A Jamesport assistant fire chief arrested last week on charges of driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of an accident will serve a six-month voluntary leave of absence from the department, fire district officials confirmed following an executive session Tuesday. READ
A Jamesport Fire Department assistant chief was arrested Saturday evening after leaving the scene of a drunk-driving crash in his department vehicle, Southold Town police said. READ
Parker Tuthill is a streaky basketball player. Some games he’s rather quiet and not much of a factor, and then there are other times, like on Tuesday night. READ
Wins by the Mattituck High School girls basketball team over Shoreham-Wading River had been rare, if not non-existent, in the 21st century. That is understandable, to a degree, since Class A Shoreham is a larger school in a higher class that plays in a higher league than Class B Mattituck. READ
The next time you pass the intersection of North Road and Horton Lane in Southold, take a quick gander to the northwest at the property occupied by Lucas Ford. If things had turned out otherwise some 30 years ago, that vista would be very different today. Instead of an auto dealership, the four-acre parcel might have been occupied by an indoor tennis facility, but that scenario was not to be. READ
It was sudden, overpowering and, like a force of nature, devastating.
The Mattituck High School girls basketball team claimed Suffolk County League VII supremacy Thursday night.
In a battle of teams with unbeaten league records, the Tuckers sprinted off to a 17-point first-quarter lead before holding off a late charge by Bishop McGann-Mercy for a 63-43 home victory.
A Riverhead woman was arrested after she allegedly stole phones and activation cards from a Mattituck convenience store Wednesday afternoon, Southold Town police said. READ