Shoreham-Wading River’s Jon Constant protecting the ball under pressure from Greenport’s Sam Strickland. (Credit: Garret Meade)
Size isn’t everything for a basketball team, but it sure is nice to have.
Certainly, height can be overrated, but when that height is accompanied by talent, it can make a difference. That is something the Shoreham-Wading River High School boys basketball team can appreciate. (more…)
An Italianate style home on Bay Avenue. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
Greenport’s historic architecture is a modern-day link to the village’s storied past. The buildings illustrate its progression from pre-Revolutionary roots through its commercial peak as a whaling hub into a modern-day working waterfront with a thriving tourism industry.
Read more about Greenport’s historic architecture at northforker.com.
The Game of Hamlets is down to a battle between two closely related hamlets. Orient vs. Greenport.
The two Southold Town communities won in landslides this past week, with underdog Orient shocking Riverhead with 71 percent of the vote. Greenport knocked off Mattituck 67 to 33 percent.
Come Tuesday at 5 p.m., we’ll find out which local hamlet people like the most.
Northforker.com has been hosting the 16-hamlet bracket tournament, sponsored by Corcoran Group, since March 13.
On the weekend of April 12-13, we will host an open photo shoot, inviting anyone who lives or works in the winning hamlet, for a large group photo to appear on the cover of the April 17 edition of The Suffolk Times. The photo shoot will take place in a public location in that community. We’re looking for as many people to show up as possible for the photo. Full details will be announced after the winner is chosen.
The April 17 issue will be dubbed either the Orient or Greenport issue, with sections featuring coverage about the winning hamlet.
To vote, simply click on the Birds Eye View or Vote Now icons below and cast a vote on each of the two matchups.
Northforker.com presents our latest “Experience North Fork” Giveaway. We are giving away great prizes through rafflecopter, which means you “like,” “follow,” “pin” or “join” to enter to win. To increase your odds, re-tweet the giveaway and earn double the entries. We welcome our newest partner, Scrimshaw Restaurant. (more…)
A work submitted for the exhibition last year by Olyvia Vayer that took home first place. (Credit: East End Seaport Museum)
Students from all East End high schools are invited to participate in the 2014 East End Challenge, in which they will be asked to create a science or engineering project on the theme of the “Littoral Zone,” and then express those results through an art form.
The littoral zone, the subject of this year’s challenge, is the part of the sea closest to the shore, which includes wetlands, estuaries, barrier islands, tidal marshes, beaches and dunes, and extends out to deeper waters. (more…)
The entrance to Peconic Landing in Greenport. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
The Peconic Landing retirement community is hosting a holistic health fair on its Greenport campus Saturday.
“The four-hour fair offers a warm environment where visitors can explore everything from the world of organic foods and nutrition to many ways to reduce stress and promote relaxation for optimum health,” according a press release about the event.
People are invited to the fair learn about physical and massage therapy, and even pet therapy, as well as Eastern healing techniques such as acupuncture, Reiki and Qi Gong.
Representatives will also be on hand to inform attendees on the potential benefits of yoga, reflexology and healing touch.
The “Whole Person Health and Wellness” fair is free and open to the public. It runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The fair will be held in the community center at Peconic Landing, 1500 Brecknock Road, Greenport.
Fire Fighter is currently docked at the railroad dock in Greenport, but not for much longer. (Photo by Katharine Schroeder)
I was saddened but also amused by the report in your Feb. 6 paper about the fate of Fire Fighter, the fireboat with a decades-long history of service to New York City’s fire department. The fireboat was intended to be a platform for educating the public about firefighting history and service, but also a harborfront attraction for the village and its visitors. For sure, the fireboat sending geysers of water into the air from its many pumps was a unique sight to see. (more…)