Greenport

Latest articles

16h
The Suffolk Times
Stanley J. Harris of Greenport died Oct. 15. He was 94. The family will receive visitors Wednes
The Suffolk Times / Posted 16 hours ago
of Greenport died Oct. 15. He was 94. The family will receive visitors Wednesday, Oct. 18, from 5 to 9 p.m. at Horton-Mathie Funeral Home in Greenport, with a chapel service at 7:30 p.m. Cremation will be private. Memorial... Read more
16h
The Suffolk Times
McKinney service setA service and reception for the Rev. Dr. Donald W. McKinney of Greenport will t
The Suffolk Times / Posted 16 hours ago
A service and reception for the Rev. Dr. Donald W. McKinney of Greenport will take place at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, at Jamesport Meeting House. Mr. McKinney, a resident of The Shores at Peconic Landin, died Oct. 1 at the age of 90. c... Read more
17h
The Suffolk Times
Cops arrest homeless man banned from Southold establishmentscriminal charges over the years. In December 2015, he was arrested after steal
The Suffolk Times / Posted 17 hours ago
criminal charges over the years. In December 2015, he was arrested after stealing coins, flashlights and headphones from Greenport Village Hall and charged with felony burglary and misdemeanor criminal possession of stolen property, according to... Read more
19h
The Suffolk Times
Donald L. BrehmLongtime Greenport resident died Sept. 25 at his home. He was 86. The son of
The Suffolk Times / Posted 19 hours ago
Longtime Greenport resident died Sept. 25 at his home. He was 86. The son of Homer and Freda Cox Brehm, he was born Feb. 19, 1931, in Arcanum, Ohio. Mr. Brehm received a bachelor’s degree from Otterbein University in Ohio. He was a... Read more
1d
The Suffolk Times
Football Notebook: Porters have their own Smiley faceteam clown, but make no mistake, when Smiley is on the field, he’s all business
The Suffolk Times / Posted yesterday
team clown, but make no mistake, when Smiley is on the field, he’s all business. If there has been a revelation for the Greenport/Southold/Mattituck high school football team this season, it has been Smiley. The 6-2, 170-pound junior, a... Read more
1d
The Suffolk Times
Peconic Landing screening of 'Gone' is sold outmight have to wait a few more days. Reservations for the free event, scheduled
The Suffolk Times / Posted yesterday
might have to wait a few more days. Reservations for the free event, scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Monday at Peconic Landing in Greenport, are no longer being accepted. “The folks at Peconic Landing informed us the tickets went pretty quickly online so... Read more
3d
The Shelter Island Reporter
Richard's Almanac: What almost happened herecommunity, the ferries added to its charm. I remember seeing an old photograph
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 3 days ago
community, the ferries added to its charm. I remember seeing an old photograph of a coffin on a sled being hauled to Greenport because the bay was frozen (no ferries) and the body had to get to a funeral home. I believe that the picture was... Read more
4d
The Suffolk Times
Amityville is a horror for Porters on Friday the 13thCall it the Amityville horror. It’s Friday the 13th, after all. Amityville arr
The Suffolk Times / Posted 4 days ago
Call it the Amityville horror. It’s Friday the 13th, after all. Amityville arrived at Greenport High School’s Dorrie Jackson Memorial Field with a 1-4 record. But if any high school football team proves that win-loss records can be misleading, it’s... Read more
4d
The Suffolk Times
Carole Lucewas born July 19, 1938, in Havre de Grace, Maryland. Ms. Luce worked in admini
The Suffolk Times / Posted 4 days ago
was born July 19, 1938, in Havre de Grace, Maryland. Ms. Luce worked in administration at Eastern Long Island Hospital in Greenport. Predeceased by her husband, Ebert, she is survived by her sons, Greg, Jeffrey and Daniel and four... Read more
5d
The Suffolk Times
Site plan unveiled for First Universalist Church of Southoldhad site plans drawn up and is ready to move forward with the town Planning Boa
The Suffolk Times / Posted 5 days ago
had site plans drawn up and is ready to move forward with the town Planning Board process. A concert fundraiser held in Greenport Saturday night to support the building effort netted $1,100. After the performances, a conceptual site plan was... Read more
6d
The Shelter Island Reporter
Island-Greenport cable project starting MondayJULIE LANE PHOTO Crews began work Wednesday on an electrical cable from Greenpo
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 6 days ago
JULIE LANE PHOTO Crews began work Wednesday on an electrical cable from Greenport to the Island. Staging in Greenport for the electrical cable project that will serve Shelter Island was expected to get underway Wednesday morning. While on-land... Read more
6d
The Suffolk Times
Widening of Main Street in Greenport gets underwayWork on the widening of Main Street in Greenport Village got underway last week
The Suffolk Times / Posted 6 days ago
Work on the widening of Main Street in Greenport Village got underway last week and is expected to continue for several more weeks, according to village administrator Paul Pallas. “The estimate for Main Street? We’re probably looking at two to three... Read more
7d
The Suffolk Times
Girls Volleyball: First win still eludes Portersclinch a postseason berth. Homeless Mercy moved a step closer to the playoffs
The Suffolk Times / Posted 7 days ago
clinch a postseason berth. Homeless Mercy moved a step closer to the playoffs Tuesday by winning a “home” match, beating Greenport/Southold, 25-15, 25-10, 25-23, for the second time this season at Greenport High School. “The communication was... Read more
7d
The Riverhead News-Review
Girls Volleyball: Mercy is a team without a homeclinch a postseason berth. Homeless Mercy moved a step closer to the playoffs
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 7 days ago
clinch a postseason berth. Homeless Mercy moved a step closer to the playoffs Tuesday by winning a “home” match, beating Greenport/Southold, 25-15, 25-10, 25-23, for the second time this season at Greenport High School. “The communication was... Read more
7d
The Suffolk Times
Van Nostrand service setcelebration of life for longtime Orient resident Mary Elizabeth Van Nostrand wi
The Suffolk Times / Posted 7 days ago
celebration of life for longtime Orient resident Mary Elizabeth Van Nostrand will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 21, at Orient Congregational Church. Ms. Van Nostrand died Sept. 13 at San Simeon by the Sound in Greenport. comm... Read more
7d
The Suffolk Times
Curtis Howard FrancisFrancis of Westbury departed this life on Oct. 2, 2017, at the VA Hospital in N
The Suffolk Times / Posted 7 days ago
Francis of Westbury departed this life on Oct. 2, 2017, at the VA Hospital in Northport. He was 70 years old. Born in Greenport, on April 25, 1947, to Alma and William Francis, he attended school in both Laurel and Mattituck. From 1965 to... Read more
7d
The Riverhead News-Review
Curtis Howard FrancisFrancis of Westbury departed this life on Oct. 2, 2017, at the VA Hospital in N
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 7 days ago
Francis of Westbury departed this life on Oct. 2, 2017, at the VA Hospital in Northport. He was 70 years old. Born in Greenport, on April 25, 1947, to Alma and William Francis, he attended school in both Laurel and Mattituck. From 1965 to... Read more
7d
The Suffolk Times
Audrey Elizabeth Cielatka of Riverhead passed away at her residence Oct. 6 in Riverhead at the age of 83
The Suffolk Times / Posted 7 days ago
of Riverhead passed away at her residence Oct. 6 in Riverhead at the age of 83. She was born in Greenport July 24, 1934, to Edward Guild Dean and Eunice Tyler. Audrey worked for Eastern Long Island Hospital in Greenport... Read more
7d
The Riverhead News-Review
Audrey Elizabeth Cielatka of Riverhead passed away at her residence Oct. 6 in Riverhead at the age of 83
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 7 days ago
of Riverhead passed away at her residence Oct. 6 in Riverhead at the age of 83. She was born in Greenport July 24, 1934, to Edward Guild Dean and Eunice Tyler. Audrey worked for Eastern Long Island Hospital in Greenport... Read more
7d
The Suffolk Times
Robert Wallacedepartment, earning Employee of the Month in May of 2016. Bobby was a fixture
The Suffolk Times / Posted 7 days ago
department, earning Employee of the Month in May of 2016. Bobby was a fixture as a weeknight bartender at Skipper’s in Greenport for over 15 years, where he developed a niche following. In addition he was a devoted communicant and volunteer at... Read more
7d
The Riverhead News-Review
Helen KozakiewiczLifelong Riverhead resident died Oct. 6 at San Simeon by the Sound in Greenpor
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 7 days ago
Lifelong Riverhead resident died Oct. 6 at San Simeon by the Sound in Greenport. She was 94. The daughter of Stanley and Amelia Kozakiewicz, she was born June 24, 1923, in Riverhead and was a farmworker. Family members said she... Read more
7d
The Suffolk Times
Gary J. Herzogfor Hospice Care in Quiogue. He was 65. The son of Albert and Helen (McCaffrey
The Suffolk Times / Posted 7 days ago
for Hospice Care in Quiogue. He was 65. The son of Albert and Helen (McCaffrey) Herzog, he was born Dec. 27, 1951, in Greenport and graduated from Greenport High School in 1970.. He continued his education at Wesley College and Brockport State... Read more
7d
The Riverhead News-Review
Gary J. Herzogfor Hospice Care in Quiogue. He was 65. The son of Albert and Helen (McCaffrey
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 7 days ago
for Hospice Care in Quiogue. He was 65. The son of Albert and Helen (McCaffrey) Herzog, he was born Dec. 27, 1951, in Greenport and graduated from Greenport High School in 1970.. He continued his education at Wesley College and Brockport State... Read more
8d
The Riverhead News-Review
The Work We Do: Tim Gannon, News-Review reporterblotters, [and] a couple of times I filled in on a sports thing. Then a couple
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 8 days ago
blotters, [and] a couple of times I filled in on a sports thing. Then a couple of years ago they also had me doing some Greenport stuff. I write about 8 to 10 stories a week now. In the old days, it was sometimes up around 18. Tim Gannon... Read more
8d
The Shelter Island Reporter
Shelter Island Reporter obituaries: Clark, Larsen, Laspia, Peters, Reevesdied peacefully at home in Rockland, Maine surrounded by her family on Monday,
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 8 days ago
died peacefully at home in Rockland, Maine surrounded by her family on Monday, September 11, 2017. Born June 2, 1937, in Greenport, she was the daughter of Reginald and Una Larson Webb. A graduate of Greenport High School class of 1955, she... Read more
10d
Stamford Advocate
People are ditching the Hamptons for this weekend destination nearby — and fall is the best time to visitescape. If driving isn't for you, the Long Island Railroad makes several stops
Stamford Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
escape. If driving isn't for you, the Long Island Railroad makes several stops across the North Fork, all the way out to Greenport. We've put together a guide for the perfect fall getaway in Long Island's North Fork, including advice on where to... Read more
10d
Connecticut Post
People are ditching the Hamptons for this weekend destination nearby — and fall is the best time to visitescape. If driving isn't for you, the Long Island Railroad makes several stops
Connecticut Post / Posted 10 days ago
escape. If driving isn't for you, the Long Island Railroad makes several stops across the North Fork, all the way out to Greenport. We've put together a guide for the perfect fall getaway in Long Island's North Fork, including advice on where to... Read more
11d
The Suffolk Times
Blotter: Graffiti found at Mattituck Plaza4:50 p.m., a Mattituck man stated there was graffiti in the complex, but did no
The Suffolk Times / Posted 11 days ago
4:50 p.m., a Mattituck man stated there was graffiti in the complex, but did not give specific locations. A report from a Greenport woman, around 6:30 p.m., stated that two young males were making graffiti, and when police arrived they found two... Read more
11d
The Suffolk Times
Could scoot train finally become reality on North Fork?to get grant money to fund two major projects. One is the so-called scoot trai
The Suffolk Times / Posted 11 days ago
to get grant money to fund two major projects. One is the so-called scoot train, which would run between the Riverhead and Greenport train stations while establishing a series of “feeder” bus loops to take riders from the stations to other nearby... Read more
11d
The Riverhead News-Review
Could scoot train finally become reality on North Fork?to get grant money to fund two major projects. One is the so-called scoot trai
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 11 days ago
to get grant money to fund two major projects. One is the so-called scoot train, which would run between the Riverhead and Greenport train stations while establishing a series of “feeder” bus loops to take riders from the stations to other nearby... Read more
12d
The Suffolk Times
Greenport Planning Board requires site plan for Jet Ski tour proposalThe Greenport Village Planning Board on Thursday tabled a discussion on a plan
The Suffolk Times / Posted 12 days ago
The Greenport Village Planning Board on Thursday tabled a discussion on a plan to bring Jet Ski tours in Greenport so that the applicant could submit a site plan application. The applicant, Evan Hoffman of East Hampton, should not have gone to the... Read more
12d
The Suffolk Times
Field Hockey: Porters snap drought with six goalsended, the dam burst and a torrent of goals flooded in. Who would have thought
The Suffolk Times / Posted 12 days ago
ended, the dam burst and a torrent of goals flooded in. Who would have thought? Perhaps not even the players on the Greenport/Southold high school field hockey team themselves could have foreseen the offensive output they registered against... Read more
12d
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
5 Most Remote Beaches In Americaor about a three hour drive from Manhattan via Highway 25, with the closest tra
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted 12 days ago
or about a three hour drive from Manhattan via Highway 25, with the closest train station more than 10 miles away in Greenport. Of course, there are some benefits to visitors who want to make a day of it here, with year round outdoor... Read more
2 related articles
12d
CBS Baltimore
5 Most Remote Beaches In Americaor about a three hour drive from Manhattan via Highway 25, with the closest tra
CBS Baltimore / Posted 12 days ago
or about a three hour drive from Manhattan via Highway 25, with the closest train station more than 10 miles away in Greenport. Of course, there are some benefits to visitors who want to make a day of it here, with year round outdoor... Read more
2 related articles
12d
CBS Denver
5 Most Remote Beaches In Americaor about a three hour drive from Manhattan via Highway 25, with the closest tra
CBS Denver / Posted 12 days ago
or about a three hour drive from Manhattan via Highway 25, with the closest train station more than 10 miles away in Greenport. Of course, there are some benefits to visitors who want to make a day of it here, with year round outdoor... Read more
2 related articles
13d
The Suffolk Times
Leaf blower ban in Greenport Village?A petition signed by more than 100 people is asking Greenport Village to “ban,
The Suffolk Times / Posted 13 days ago
A petition signed by more than 100 people is asking Greenport Village to “ban, restrict or curb” the use of gas-powered leaf blowers within the village boundary. The petition was initiated by village resident Ken Ludacer, who presented it to the... Read more
13d
The Suffolk Times
Herrmann comes through in crunch timefor granted. He did it for at least the third time this season Wednesday, lifti
The Suffolk Times / Posted 13 days ago
for granted. He did it for at least the third time this season Wednesday, lifting Southold to a 2-1 home triumph over Greenport with his tie-breaking goal 2 minutes, 35 seconds from the end of regulation time. “It still feels good,” he said.... Read more
13d
The Shelter Island Reporter
Town Council candidates make their casesof the town’s infrastructure. The candidate concluded by saying, “we all have
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 13 days ago
of the town’s infrastructure. The candidate concluded by saying, “we all have to care about each other.” Born in Greenport Hospital in 1969, Mr. Kaasik said he couldn’t claim to be a Harelegger, but he was brought home five days later. He... Read more
14d
The Suffolk Times
Surveillance footage leads to burglary arrest in GreenportA Greenport man with a history of arrests was charged with felony burglary Tues
The Suffolk Times / Posted 14 days ago
A Greenport man with a history of arrests was charged with felony burglary Tuesday night after Southold Town police identified him on surveillance footage, according to a police press release. Police received a call from a Greenport business owner... Read more
14d
The Suffolk Times
Girls Soccer: Tuckers hold off Settlers in showdownIn the midst of chasing Suffolk County League VII leader Babylon, both the Sout
The Suffolk Times / Posted 14 days ago
In the midst of chasing Suffolk County League VII leader Babylon, both the Southold/Greenport and Mattituck girls soccer teams shared a more immediate concern on Tuesday: each other. This one had a big-game feel all over it. Aside from its... Read more
14d
The Riverhead News-Review
Dennis G. TroxellArmy from 1953 to 1955. He worked as a nurse anesthetist at Peconic Bay Medical
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 14 days ago
Army from 1953 to 1955. He worked as a nurse anesthetist at Peconic Bay Medical Center and Eastern Long Island Hospital in Greenport. Mr. Troxell was a past coach of Pop Warner Football and Riverhead Little League, as well as a leader of Boy Scout... Read more
14d
The Suffolk Times
Dennis G. TroxellArmy from 1953 to 1955. He worked as a nurse anesthetist at Peconic Bay Medical
The Suffolk Times / Posted 14 days ago
Army from 1953 to 1955. He worked as a nurse anesthetist at Peconic Bay Medical Center and Eastern Long Island Hospital in Greenport. Mr. Troxell was a past coach of Pop Warner Football and Riverhead Little League, as well as a leader of Boy Scot... Read more
14d
The Shelter Island Reporter
Green Options Advisory Committee hears solar planAttorney Laury Dowd referenced the PSEG project to provide a new cable running
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 14 days ago
Attorney Laury Dowd referenced the PSEG project to provide a new cable running between Shelter Island Heights and Greenport that would provide reliable service to the Island. Besieging PSEG with threats to set up energy cooperatives... Read more
15d
The Shelter Island Reporter
National Weather Service: Mild and sunny all dayMARTIN BURKE PHOTO First Boat, crossing Greenport Harbor at dawn. Tuesday will
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 15 days ago
MARTIN BURKE PHOTO First Boat, crossing Greenport Harbor at dawn. Tuesday will be a carbon copy of Monday, according to the National Weather Service (NWS), with another beautiful day on tap. It will be sunny all day with a high temperature near 68... Read more
15d
The Suffolk Times
Field Hockey: Porters’ new goalie is learning on jobthis.’ ” The recruiting process started last year during a study hall period.
The Suffolk Times / Posted 15 days ago
this.’ ” The recruiting process started last year during a study hall period. That was when Mazzaferro was approached by Greenport/Southold high school coach Kaitlin Daniels and asked to give the position a try. She was essentially drafted.... Read more
15d
The Suffolk Times
The Work We Do: Victoria Schade, Special Effects Salon and SpaMy name is Victoria Schade. I’m an employee here at Special Effects Salon and S
The Suffolk Times / Posted 15 days ago
My name is Victoria Schade. I’m an employee here at Special Effects Salon and Spa in Greenport Village. I think it’s safe to say I’ve been working here since I was 6 years old. My mom has had this business for over 30 years here in Greenport, which... Read more
15d
The Suffolk Times
Robert J. Wallacewas 65. The family will receive visitors Wednesday, Oct. 4, from 2 to 4 and 7
The Suffolk Times / Posted 15 days ago
was 65. The family will receive visitors Wednesday, Oct. 4, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Horton-Mathie Funeral Home in Greenport, where a fiermatic service will take place at 7:30 p.m. A 10 a.m. funeral Mass will be held Thursday, Oct. 5, at... Read more
15d
The Shelter Island Reporter
This week in Shelter Island history - Shelter Island Reporterthe need to replace cables that failed and one that is aged, are looking forwar
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 15 days ago
the need to replace cables that failed and one that is aged, are looking forward to PSEG lines running from the Heights to Greenport and finally to that Southold substation. An earlier effort broke down in 2013 and the Island has been living on a... Read more
15d
The Suffolk Times
Love Lane railroad crossing to be closed Wednesday for repairsat the crossing and it will be permanently repaved at a later date. The work w
The Suffolk Times / Posted 15 days ago
at the crossing and it will be permanently repaved at a later date. The work will also affect trains between Riverhead and Greenport Wednesday. Customers will board buses for transport between Riverhead, Mattituck, Southold and Greenport in place... Read more
17d
The Suffolk Times
Guest Spot: Sad goodbye to Greenport’s ArcadeWhen I first spent summers on Shelter Island, in the 1970s, a favorite rainy-da
The Suffolk Times / Posted 17 days ago
When I first spent summers on Shelter Island, in the 1970s, a favorite rainy-day excursion was a trip to Greenport to shop at the Arcade. If we needed beach toys, 100 percent cotton socks or sheets for the extra guest, we knew where to go. European... Read more
More

In this news