Jamesport Fire Department’s annual “Trick or Treaters Parade” event is scheduled for 5 p.m. this Thursday, Halloween.
Attendees will be gathering at firehouse at 25 Manor Lane in Jamesport, where refreshments will be served. Then, at 6 p.m., trick or treaters will start marching from the firehouse to the Jamesport Community Center for a magic show.
Former Cutchogue resident Thomas J. Monahan of Ridge died Aug. 22. He was 83 years old.
Mr. Monahan and his wife, Patricia, had been the owners of Top O’ The Mornin’ bed and breakfast on Main Road in Cutchogue for many years.
The family will receive visitors Tuesday, Aug. 27, from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. at DeFriest-Grattan Funeral Home in Southold. The Liturgy of Christian Burial will be celebrated Wednesday, Aug. 28, at 10 a.m. at St. Patrick R.C. Church in Southold. Interment, with U.S. Army honors, will follow at Calverton National Cemetery.
A complete obituary will appear in a future edition of The Suffolk Times.
Chris Ujkic has successfully defended his Bob Wall Memorial Tennis Tournament men’s open singles title, 6-3, 6-2, over Steve Paskiewicz in Peconic
Ujkic is a former Mattituck High School tennis star who now lives in NYC. He’s 24 and is ranked No. 1 in the east by the U.S. Tennis Association’s open division. He also recently won a national bodybuilding/fitness championship, which showed on the court today. He got to virtually everything Paskiewicz threw at him.
Paskiewicz is a former Riverhead High School star who now lives in East Moriches. He’s 40 and is also a past Bob Wall winner.
The women’s singles final and men’s 50+ doubles final were completed yesterday before the rains came.
The men’s 50+ singles final between Rich Chizever and John Czartosieski will be contested next Sunday at the Tasker Park courts in Peconic.
That match was postponed yesterday due to rain, and they could not play today because of previous commitments.
There were no men’s open doubles, women’s doubles or mixed doubles divisions this year.
The tournament is sponsored by Times/Review Newsgroup.
A team of professional cleaners and TV producers descended on Greenport last October to help a local woman manage her compulsive hoarding habit as part of a popular television show.
The episode of “Hoarders,” a documentary series on A&E that highlights the struggles of people who cannot part with their belongings and helps to find them treatment, aired last week. It was filmed on Carpenter Street.
Part of the episode features a woman from Oklahoma. The local story begins at the seven-minute mark of the episode.
A livery van driver fell asleep at the wheel Sunday morning and crashed into two light poles along Route 25 in Mattituck, Southold Town Police said.
The driver, Katherine Lobbe, 53, of Kings Park was transported to Eastern Long Island Hospital by the Mattituck Fire Department, where she is being treated for minor injuries, according to police.
The crash, which occurred just after 5 a.m. at the New Suffolk Ave. intersection, caused a brief power outage int the area after one of the utility poles snapped in half, police said.
A passenger in the van, Georgia Panagopoulas, 51, of East Marion was not injured in the accident. No charges were filed in the incident, police said.
Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this story said the accident occurred Monday due to an error in a police press release.
The Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office is distributing free ice to residents today, Thursday, and tomorrow at the county correctional facility on Route 24 in Riverside.
There’s a limit of one cooler per vehicle and ice will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis. Free ice will be distributed until 5 p.m. Thursday and again Friday between 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
“Ice is a critical need to keep food and certain medications from spoiling,” Sheriff Vincent DeMarco said in a press release.
For more information, call (631) 852-2202.
Candidates running for state, federal and local offices will speak during the Mattituck Chamber of Commerce’s “meet the candidates” luncheon on Wednesday, Oct. 24 at the Meetinghouse Creek Inn in Aquebogue.
This year’s ballot includes the hard-fought contest between incumbent Democratic Congressman Tim Bishop and Republican challenger Randy Altschuler. The North Fork’s representatives in both the State Senate and State Assembly also will be decided.
There’s also a special election in Southold Town this year pitting incumbent Republican Trustee Mike Domino of Southold against Democratic challenger Jeri Woodhouse of Orient.
The chamber’s lunch meeting begins at noon and tickets are $22. Call Pat Patchell at 722-3458.