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The Shelter Island Reporter
What's happening: A round up of upcoming events on the IslandBuy tickets in advance at islandgiftoflife.org. Tickets will also be available
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 8 hours ago
Buy tickets in advance at islandgiftoflife.org. Tickets will also be available at the door. PROHIBITION ERA MUSICAL Shelter Island High School Drama Club members are busy rehearsing “Nice Work If You Can Get It.” Set in the 1920s to the... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Shelter Island Police Department blotteragainst them may be reduced or withdrawn or the defendants may be found not gui
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 10 hours ago
against them may be reduced or withdrawn or the defendants may be found not guilty. SUMMONSES Justo H. Garcia Cerrato of Shelter Island was stopped on New York Avenue on February 14 and ticketed for speeding, 38 miles per hour in a 25-mph... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Shelter Island Calendar749-1180. Art Barnett Poetry Roundtable, Tuesdays, 4 p.m., library. Basketbal
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 12 hours ago
749-1180. Art Barnett Poetry Roundtable, Tuesdays, 4 p.m., library. Basketball, for ages 50+, Sundays noon to 2 p.m., Shelter Island School gym. Free. English as a New Language, Thursdays, 4 p.m., library. For adults. Free. Family story... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
18 Bay chefs get a love letter from James Beardbefore. But Ms. Ronzetti and Mr. Kopels have not been there before, and neither
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 14 hours ago
before. But Ms. Ronzetti and Mr. Kopels have not been there before, and neither has any other chef currently working on Shelter Island. “It is thrilling and stunning to be included on such a prestigious list,” Ms. Ronzetti said. “Really... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
North Fork History Project: So, who was really here first?Riverhead — date back to the town’s founding in 1640. The history reflected in
The Suffolk Times / Posted 15 hours ago
Riverhead — date back to the town’s founding in 1640. The history reflected in the answers comes from Southold and Shelter Island town archives, records and other sources. Q: For generations, Southold and Southampton have been going back... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
North Fork History Project: So, who was really here first?Riverhead — date back to the town’s founding in 1640. The history reflected in
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 16 hours ago
Riverhead — date back to the town’s founding in 1640. The history reflected in the answers comes from Southold and Shelter Island town archives, records and other sources. Q: For generations, Southold and Southampton have been going back... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Shelter Island bridge on National Registerwider water beyond. Unless you live near the bridge or approach the area by bo
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted yesterday
wider water beyond. Unless you live near the bridge or approach the area by boat, you’re probably unfamiliar with one of Shelter Island’s hidden jewels. But that’s not the case of the New York State Register of Historic Places, which thanks to... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Pancake Supper VolunteersMembers of the Shelter Island All-Faith Youth Group volunteered to help serve a
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted yesterday
Members of the Shelter Island All-Faith Youth Group volunteered to help serve at the St. Mary’s Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper. Back from left, Tyler Gulluscio, Lily Page, Theo Olinkiewicz, group leader Kate Davidson, Michael Hand, Nichole Hand and... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Funding for Wades Beach bathroom expectedBoard at Town Hall. Listening are Public Works Commissioner Jay Card Jr. (left)
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 2 days ago
Board at Town Hall. Listening are Public Works Commissioner Jay Card Jr. (left) and septic system installer Peder Larsen of Shelter Island Sand, Gravel & Contracting. The Water Quality Improvement Projects Advisory Board asked the Town Board to... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Shelter Island real estate snapshotWith Wall Street on an historic ride, Shelter Island real estate professionals
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 3 days ago
With Wall Street on an historic ride, Shelter Island real estate professionals are hoping to cash in by convincing investors to buy property here. A happy Dow could translate into a turnaround, since the Island experienced a decline in sales during... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Moving to close the gap in Island medical careShe is a frail Shelter Island senior who needed care for a wound but had to go
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 3 days ago
She is a frail Shelter Island senior who needed care for a wound but had to go off-Island to get treatment because no doctor was available here. That may seem a minor inconvenience to some. But to the frail elderly among us, not having a doctor they... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Friday Night Dialogues: Pursuing trivia on a cold winter’s nightcommunity and actually talk to people! Feel like practicing what at times seems
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 3 days ago
community and actually talk to people! Feel like practicing what at times seems like a lost art? Trivia night at the Shelter Island Public Library on February 23 with emcee and question master Bob DeStefano will facilitate your participation... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
This week in Shelter Island history - Shelter Island Reporterago in the United States was $1.60 an hour while it is $7.25 an hour federally
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 3 days ago
ago in the United States was $1.60 an hour while it is $7.25 an hour federally and on Long Island, $12 an hour And on Shelter Island . . . Union Chapel changes hands In February 1978, the Island’s oldest public building, Union Chapel,... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
School honors decencyA simple word says it all about the goal of the Shelter Island School community
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 4 days ago
A simple word says it all about the goal of the Shelter Island School community. When a student is called to the superintendent’s or principal’s office, it typically means trouble. Not the case for a group of students so far called to be honored for... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Canines Graduate from MTA program — including one dog named for a local heroto their collars. Among the new officers is Joey, a dog named in honor of U.S.
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 5 days ago
to their collars. Among the new officers is Joey, a dog named in honor of U.S. Army First Lieutenant Joseph J. Theinert, a Shelter Island native who was killed by an IED in Afghanistan in 2010. Joey’s partner is MTAPD Officer Christopher... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Codger column: Cur is goneother beloved dogs waiting for Cur on the other side. Codger’s father, Coot, wh
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 5 days ago
other beloved dogs waiting for Cur on the other side. Codger’s father, Coot, who never met Cur, is there with treats. On Shelter Island, where he arrived nearly 10 years ago as a rescue named Snoopy, Cur was re-named Milo. He was fostered here by... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Finding the real deal on Shelter IslandCHARITY ROBEY PHOTO Tracy McCarthy at home on Fred’s Lane. Tracy McCarthy was
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 6 days ago
CHARITY ROBEY PHOTO Tracy McCarthy at home on Fred’s Lane. Tracy McCarthy was 40 when she moved permanently to Shelter Island. But in all the ways that count, she lived here all her life. Her recurring childhood ear infections? Doctor Grunwaldt... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Weather Service: 4-6 inches of snow expected starting Saturday nightmorning, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). An estimated 4-6 inc
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 6 days ago
morning, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). An estimated 4-6 inches of snow is expected to fall across Shelter Island, 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 Shelter Island Reporter
The life and death of an Island industrySHELTER ISLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY Joan Schultz, left, and Anna Congdon packing
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 6 days ago
SHELTER ISLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY Joan Schultz, left, and Anna Congdon packing lima beans around 1951. The plant ran 24 hours a day during the harvest season. Back in the 1950s an idea took root with local farmers and gave sudden rise to a thriving... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Shelter Island Police Department blottercourt, the charges against them may be reduced or withdrawn or the defendants m
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 6 days ago
court, the charges against them may be reduced or withdrawn or the defendants may be found not guilty. Travis O. Maker of Shelter Island was arrested February 13 and charged with criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation, criminal... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
‘When nobody knows, nobody cares’trees off Menhaden Lane. Almost a month ago, resident Jean Lawless notified th
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 6 days ago
trees off Menhaden Lane. Almost a month ago, resident Jean Lawless notified the community of a crime committed against all Shelter Islanders. Since then there has been no word on the progress of the investigation, only a few words from Supervisor... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Tree of the Month: Atlas Cedarcedar on the school grounds. Latin Name: Cedrus atlantica Location: A dense,
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 6 days ago
cedar on the school grounds. Latin Name: Cedrus atlantica Location: A dense, multi-branched Atlas cedar thrives on the Shelter Island School grounds next to the vegetable garden. The specimen is most likely the cultivar “Glauca,” also known as... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Can Thiele's proposal provide first-time homebuyers leg-up?why many struggle to come up with a downpayment on a place of their own. Assem
The Suffolk Times / Posted 6 days ago
why many struggle to come up with a downpayment on a place of their own. Assemblyman Fred Thiele Jr., who represents Shelter Island and the South Fork towns, is working on a proposal that he hopes will help young people stay on the East... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Sean Lee, acclaimed violinist, returns to Shelter IslandCOURTESY PHOTO | Violinist Sean Lee. The first concert of the 41st season of t
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 7 days ago
COURTESY PHOTO | Violinist Sean Lee. The first concert of the 41st season of the Shelter Island Friends of Music heralds the return of distinguished violinist Sean Lee. A widely praised and honored member of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
What's Happening: February 15, 2018shared ritual of packing for his frequent business trips. FEBRUARY’S CELEBRITY
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 7 days ago
shared ritual of packing for his frequent business trips. FEBRUARY’S CELEBRITY CHEF The next Celebrity Chef dinner at the Shelter Island Presbyterian Church will feature Michelle Beckwith. The dinner will be held Thursday, February 15 at 6 p.m. in... Read more
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Boston Globe
Who is on the James Beard list of semifinalists this year?N.H.; Ravin Nakjaroen of Long Grain in Camden, Maine; Elizabeth Ronzetti and Ad
Boston Globe / Posted 7 days ago
N.H.; Ravin Nakjaroen of Long Grain in Camden, Maine; Elizabeth Ronzetti and Adam Kopels of 18 Bay Restaurant in Shelter Island, N.Y.; Champe Speidel of Persimmon in Providence; Keiko Suzuki Steinberger of Suzuki’s Sushi Bar in Rockland,... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Shelter Island Reporter Letters to the Editorget in the way of the friendship and the neighborly camaraderie that I have wit
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 7 days ago
get in the way of the friendship and the neighborly camaraderie that I have witnessed for the past 50-plus years. The Shelter Island STR law is expansive enough to allow for revisions that may satisfy both sides of this issue. There is a lot... Read more
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Boston Globe
Check out the James Beard Award semifinalists from the NortheastLong Grain | Camden, Maine Cassie Piuma: Sarma | Somerville Elizabeth Ronzett
Boston Globe / Posted 7 days ago
Long Grain | Camden, Maine Cassie Piuma: Sarma | Somerville Elizabeth Ronzetti and Adam Kopels: 18 Bay Restaurant | Shelter Island, N.Y. Champe Speidel: Persimmon | Providence, R.I. Keiko Suzuki Steinberger: Suzuki’s Sushi Bar | Rockland,... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Weekly Calendar: February 15 — February 25, 2018prepares antipasto, Ceasar salad, chicken saltimbocca over spinach, Parmesan ri
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 7 days ago
prepares antipasto, Ceasar salad, chicken saltimbocca over spinach, Parmesan rice and panna cotta with berries. 6 p.m. Shelter Island Presbyterian Church. Reserve at (631) 749-0805. Friday Night Dialogues, Hap Bowditch talks about his family,... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Young garden club members dig getting involvedto create floral arrangements for recipients of the Meals on Wheels program. U
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 7 days ago
to create floral arrangements for recipients of the Meals on Wheels program. Under the auspices of the Garden Club of Shelter Island, Youth Chair Carol Russell and fellow members Yvonne Purcell, Eda Kaasik and Kim Porter meet every Tuesday... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
War Stories: The Telling Project gives veterans a stage and a voiceJim Colligan, Howard Jackson, Michael (Zack) Mundy and Tom Spotteck during a re
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 8 days ago
Jim Colligan, Howard Jackson, Michael (Zack) Mundy and Tom Spotteck during a recent rehearsal of The Telling Project at the Shelter Island School. This is Part II of a two-part series. The first installment ran in the February 8, 2018 edition of... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Shelter Island Justice Court reportsREPORTER FILE PHOTO Shelter Island Justice Court The following cases were adju
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 8 days ago
REPORTER FILE PHOTO Shelter Island Justice Court The following cases were adjudicated at Shelter Island Justice Court on February 5, 2018 as reported by the court. Judge Helen J. Rosenblum was on the bench. Linda J. Bruno of Shelter Island pleaded... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Town Board looks to codify nitrogen-reducing septic systemsgrants, and the board was in agreement. In other business: Bayman Tom Field as
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 8 days ago
grants, and the board was in agreement. In other business: Bayman Tom Field asked the board to consider writing a Shelter Island residency requirement into the town code for permits to harvest shellfish in Island waters. Mr. Field said it... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Two Island runners take All-County honorsonly the top four in each event at State Qualifiers go to the State Championshi
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 8 days ago
only the top four in each event at State Qualifiers go to the State Championships. The first race of the night that Shelter Island competed in was Green’s 1,000 meter run. The indoor track is a 200- meter oval, which would be five laps.... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Love in a cold climate, with some isolation: Romance on the rockMorris.She and Bob Lipsyte have been together for most of two decades. We don’t
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 8 days ago
Morris.She and Bob Lipsyte have been together for most of two decades. We don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day. But Shelter Island has a miraculous effect on long-term relationships, since we met here 20 years ago, married 14 years ago, and... Read more
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The Chronicle
Dear Old Duke: The Meyersget back from the excavations, we send our kids off to summer camp and we were
The Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
get back from the excavations, we send our kids off to summer camp and we were about to fly to New York for a vacation on Shelter Island. We did what we always did, we prepared a typewritten report that we handed to the...Office of Public... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Deer & Tick Committee debates plans for aggressive cullinghunt that took 404 deer. Mr. Payne estimated that the numbers represent about
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 9 days ago
hunt that took 404 deer. Mr. Payne estimated that the numbers represent about 75 percent of the total deer taken on Shelter Island, noting that not all hunters report the deer they’ve killed. The cold storage unit at the Manhanset firehouse... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Weather Service: Bright and cold for TuesdayPHOTO A sliver of a moon hangs over West Neck Bay at dawn Tuesday. A bright, s
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 9 days ago
PHOTO A sliver of a moon hangs over West Neck Bay at dawn Tuesday. A bright, sunny and cold winter’s day is in store for Shelter Island, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). The high temperature today will be near 34 degrees, but... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Family affair at home as basketball girls take on MattituckBasketball on Shelter Island is a family affair. At the final home game agains
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 10 days ago
Basketball on Shelter Island is a family affair. At the final home game against Mattituck for the girls JV basketball team on February 7, both coaches had relatives in the stands. The Mattituck team is coached by Kay Rolle, while Shelter Island is... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Varsity basketball team wraps season at home against Smithtown ChristianCongdon, Danny Boeklen and Luke Gilpin. A Friday, February 9 home game against
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 10 days ago
Congdon, Danny Boeklen and Luke Gilpin. A Friday, February 9 home game against Smithtown Christian marked the end of the Shelter Island School varsity basketball season. The junior varsity’s season ended earlier in week. For senior athletes Ray... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
This week in Shelter Island history - Shelter Island Reporternecessary Board of Health requirements. School joins information superhighway
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 10 days ago
necessary Board of Health requirements. School joins information superhighway It was at this time 20 years ago that the Shelter Island School District created a website to provide students, teachers, parents and the wider community with... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Baymen reject state’s program to restore bay bottomsDahl added that individual municipalities can prevent the disappearance of seag
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 10 days ago
Dahl added that individual municipalities can prevent the disappearance of seagrass through management plans. He praised Shelter Island for developing its comprehensive plan of action to keep the bay and harbor bottoms flourishing. What was... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Friday Night Dialogues: Hap Bowditch recalls growing up on Shelter IslandCHARITY ROBEY PHOTO | An image of Shelter Island in steel takes shape in Hap Bo
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 11 days ago
CHARITY ROBEY PHOTO | An image of Shelter Island in steel takes shape in Hap Bowditch’s studio. When Harry “Hap” Dawson Bowditch agreed to speak at the Shelter Island Library’s Friday Night Dialogues, he didn’t know where to begin. As a lifelong... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
What is that?Gary Weems wrote to identify last week’s mystery photo (see below) as “the gaze
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 12 days ago
Gary Weems wrote to identify last week’s mystery photo (see below) as “the gazebo at the Shelter Island Yacht Club,” and we had to reply, “close, Gary. It’s the Gardiner’s Bay Country Club’s starter’s booth.” Gary responded by noting that had been... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
A 300-foot-thick wall of ice formed the land we now live onit ground up entire boulders and reduced them to sand. This would become the to
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 13 days ago
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 to warm... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
North Fork History Project: When English arrive, Indians disperseThere are few records of Indian slaves in Southold, but they were here and part
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 13 days ago
There are few records of Indian slaves in Southold, but they were here and part of the fabric of life on the North Fork, Shelter Island and the South Fork. African slaves were also here, and in larger numbers. The story of Sarah is told in... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Shelter Island Reporter Letters to the Editorthat we are expected to finance the leveraged takeover from Cablevision and the
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 13 days ago
that we are expected to finance the leveraged takeover from Cablevision and the generous package to management. We are customers and deserve better. Obviously more competition would be in order. TRUDY & NEVILLE ATKINS Shelter Island ... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Islanders play last game at Bridgehampton's Bee HiveThe Shelter Island boys’ varsity basketball team visited Bridgehampton on Febru
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 13 days ago
The Shelter Island boys’ varsity basketball team visited Bridgehampton on February 7 for a League VIII game. Fortunately for the Indians, sophomore Lucas Quigley-Dunning returned to the starting line-up after missing five games with an ankle... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
War Stories: The Telling Project gives veterans a stageveterans and Gold Star family members in front of East End audiences to share t
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 14 days ago
veterans and Gold Star family members in front of East End audiences to share their stories. On Friday, February 16, four Shelter Island veterans — Howard Jackson (Army) who served in WWII; Jim Colligan (Army), a Bronze Star recipient who served... Read more
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The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
Southampton Town To Do Aerial Reassessment This YearTown has been operating as a full valuation town only since 2004. Most township
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press / Posted 14 days ago
Town has been operating as a full valuation town only since 2004. Most townships in Suffolk County are not full valuation—Shelter Island is the only other one, according to Mr. Schneiderman—and reassess much less frequently. Mr. Schneiderman used... Read more
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