Charlie Lincoln stood between his parents as they each grasped the giant, gold scissors. Together, they cut the pink ribbon tied across the entrance to Claire’s Corner to mark the official opening of the new toddler section at the Mattituck-Laurel Library. READ
One day, a co-worker at Riverhead Building Supply was bragging to Mike Davis of Aquebogue about his race time in a recent 5K. Mr. Davis joked around with his friend, who shot back that Mr. Davis couldn’t even run a mile. READ
Claire Anne Lincoln enjoys a playful moment her parents were able to capture on camera. (Credit: Lincoln family)
Not long after her first birthday, Claire Anne Lincoln was on the move. Even before she began walking, the bright-eyed toddler sped around the family’s Mattituck cottage in an Army crawl, exploring and chasing after her 3 1/2-year-old brother, Charlie, whom she emulated. READ
Riverhead Building Supply will be expanding to Long Island’s North Shore this year, having struck deals to acquire the assets of two existing lumber companies, and will establish new locations in Locust Valley, Huntington and Port Jefferson, the company announced last week.READ
A life-sized Santa Claus climbing a ladder near a front door. An antique manger decorated with vintage multi-colored bulbs. A Christmas village with a decades-old Lionel train set running through it.
These are just a few of the sights we saw on our first Deck the Halls holiday decorating contest last year, during which we visited more than 30 of the best-decorated homes on the North Fork. This time, we hope to see even more holiday spirit as we bring the contest back for a second season. READ