As debates and angry protests go on about whether monuments to leaders of the Confederate government during the Civil War are appropriate for public spaces, here is a reminder that men from the North Fork enlisted in large numbers to fight to keep the country intact.
It felt like a party, a big old party. A disc jockey played music. People danced in the stands, there were plenty of smiles to go around and the atmosphere was festive.
Smiles could even be seen on the faces of the cheerleaders competing on the mat. Behind those smiles, undoubtedly, was the stress felt by the pressure to perform. All their hard work and preparation came down to a 2-minute, 30-second routine before a panel of four scoresheet judges and one safety judge, who evaluated the cheerleading teams for jumping, motions, dancing and stunting. READ
The charges against a Jamesport Fire Department assistant chief, who was charged with misdemeanor drunken driving while behind the wheel of a department vehicle in February, will be reduced as long as he successfully completes a year of interim probation.
How many times have you come up with a great idea but had no clue how to implement it? Southold native Sam Notaro, 28, has recently discovered just how difficult, yet rewarding, it is to create his own product.