. She was 67. Marilyn was born Oct. 11, 1948, in Southampton to William Robert Brown and Alma Rose Setek. She attended Riverhead High School,... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Frances B. Horton of Cutchogue died on Jan. 29, 2016, at San Simeon by the Sound in Greenport. S
Frances B. Horton
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 10 days ago
of Cutchogue died on Jan. 29, 2016, at San Simeon by the Sound in Greenport. She was 93. She was born on March 23, 1922, in Greenport to Jennie (Mosesky) and Frank Salter and was a graduate of Greenport High School In June of... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
George B. Mason of Southold, died Jan. 19. He was 60. He was born Feb. 3, 1955, in Seaford to
George B. Mason
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 10 days ago
of Southold, died Jan. 19. He was 60. He was born Feb. 3, 1955, in Seaford to George and Shirley (Seaman) Mason and attended Seaford schools. He moved to Southold, with his family, when he was fifteen. George worked for North Fork... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Following brother’s tragic death, Laurel man wants us to confront the heroin epidemicPaul Maffetone’s mission emerged from a burning need to share his pain. At fir
Following brother’s tragic death, Laurel man wants us to confront the heroin epidemic
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 10 days ago
Paul Maffetone’s mission emerged from a burning need to share his pain. At first, he launched a Facebook group, hoping others would join the dialogue about heroin. When it came to substance abuse, particularly the opioid epidemic that has swept... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Peter A. Cooper of Southold died peacefully at his Paradise Point Road home Jan. 18, 2016. He
Peter A. Cooper
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 10 days ago
of Southold died peacefully at his Paradise Point Road home Jan. 18, 2016. He was 84. He was born July 5, 1931, in White Plains, N.Y., to Madeline (House) and Walter A. Cooper and graduated from Scarsdale High School in 1949, Cornell... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Sports Desk: Shedding tears for a coach who had many friendsI’m really not good at goodbyes, but I’ll try my best. The first time I saw Ph
Sports Desk: Shedding tears for a coach who had many friends
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 10 days ago
I’m really not good at goodbyes, but I’ll try my best. The first time I saw Phil Reed — I don’t know how many years ago — he was a face in the background, a big, tough-looking football coach, one of several assistant coaches for the Bishop... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Washington federal offices to be closed TuesdayNEW YORK (AP) — The latest on recovery efforts following the blizzard that slam
Washington federal offices to be closed Tuesday
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 19 days ago
NEW YORK (AP) — The latest on recovery efforts following the blizzard that slammed a large swath of the United States (all times local): 10:45 p.m. Federal offices in the Washington area will stay closed another day as the capital recovers from a... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Many public school students get 2nd snow dayNEW YORK (AP) — The latest on recovery efforts following the blizzard that slam
Many public school students get 2nd snow day
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 19 days ago
NEW YORK (AP) — The latest on recovery efforts following the blizzard that slammed a large swath of the United States (all times local): 6:45 p.m. Students in Philadelphia, Baltimore and the District of Columbia will get a second consecutive snow... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
Washington federal offices to be closed TuesdayNEW YORK (AP) — The latest on recovery efforts following the blizzard that slam
Washington federal offices to be closed Tuesday
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 19 days ago
NEW YORK (AP) — The latest on recovery efforts following the blizzard that slammed a large swath of the United States (all times local): 10:45 p.m. Federal offices in the Washington area will stay closed another day as the capital recovers from a... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
The Latest: Washington federal offices to be closed TuesdayNEW YORK (AP) — The latest on recovery efforts following the blizzard that slam
The Latest: Washington federal offices to be closed Tuesday
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 19 days ago
NEW YORK (AP) — The latest on recovery efforts following the blizzard that slammed a large swath of the United States (all times local): 10:45 p.m. Federal offices in the Washington area will stay closed another day as the capital recovers from a... Read more
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