07/10/13 2:00am

CARRIE MILLER PHOTO | A couple enjoys a tasting at Paumanok Vineyards in Aquebogue.

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We’re looking to build the ultimate northforker photo gallery, capturing the scenic beauty and unique nature of the North Fork.

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Click here to visit our gallery, then click to upload pictures. It’s that simple.

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We look forward to seeing your photographs.

02/08/13 4:17pm

GIANNA VOLPE PHOTO | A firewood stand in front of a home in Jamesport as the snow begins to accumulate Friday afternoon.

As a blizzard begins to dump a predicted 12 to 20 inches of snow across the East End Friday into Saturday, we’ll be posting photos to our website. You can do the same. Just click the upload bar above to start adding your photos from the winter weekend.

06/12/11 9:45am
06/12/2011 9:45 AM

The first ever Phillips Avenue Community Festival was held at the school in Riverside under cloudy and windy conditions Saturday afternoon. The motto of the event, ‘good vibes are contagious’, was evident through the dance, music, martial arts and other performances on the town’s showmobile.

There were also various stations for children to get physically activite with frisbee and football toss, rock wall climbing, tug of strength, hula hoops and a bean bag toss. All the money raised from the festival will be used to provide school supplies for Phillips Avenue Elementary students for the 2011-2012 school year.

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BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | Pjillips Avenue third grade teacher Janice Ellis-Smith paints double butterflies on third grader Talia Thompson.

 

06/11/11 9:24pm
06/11/2011 9:24 PM

Members of the Riverhead High School bowling team came out to Wildwood Bowl Saturday night to throw a few strikes during a fundraiser in support of their fellow teammate, 14-year-old Michael Hubbard.

The event, organized by bowling team captain John Horton and Michael’s cousin Kris Smalls, was attended by about 100 of Michael’s friends as well as his teammates.

Michael was burned in a citronella gel candle accident at his aunt’s Riverhead home May 28. His mother Nancy was also burned in the incident. The money raised will go toward their medical bills.

The total amount of money raised was not immediately available.

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BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | Johnathan Horton, co-caption of RHS bowling team (front right), with some of the students who particiapted in the fundraiser Saturday night at Wildwood Bowl.

05/08/11 12:07am
05/08/2011 12:07 AM

Students from every school showed off their art work at Riverhead High School Friday night, for the school’s “Art in Action” exhibit.

“This extraordinary event allows students, parents, and community members to take pride in the artistic endeavors of our children,” said Riverhead High School interim principal David Wicks.

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BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | Megan Card-Gimpelman looks for her bird in the display of the birds made by Aquebogue Elementary second-graders