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The Suffolk Times
Stop already with this museum rent nonsenseOf all the tit-for-tat debates the Greenport Village Board has been pulled into
Stop already with this museum rent nonsense
The Suffolk Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Of all the tit-for-tat debates the Greenport Village Board has been pulled into in recent years, this latest nonsensical brouhaha over the East End Seaport Museum not paying rent definitely takes the cake. The fact that hardworking volunteers are... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Greenport News: Another round of happy birthdayson a set of stemless wineglasses. No experience is necessary. Where is all this
Greenport News: Another round of happy birthdays
The Suffolk Times / Posted 3 hours ago
on a set of stemless wineglasses. No experience is necessary. Where is all this happening? At San Simeon by the Sound in Greenport on Friday, May 6, from 7 to -9:30 p.m. There will also be a 50/50 raffle and chinese auction. The cost is $40 per... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Softball: Esposito clears fence; Clippers avoid mercy ruleToni Esposito just might want to thank her Southold/Greenport teammates for avo
Softball: Esposito clears fence; Clippers avoid mercy rule
The Suffolk Times / Posted 11 hours ago
Toni Esposito just might want to thank her Southold/Greenport teammates for avoiding the mercy rule being invoked and extending their high school softball game to seven innings on Thursday. If the Clippers hadn’t, the junior center fielder would not... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
DWI arrest after vehicle knocks down power linesServices (EMS), and PSEG also responded to the accident. Ms. Sanford was transp
DWI arrest after vehicle knocks down power lines
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 16 hours ago
Services (EMS), and PSEG also responded to the accident. Ms. Sanford was transported to Eastern Long Island Hospital in Greenport where she was treated for non-life threatening injuries and arrested. She spent the night in the Island jail and... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
After 12 years, Riverhead NJROTC leader is stepping downtime, that balance manifested itself in various forms. In concert with Maj. Bil
After 12 years, Riverhead NJROTC leader is stepping down
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 17 hours ago
time, that balance manifested itself in various forms. In concert with Maj. Bill Grigonis of the Southold-Mattituck-Greenport NJROTC, Lt. Col. McCarthy organized the NJROTC’s Basic Leadership Training Camp, which gives new cadets the... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
What's Happening on Shelter Island May 5, 2016a drug that reverses the effects of a heroin or opioid overdose. On Friday, May
What's Happening on Shelter Island May 5, 2016
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 18 hours ago
a drug that reverses the effects of a heroin or opioid overdose. On Friday, May 13 at 5:30 p.m., Floyd Memorial Library in Greenport will offer a presentation on Narcan by Michael’s HOPE (Heroin & Opiate Prevention Education). The session will... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Two women with suspended licenses charged with DWIpolice arrested a Southold woman on similar charges. Jeannine Feller, 49, was
Two women with suspended licenses charged with DWI
The Suffolk Times / Posted yesterday
police arrested a Southold woman on similar charges. Jeannine Feller, 49, was observed traveling westbound on Route 48 in Greenport at 9:34 a.m. Saturday when police said she failed to stay in the lane. Ms. Feller had a suspended driver’s license... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Southold News: Rotary clubs honor NJROTCto use to enrich curriculum in Southold schools. The drawing takes place June 1
Southold News: Rotary clubs honor NJROTC
The Suffolk Times / Posted yesterday
to use to enrich curriculum in Southold schools. The drawing takes place June 10. The Rotary Clubs of Southold and Greenport recently honored the Southold-Mattituck-Greenport Navy Junior Reserves Officer Training Corps Unit and Major Bill... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
2016 Teeny Awards announced, three Island thespians honoredat Pierson Supporting Female in a Play: Bridgett Comiskey in the role of Will
2016 Teeny Awards announced, three Island thespians honored
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted yesterday
at Pierson Supporting Female in a Play: Bridgett Comiskey in the role of Will Hayes in “Shakespeare in Hollywood” at Greenport/Southold Anna Cornell in the role of Leyna in “Fools” at Longwood Olivia Geppel in the role of Tilly in “The... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
14th annual Teeny Award nominees announcedat PiersonPLAYSupporting Female in a Play • Bridgett Comiskey in the role of W
14th annual Teeny Award nominees announced
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted yesterday
at PiersonPLAYSupporting Female in a Play • Bridgett Comiskey in the role of Will Hayes in “Shakespeare in Hollywood” at Greenport/Southold • Anna Cornell in the role of Leyna in “Fools” at Longwood • Olivia Geppel in the role of Tilly in “The... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
14th annual Teeny Award nominees announcedat PiersonPLAY Supporting Female in a Play Bridgett Comiskey in the role of W
14th annual Teeny Award nominees announced
The Suffolk Times / Posted yesterday
at PiersonPLAY Supporting Female in a Play Bridgett Comiskey in the role of Will Hayes in “Shakespeare in Hollywood” at Greenport/Southold Anna Cornell in the role of Leyna in “Fools” at Longwood Olivia Geppel in the role of Tilly in “The... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Greenport wins $10,000 school garden grantGreenport School District’s garden will soon be growing thanks to a $10,000 gra
Greenport wins $10,000 school garden grant
The Suffolk Times / Posted 2 days ago
Greenport School District’s garden will soon be growing thanks to a $10,000 grant from Seeds of Change. “Winning this grant will go a long way towards providing fresh, healthy produce for our students and community,” Superintendent David Gamberg... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Baseball: Southold, Suffolk's last unbeaten team, loves life at 15-0love to be 20 and 0 next week,” he said. “If we stay undefeated, great; if not,
Baseball: Southold, Suffolk's last unbeaten team, loves life at 15-0
The Suffolk Times / Posted 2 days ago
love to be 20 and 0 next week,” he said. “If we stay undefeated, great; if not, we’re in great shape.” Photo caption: Southold second baseman Joe Hayes collecting a ground ball in a game against Greenport. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk, file) c... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Greenport residents mixed over two-way change for Wiggins StreetFerry traffic has been a nagging issue for some Greenport Village residents ove
Greenport residents mixed over two-way change for Wiggins Street
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 2 days ago
Ferry traffic has been a nagging issue for some Greenport Village residents over the last few years. But after a public hearing Thursday about whether to make Wiggins Street a two-way street again drew mixed reactions from residents, Greenport Mayor... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Where are they now? Theresa Power, Shelter Island High School class of 2005added Ms. Power. “We come up with theme nights, guys night out, school fundrais
Where are they now? Theresa Power, Shelter Island High School class of 2005
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 3 days ago
added Ms. Power. “We come up with theme nights, guys night out, school fundraisers. We had the Shelter Island School and Greenport School sports marketing day at the end of March.” In February 2015, Ms. Power helped create “Hockey & Heels,” a... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Boys Tennis: Clippers clinch first league title in 16 yearscorner at the end hang two league championship plaques for boys tennis in 1993
Boys Tennis: Clippers clinch first league title in 16 years
The Suffolk Times / Posted 3 days ago
corner at the end hang two league championship plaques for boys tennis in 1993 and 2000. A third one is coming. Southold/Greenport earned its first league title in 16 years Monday with its 5-2 defeat of Center Moriches at Southold High School.... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Mary Louise Smith LawsonFormer Greenport and Orient resident died April 28 at her home in Deerfield Be
Mary Louise Smith Lawson
The Suffolk Times / Posted 3 days ago
Former Greenport and Orient resident died April 28 at her home in Deerfield Beach, Fla. She was 92. A funeral Mass will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 7, at St. Agnes R.C. Church in Greenport. Burial will follow at the... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Number please … Shelter Island’s evolving phone systemcompany’s Grand Avenue building, were the last in New York state to provide suc
Number please … Shelter Island’s evolving phone system
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 3 days ago
company’s Grand Avenue building, were the last in New York state to provide such service, along with their counterparts in Greenport and Orient. The changeover to “automated dialing” here was the company’s final phaseout of manual switchboards. It... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Letter to the Editor: Why I volunteerhow best to accomplish that educational mission. Taking potshots at dedicated v
Letter to the Editor: Why I volunteer
The Suffolk Times / Posted 4 days ago
how best to accomplish that educational mission. Taking potshots at dedicated volunteers is not in the best interests of Greenport or Southold Town. Perhaps the fact that my dad, grandfather and great-grandfather were born, raised and educated... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Village seeks ferry traffic solutions; two-way Wiggins St. gets mixed reactionFerry traffic has been a nagging issue for some Greenport Village residents ove
Village seeks ferry traffic solutions; two-way Wiggins St. gets mixed reaction
The Suffolk Times / Posted 5 days ago
Ferry traffic has been a nagging issue for some Greenport Village residents over the last few years. But after a public hearing Thursday about whether to make Wiggins Street a two-way street again drew mixed reactions from residents, Greenport Mayor... Read more
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Op-Ed News
The School Spending Debate: What Difference Does A Dollar Make? : NPR EdDavid Gamberg is the superintendent of two small adjoining school districts on
The School Spending Debate: What Difference Does A Dollar Make? : NPR Ed
Op-Ed News / Posted 5 days ago
David Gamberg is the superintendent of two small adjoining school districts on the North Fork of Long Island: Southold and Greenport. The citizens of these communities love their schools and support them. Gamberg is a thoughtful and reflective... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
Local road race calendarcall (845) 481-3043 or email to R2H@Troop0008.org. Olana Star Loop 10k, May 18
Local road race calendar
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 5 days ago
call (845) 481-3043 or email to R2H@Troop0008.org. Olana Star Loop 10k, May 18, 6:30 p.m., Olana Historic Site, Greenport. Second race in the Catskill Mountain Spring Series, a 10k run on the carriage roads and trails at Olana. Entry fee... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Betty Murphyan engaged member of the community. She volunteered at the Dominican Sisters, t
Betty Murphy
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 6 days ago
an engaged member of the community. She volunteered at the Dominican Sisters, the Southold Town Anti-Bias Task Force, Greenport Hospital, Community Action Southold Town and Maureen’s Haven. With her husband Frank she was a generous supporter... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Seaport Museum: We're doing our fair shareShould Greenport Village charge the East End Seaport Museum rent for a location
Seaport Museum: We're doing our fair share
The Suffolk Times / Posted 6 days ago
Should Greenport Village charge the East End Seaport Museum rent for a location it gets for free? That question, raised by two speakers at a recent Greenport Village budget hearing, was at the crux of a presentation Seaport Museum and Marine... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Girls Lacrosse: Tuckers fight back from early hole to beat WesthamptonIt was difficult to ascertain what was more impressive in Mattituck/Greenport/S
Girls Lacrosse: Tuckers fight back from early hole to beat Westhampton
The Suffolk Times / Posted 7 days ago
It was difficult to ascertain what was more impressive in Mattituck/Greenport/Southold’s 9-7 girls lacrosse victory over Westhampton Beach on Thursday morning. The Tuckers overcame a three-goal first-half deficit before staging a memorable comeback... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Critics lining up to oppose EPA's Long Island Sound dumping planon this ad nauseum,” she said. “Dumping in Long Island Sound is archaic and the
Critics lining up to oppose EPA's Long Island Sound dumping plan
The Suffolk Times / Posted 7 days ago
on this ad nauseum,” she said. “Dumping in Long Island Sound is archaic and the damaging practice should be stopped. The EPA should know better.” Photo Caption: A view of Long Island Sound from Greenport. (Credit: Grant Parpan, file)... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Critics lining up to oppose EPA's Long Island Sound dumping planon this ad nauseum,” she said. “Dumping in Long Island Sound is archaic and the
Critics lining up to oppose EPA's Long Island Sound dumping plan
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 7 days ago
on this ad nauseum,” she said. “Dumping in Long Island Sound is archaic and the damaging practice should be stopped. The EPA should know better.” Photo Caption: A view of Long Island Sound from Greenport. (Credit: Grant Parpan, file)... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Oysterponds News: Free tick kits at the elementary schoolthe farm with Henry. Denise and Dean Karavas welcomed baby Ava March 22. Her g
Oysterponds News: Free tick kits at the elementary school
The Suffolk Times / Posted 8 days ago
the farm with Henry. Denise and Dean Karavas welcomed baby Ava March 22. Her grandparents are Donna and Dave Angevine of Greenport and former Greenport residents Gloria and Thomas Karavas. Everyone is very excited about her arrival! Another... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Thursday's Greenport Village meeting to be streamed liveLights! Camera! Greenport! …oh, and computer. Thursday night’s Greenport Vill
Thursday's Greenport Village meeting to be streamed live
The Suffolk Times / Posted 8 days ago
Lights! Camera! Greenport! …oh, and computer. Thursday night’s Greenport Village Board of Trustees meeting will be the first Greenport Trustee meeting to be streamed live over the internet on the village’s web site, according to Village Clerk... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Village: Substation tripped offline causing brief outageGreenport Village’s power went down for about 15 minutes at around 11 a.m. Wedn
Village: Substation tripped offline causing brief outage
The Suffolk Times / Posted 8 days ago
Greenport Village’s power went down for about 15 minutes at around 11 a.m. Wednesday morning after the plant’s substation tripped offline, village administrator Paul Pallas said. Mr. Pallas said he’s currently investigating the incident. “From my... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Blotter: Greenport man charged with DWI after crashing carAn alleged drunk driver crashed into a parked vehicle on First Street in Greenp
Blotter: Greenport man charged with DWI after crashing car
The Suffolk Times / Posted 8 days ago
An alleged drunk driver crashed into a parked vehicle on First Street in Greenport last Thursday, slamming the car into a utility pole and a tree, according to a Southold Town police report. Police said Ervin Ardon, 26, of Greenport was driving... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Robert MausApril 29, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment will take place
Robert Maus
The Suffolk Times / Posted 9 days ago
April 29, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment will take place at Calverton National Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to San Simeon by the Sound Adult Day Care Program, 61700 County Road 48, Greenport, NY 11944. c... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Pearl E. HolmesJefferson Aug. 1, 1921, to Arthur and Clara (Mills) Holmes, she had worked as a
Pearl E. Holmes
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 9 days ago
Jefferson Aug. 1, 1921, to Arthur and Clara (Mills) Holmes, she had worked as a dietary aide at San Simeon by the Sound in Greenport. Pearl is survived by her husband Curtis Goodman; children: Ruth Perkins of Newark, N.J., Gladys Briscoe of... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Softball: Pitching key as Tuckers stroll past ClippersThe player who had the greatest impact on the game wasn’t even there. Southold
Softball: Pitching key as Tuckers stroll past Clippers
The Suffolk Times / Posted 9 days ago
The player who had the greatest impact on the game wasn’t even there. Southold/Greenport’s first-string pitcher, Ashley Hilary, was in Europe on a class trip along with a couple of teammates, catcher Rosemary Volinski and backup pitcher Hannah... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Helen M. Smith of Southold died April 21, 2016 at San Simeon by the Sound in Greenport. She w
Helen M. Smith
The Suffolk Times / Posted 9 days ago
of Southold died April 21, 2016 at San Simeon by the Sound in Greenport. She was 88. Born in Greenport, Sept. 2, 1927, to Frank and Eva Bartman Hudson, she attended Greenport High School. After her graduation in 1945, she went to... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Shelter Island softball: The many ways to score runswas a great game to show the growth we have made this season.” The team has th
Shelter Island softball: The many ways to score runs
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 9 days ago
was a great game to show the growth we have made this season.” The team has three home games left in its schedule: May 3 against league-leading Center Moriches, May 10 vs. Greenport/Southold, and the senior game against Babylon on May 12. com... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Dorothy Heller Broach8, 1925. Dorothy was an animal lover who rescued many dogs and cats. She also
Dorothy Heller Broach
The Suffolk Times / Posted 9 days ago
8, 1925. Dorothy was an animal lover who rescued many dogs and cats. She also volunteered at Floyd Memorial Library in Greenport. Predeceased by her husband, Harry, Dorothy is survived by her sons, David and Steven, and her granddaughter,... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Mildred S. Bennett, a resident of Peconic Landing in Greenport, died April 22 in her home at the
Mildred S. Bennett
The Suffolk Times / Posted 9 days ago
, a resident of Peconic Landing in Greenport, died April 22 in her home at the age of 103. Mrs. Bennett, who had lived In Rockville Centre, for over 60 years, had a summer home on Shelter Island and moved from there to Nassau Point.... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Jean P. EdlerJohn will be held on their 67th wedding anniversary at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 4,
Jean P. Edler
The Suffolk Times / Posted 9 days ago
John will be held on their 67th wedding anniversary at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 4, 2016, at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Greenport. A reception will follow in the church’s parish house. All are welcome. The family requests donations checks... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Letter: A history lesson for transient renterswithout taxation.” Southold Town needs a registration policy. It is good to “l
Letter: A history lesson for transient renters
The Suffolk Times / Posted 12 days ago
without taxation.” Southold Town needs a registration policy. It is good to “look before you leap” and I would advocate “learn before you speak.” – Cutchogue Image: Greenport vacation homes advertised earlier this year on airbnb.com. ... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
Local road race calendarcall (845) 481-3043 or email to R2H@Troop0008.org. Olana Star Loop 10k, May 18
Local road race calendar
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 12 days ago
call (845) 481-3043 or email to R2H@Troop0008.org. Olana Star Loop 10k, May 18, 6:30 p.m., Olana Historic Site, Greenport. Second race in the Catskill Mountain Spring Series, a 10k run on the carriage roads and trails at Olana. Entry fee... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
David Gamberg to extend superintendent contract 3 yearsAfter announcing in November that David Gamberg would continue as the shared su
David Gamberg to extend superintendent contract 3 years
The Suffolk Times / Posted 12 days ago
After announcing in November that David Gamberg would continue as the shared superintendent of both Southold and Greenport school districts after his initial contract ends this June, a three-year contract was approved by the Greenport Board of... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Paul A. BakeLong; his children, Paul, Candace, Thomas and James; his siblings, Ted, Melodie
Paul A. Bake
The Suffolk Times / Posted 13 days ago
Long; his children, Paul, Candace, Thomas and James; his siblings, Ted, Melodie Smith and Bonnie Cozza and three grandchildren. A memorial service will take place Saturday, April 30, at 10 a.m. at Horton-Mathie Funeral Home in Greenport. co... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Blotter: Passerby finds .22 caliber shells near schoolto renovate her home was stolen from her property, officials said. Police are s
Blotter: Passerby finds .22 caliber shells near school
The Suffolk Times / Posted 13 days ago
to renovate her home was stolen from her property, officials said. Police are still investigating the reported theft. • A Greenport Village woman reported April 11 that shrubs from her back porch valued at around $200 were stolen sometime between... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Making every port of callgrasses looked like papyrus reeds. The Lieblein brothers happily reinstated the
Making every port of call
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 13 days ago
grasses looked like papyrus reeds. The Lieblein brothers happily reinstated the original name. Bill graduated from Greenport High School in 1957. A fisherman, scuba diver and skier, in high school he played football for the legendary coach,... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Local superintendents' predictions on the future of state testingand students, as they strive to come up with a better educator evaluation syste
Local superintendents' predictions on the future of state testing
The Suffolk Times / Posted 14 days ago
and students, as they strive to come up with a better educator evaluation system and student assessments.”Southold and Greenport school districts’ Superintendent David Gamberg “My sense is that concerns regarding testing will not diminish. No,... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Even after compromises, opt-out movement gains steam locallystate’s direction in education say the recent changes aren’t enough. They inclu
Even after compromises, opt-out movement gains steam locally
The Suffolk Times / Posted 14 days ago
state’s direction in education say the recent changes aren’t enough. They include David Gamberg, superintendent for both Greenport and Southold school districts, who has been an outspoken critic of Common Core. “My sense is that concerns... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Greenport News: Another round of happy birthdaysIf you’re the parent of a Greenport student, especially at the high school leve
Greenport News: Another round of happy birthdays
The Suffolk Times / Posted 14 days ago
If you’re the parent of a Greenport student, especially at the high school level, I’m forewarning you that early June is going to be a busy time. Mark your calendars now for the following: sports awards, June 1, 6 p.m.; junior-senior high school... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Baseball: Smithtown Christian thumps Porters, 15-3Christian demonstrated why it is a two-time New York State Class D baseball cha
Baseball: Smithtown Christian thumps Porters, 15-3
The Suffolk Times / Posted 14 days ago
Christian demonstrated why it is a two-time New York State Class D baseball champion by recording a 15-3 victory over Greenport in Smithtown on Thursday. Catcher Zach DiBlanda led the Knights (7-4, 7-4) as he was on base all five times,... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Boys Tennis: Clippers may finish in three-way tie for first placeat the top of the Suffolk County League VIII boys tennis standings. Entering T
Boys Tennis: Clippers may finish in three-way tie for first place
The Suffolk Times / Posted 14 days ago
at the top of the Suffolk County League VIII boys tennis standings. Entering Thursday’s matches, Rocky Point, Southold/Greenport and Southampton all had two league losses next to their names. Each of those teams split matches against each other... Read more
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