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The Shelter Island Reporter
Lisa Richland, a life's path lined with bookslived in Dering Harbor. “It felt very comfortable,” she said about the decisio
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 4 hours ago
lived in Dering Harbor. “It felt very comfortable,” she said about the decision to live on the Island and commute to the North Fork. Mr. Saul, a therapist with offices on Shelter Island and the North Fork, is also a frequent ferry patron. Ms.... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
18 Bay chefs get a love letter from James Beardof New York City is exceedingly rare. A search of past nominees turned up only
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted yesterday
of New York City is exceedingly rare. A search of past nominees turned up only one, Gerry Hayden, the late, revered chef at North Fork Table and Inn in Southold who was both a nominee and semifinalist. Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl, a successful food... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
North Fork History Project: So, who was really here first?offer a bit more? It’s important to me. My family line here goes back to the 16
The Suffolk Times / Posted yesterday
offer a bit more? It’s important to me. My family line here goes back to the 1600s. A: There are clues as to whether the North Fork or South Fork was settled first by white people. An educated guess based on available clues can be arrived at. But... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
North Fork officials looking carefully at school safety after Florida shootingschool and town officials double-down on school security and training to prepar
The Suffolk Times / Posted yesterday
school and town officials double-down on school security and training to prepare for a school safety event here on the North Fork. Town Supervisor Scott Russell has called for a meeting with school administrators to ensure the most effective... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
North Fork History Project: So, who was really here first?offer a bit more? It’s important to me. My family line here goes back to the 16
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted yesterday
offer a bit more? It’s important to me. My family line here goes back to the 1600s. A: There are clues as to whether the North Fork or South Fork was settled first by white people. An educated guess based on available clues can be arrived at. But... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Area flooding: Woman rescued from top of car in Vermilion Countyfirefighters reach homes in the Morin addition to evacuate residents in the are
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted yesterday
firefighters reach homes in the Morin addition to evacuate residents in the area that includes about a dozen homes in the North Fork River’s flood plain. Thomason said the river levels in the area, just west of Danville, rose Tuesday night,... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Vermilion County: Woman rescued from top of carThe North Fork branch of the Vermilion River flows well above its banks Wednesd
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
The North Fork branch of the Vermilion River flows well above its banks Wednesday morning in Ellsworth Park below the U.S. Route 150 bridge in Danville. The Vermilion River and its branches — the Middle Fork and North Fork — are all flowing ing out... Read more
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The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
Shinnecock Tribal Members Upset Over High-Speed Chase In December Involving Unmarked Police CarDetective Sergeant Herman Lamison of the Southampton Village Police Detective D
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press / Posted 2 days ago
Detective Sergeant Herman Lamison of the Southampton Village Police Detective Division, he was located and arrested on the North Fork on February 14. He was charged with third-degree unlawfully fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle, a Class A... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Drugs may be added to Suffolk County social host lawits penalty category from a violation to a misdemeanor. Last spring, there wer
The Suffolk Times / Posted 2 days ago
its penalty category from a violation to a misdemeanor. Last spring, there were several social host law arrests on the North Fork after separate large house parties. Southold Town Police Chief Martin Flatley said in an email Monday that,... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Kenny Burns, Cutchogue Fire Departmentthanks you, writes you a letter, it makes it all worth it. “The Work We Do” is
The Suffolk Times / Posted 4 days ago
thanks you, writes you a letter, it makes it all worth it. “The Work We Do” is a Suffolk Times multimedia project profiling workers on the North Fork. It is made possible by Peconic Landing. See more photos on Instagram @thesuffolktimes. co... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Work We Do: Vicki Berger, Suffolk County Historical Societylife. I really enjoy every aspect of this job. “The Work We Do” is a Riverhead
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 4 days ago
life. I really enjoy every aspect of this job. “The Work We Do” is a Riverhead News-Review multimedia project profiling workers on the North Fork. It is made possible by Peconic Landing. See more photos on Instagram @riverheadnewsreview. co... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Teens will begin serving on Youth Court for real casesis a member. Initiated in November, the Youth Court involves students in grade
The Suffolk Times / Posted 4 days ago
is a member. Initiated in November, the Youth Court involves students in grades 9 through 12 from schools across the North Fork, who try hypothetical cases, like that of Ms. Harris, to learn the ins and outs of court proceedings. But come... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Winter storm warning in effect for the North ForkLong Island is under a winter storm watch with lower snow accumulations expecte
The Suffolk Times / Posted 6 days ago
Long Island is under a winter storm watch with lower snow accumulations expected along the coast. Sunday’s forecast on the North Fork calls for sunny conditions and temperatures in the 40s. Photo caption: Northern Long Island is under a winter... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Winter storm warning in effect for the North Fork for SaturdayLong Island is under a winter storm watch with lower snow accumulations expecte
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 6 days ago
Long Island is under a winter storm watch with lower snow accumulations expected along the coast. Sunday’s forecast on the North Fork calls for sunny conditions and temperatures in the 40s. Photo caption: Northern Long Island is under a winter... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
NWS: 4-6 inches of snow expected starting Saturday nightSunday morning, according to the National Weather Service. An estimated 4-6 in
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 7 days ago
Sunday morning, according to the National Weather Service. An estimated 4-6 inches of snow is expected to fall across the North Fork, slightly less than the estimate of 4-7 inches listed in the winter storm warning, which includes all of Long... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
NWS: 4-6 inches of snow expected starting Saturday nightSunday morning, according to the National Weather Service. An estimated 4-6 in
The Suffolk Times / Posted 7 days ago
Sunday morning, according to the National Weather Service. An estimated 4-6 inches of snow is expected to fall across the North Fork, slightly less than the estimate of 4-7 inches listed in the winter storm warning, which includes all of Long... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Can Thiele's proposal provide first-time homebuyers leg-up?Alana Schwab and her boyfriend Nathaniel Golz want to make a home together on t
The Suffolk Times / Posted 7 days ago
Alana Schwab and her boyfriend Nathaniel Golz want to make a home together on the North Fork, where Mr. Golz was born and raised. They’re both in their early thirties and employed full-time — she’s an office manager for a financial investment firm... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
What's Happening: February 15, 2018where birds are. On Saturday, February 17 from noon to 3 p.m. at the Red House
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 8 days ago
where birds are. On Saturday, February 17 from noon to 3 p.m. at the Red House at Inlet Pond County Park in Greenport, the North Fork Audubon Society will offer a program for potential back yard bird counters. For more information call (516)... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
On Ash Wednesday, North Fork Episcopal Ministries offers "Ashes to Go"Even the most devote Christians lead busy lives. The Rev. Roger Joslin and the
The Suffolk Times / Posted 9 days ago
Even the most devote Christians lead busy lives. The Rev. Roger Joslin and the Rev. Gerardo Romo, of North Fork Episcopal Ministries, understand. They brought the service to the people on Love Lane this Ash Wednesday morning. “It’s better to bring... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Bernard Joseph GormanWater Quality and Conservation. He also enjoyed membership in the Alumni of th
The Suffolk Times / Posted 10 days ago
Water Quality and Conservation. He also enjoyed membership in the Alumni of the Manhattan College of Engineering, the North Fork Country Club and had been a coach and organizer of the Catholic Youth Organization. During World War II, he was... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Bernard Joseph GormanWater Quality and Conservation. He also enjoyed membership in the Alumni of th
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 10 days ago
Water Quality and Conservation. He also enjoyed membership in the Alumni of the Manhattan College of Engineering, the North Fork Country Club and had been a coach and organizer of the Catholic Youth Organization. During World War II, he was... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Beryl DankSaturday, Feb. 17, at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Greenport, officiated by
The Suffolk Times / Posted 10 days ago
Saturday, Feb. 17, at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Greenport, officiated by the Rev. Roger Joslin. Cremation will be private. Memorial donations may be made to the North Fork Therapeutic Riding Program, P.O. Box 625, Cutchogue NY 11935. comme... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Democratic Congressional hopefuls attend North Fork forumResidents across the North Fork got their first introduction last weekend to se
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 10 days ago
Residents across the North Fork got their first introduction last weekend to seven individuals who will vie for the Democratic nomination to challenge Republican Congressman Lee Zeldin in November. While the Democratic primary is still seven months... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Democratic Congressional hopefuls attend North Fork forumResidents across the North Fork got their first introduction last weekend to se
The Suffolk Times / Posted 10 days ago
Residents across the North Fork got their first introduction last weekend to seven individuals who will vie for the Democratic nomination to challenge Republican Congressman Lee Zeldin in November. While the Democratic primary is still seven months... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Work We Do: Claire Copersino, North Fork Yoga ShalaMy name is Claire Copersino. I founded the North Fork Yoga Shala, which I run,
The Suffolk Times / Posted 11 days ago
My name is Claire Copersino. I founded the North Fork Yoga Shala, which I run, and as part of that I teach yoga publicly and privately. I run international retreats and I’m also a health coach. So people usually start arriving around 8:15 for an... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Work We Do: Dennis Cavanagh, Riverhead highway patrol officerthe town for letting me do that for that long. “The Work We Do” is a Riverhead
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 11 days ago
the town for letting me do that for that long. “The Work We Do” is a Riverhead News-Review multimedia project profiling workers on the North Fork. It is made possible by Peconic Landing. See more photos on Instagram @riverheadnewsreview. co... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Free Suffolk County flu shot clinic in Riverhead Tuesdayand healthcare providers’ offices. To find out where you can get a flu vaccine
The Suffolk Times / Posted 11 days ago
and healthcare providers’ offices. To find out where you can get a flu vaccine visit: Flu Vaccine Finder. On the North Fork, locations include CVS and Rite Aid in Mattituck and the pharmacy at King Kullen in Cutchogue. “The health and... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Heavy rains cause severe flooding in southwest Virginia countiesfrom a mudslide. Lee County Sheriff Gary Parsons told WYCB there is no way to
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 12 days ago
from a mudslide. Lee County Sheriff Gary Parsons told WYCB there is no way to get around the damage, which is near the north fork of the Powell River. Virginia State Police urged drivers to watch out for flooded highways and debris. "The... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
How much screen time is too much for kids?interacting with technology, especially in a world where it is ever-present and
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 12 days ago
interacting with technology, especially in a world where it is ever-present and constantly growing. Students at all North Fork schools have recently had the option of taking a coding class. Additionally, many students in each district have... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
How much screen time is too much for kids?interacting with technology, especially in a world where it is ever-present and
The Suffolk Times / Posted 12 days ago
interacting with technology, especially in a world where it is ever-present and constantly growing. Students at all North Fork schools have recently had the option of taking a coding class. Additionally, many students in each district have... Read more
2 related articles
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The Riverhead News-Review
Finding inspiration in the 'The Work We Do'to create a place in the newspapers to highlight people going about their work
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 13 days ago
to create a place in the newspapers to highlight people going about their work and talking about what they do here on the North Fork. Since then we have showcased people in a wide range of jobs who joyfully tell us their work stories. There is... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
A 300-foot-thick wall of ice formed the land we now live onan extent that it ground up entire boulders and reduced them to sand. This woul
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 14 days ago
an extent that it ground up entire boulders and reduced them to sand. This would become the topsoil that today makes the North Fork and Shelter Island the remarkable farmland that it is. Then, perhaps around 11,000 years ago, as the earth began... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
North Fork History Project: When English arrive, Indians dispersedescribes Sarah as an “Indian girle.” The sale of this child came 49 years aft
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 14 days ago
describes Sarah as an “Indian girle.” The sale of this child came 49 years after English settlers arrived to colonize the North Fork and eastern Long Island. By then, slavery was a well-established institution. There are few records of Indian... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Democratic congressional hopefuls coming to the North Forkwhere it will be streamed live on the committee’s Facebook page. This is one o
The Suffolk Times / Posted 14 days ago
where it will be streamed live on the committee’s Facebook page. This is one of three candidates’ forums planned on the North Fork this month alone. Others have and will be held elsewhere in the county. “They’re on a circuit for sure,” said... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Democratic congressional hopefuls coming to the North Forkwhere it will be streamed live on the committee’s Facebook page. This is one o
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 14 days ago
where it will be streamed live on the committee’s Facebook page. This is one of three candidates’ forums planned on the North Fork this month alone. Others have and will be held elsewhere in the county. “They’re on a circuit for sure,” said... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Goldberg’s Famous Bagels expands into JamesportGoldberg’s Famous Bagels has opened its fourth North Fork location in Jamesport
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 14 days ago
Goldberg’s Famous Bagels has opened its fourth North Fork location in Jamesport. (Credit: Krysten Massa) If you’re a fan of Goldberg’s Famous Bagels living in the eastern portion of Riverhead Town, your morning breakfast run just got a bit more... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
War Stories: The Telling Project gives veterans a stageas a winemaker at Lenz Vineyards. His girlfriend Amira Lisle who he says he “im
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 15 days ago
as a winemaker at Lenz Vineyards. His girlfriend Amira Lisle who he says he “imported from Washington,” works for another North Fork winery. “She was my chemistry tutor,” Mr. Spotteck admitted. When asked if his time in Afghanistan is something... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
What's Happening: February 8, 2018what could be regarded as the crow’s most striking characteristic — its intelli
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 15 days ago
what could be regarded as the crow’s most striking characteristic — its intelligence. On Sunday, February 11 at 2:30 p.m., North Fork Audubon Society presents “A Murder of Crows” at Floyd Memorial Library in Greenport. The presentation will feature... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
North Fork History Project: When English arrive, Indians dispersedescribes Sarah as an “Indian girle.” The sale of this child came 49 years aft
The Suffolk Times / Posted 15 days ago
describes Sarah as an “Indian girle.” The sale of this child came 49 years after English settlers arrived to colonize the North Fork and eastern Long Island. By then, slavery was a well-established institution. There are few records of Indian... Read more
2 related articles
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The Riverhead News-Review
North Fork History Project: When English arrive, Indians dispersedescribes Sarah as an “Indian girle.” The sale of this child came 49 years aft
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 15 days ago
describes Sarah as an “Indian girle.” The sale of this child came 49 years after English settlers arrived to colonize the North Fork and eastern Long Island. By then, slavery was a well-established institution. There are few records of Indian... Read more
2 related articles
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The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
Organization Halts East Hampton Outreach Effort For The HomelessDirector Maryann Gensler said, though anyone from East Hampton who wished to us
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press / Posted 16 days ago
Director Maryann Gensler said, though anyone from East Hampton who wished to use the group's shelters in Riverhead and the North Fork was still welcome to do so and would be given bus tickets by the group, as has been its practice. The group does... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Proposal to help first-time home buyers on the East Endwould exempt real estate transactions of $1 million or less on Shelter Island a
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 16 days ago
would exempt real estate transactions of $1 million or less on Shelter Island and the South Fork from the tax. On the North Fork, sales of $750,000 or less would be exempt. On Tuesday, State Assemblyman Anthony Palumbo, who represents the... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Proposal to create fund to help first-time homebuyers on the East Endwould exempt real estate transactions of $1 million or less on Shelter Island a
The Suffolk Times / Posted 16 days ago
would exempt real estate transactions of $1 million or less on Shelter Island and the South Fork from the tax. On the North Fork, sales of $750,000 or less would be exempt. On Tuesday, State Assemblyman Anthony Palumbo, who represents the... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Proposal would create fund to help first-time homebuyers on the East Endwould exempt real estate transactions of $1 million or less on Shelter Island a
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 16 days ago
would exempt real estate transactions of $1 million or less on Shelter Island and the South Fork from the tax. On the North Fork, sales of $750,000 or less would be exempt. On Tuesday, State Assemblyman Anthony Palumbo, who represents the... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Work We Do: Beth Ficner, Cutchogue East Elementary Schoolwith kids, so being in the school setting is perfect for me. “The Work We Do”
The Suffolk Times / Posted 18 days ago
with kids, so being in the school setting is perfect for me. “The Work We Do” is a Suffolk Times multimedia project profiling workers on the North Fork. It is made possible by Peconic Landing. See more photos on Instagram @thesuffolktimes. comm... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Work We Do: Carolyn Keller, Cliff's Elbow Room in Jamesportfor my son, so this is like a family to me. “The Work We Do” is a Riverhead Ne
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 18 days ago
for my son, so this is like a family to me. “The Work We Do” is a Riverhead News-Review multimedia project profiling workers on the North Fork. It is made possible by Peconic Landing. See more photos on Instagram @riverheadnewsreview. ... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Edward Alaiaof Bay Shore, Mr. Alaia had been a mover with Trans Country Van Lines in Bohemi
The Suffolk Times / Posted 18 days ago
of Bay Shore, Mr. Alaia had been a mover with Trans Country Van Lines in Bohemia. He became a resident of the North Fork 25 years ago. He is survived by eight children: Deborah, Laura Flythe, , Desiree Alaia, Daniel Alaia,... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Edward Alaiaof Bay Shore, Mr. Alaia had been a mover with Trans Country Van Lines in Bohemi
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 18 days ago
of Bay Shore, Mr. Alaia had been a mover with Trans Country Van Lines in Bohemia. He became a resident of the North Fork 25 years ago. He is survived by eight children: Deborah, Laura Flythe, , Desiree Alaia, Daniel Alaia,... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
California’s great Sierra forests are dying. We all have a stake in saving themAnother notion is to create power plants that would turn forest waste into elec
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 18 days ago
Another notion is to create power plants that would turn forest waste into electricity. The report cited the town of North Fork, where a former sawmill was put back into use with funding by the California Energy Commission. The result... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Man arrested after crashing vehicle discovered to be stolenscene of a crash on Jan. 19. Troopers initially investigated a report of a vehi
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 18 days ago
scene of a crash on Jan. 19. Troopers initially investigated a report of a vehicle that had been crashed near mile 13 of North Fork Road outside Anchor Point, but were unable to find a driver at the time, according to an online dispatch.... Read more
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