12/02/16 6:00am
12/02/2016 6:00 AM

In 2010, Marisa Striano left her life in Port Washington behind to move to the North Fork and start a new journey.

Shortly before, Ms. Striano, whose busy career included jobs with the Manhattan fashion label Escada and the construction company Unity Electric, realized she’d lost touch with herself. Her then-husband encouraged her to discover her passion — and it didn’t take long for her to find it with horses.

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11/26/16 6:00am
11/26/2016 6:00 AM

Kaylyn Ahrenstein stands in the center of the football stadium at Stony Brook University, baton in hand, waiting for the marching band to begin playing. Wearing a short red uniform on a mid-November afternoon, the featured twirler raises her baton and smiles at the crowd.

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11/22/16 7:40am
11/22/2016 7:40 AM

The indoor Riverhead Farmers Market returned for a fourth year Saturday, opening for the season with vendors familiar and new.

Longtime favorites like organic poultry farm Browder’s Birds were there, along with newcomers like The Bearded Baker and its gluten-free baked goods.

The weekly market, located at 117 E. Main Street in downtown Riverhead, is open Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. through late April. Here are some of our favorites from week one. (more…)

11/21/16 10:18am
11/21/2016 10:18 AM

The Shoreham-Wading River football defeated Babylon Saturday night to win its third straight Division IV county championship. The Wildcats’ 36-21 victory sends them into the Class IV Long Island finals against undefeated Seaford of Nassau County.

Chris Gray scored four touchdowns in the Wildcats’ win over Babylon while amassing 341 rushing yards.

The Wildcats and Panthers were tied at 14 at halftime before Shoreham outscored Babylon 22-7 in the second half.

Chris Gray carries the ball for Shoreham-Wading River Saturday. (Credit: Robert O'Rourk)

Chris Gray carries the ball for Shoreham-Wading River Saturday. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk)

11/18/16 7:15pm
11/18/2016 7:15 PM

Doug Bassemir of Aqueboque crouched in his driveway Friday in front of the 1917 Maxwell touring car he and his brother Rich have been working to restore since they purchased it eight years ago.

It’s the same model the car enthusiasts’ grandfather C.W. Tuthill drove across the United States exactly one century ago. READ