Vineyard rows, longhorn cattle and horses.
With charming storefronts and friendly business owners at places like the Orient Country Store, Orient Linen Co. and pie shop Four & Twenty Blackbirds, we love Village Lane in Orient. READ
The Shoreham-Wading River football team won its third consecutive Class IV Long Island Championship Sunday by defeating Seaford, 20-10, at Stony Brook University. READ
The Shoreham-Wading River football defeated Babylon Saturday night to win its third straight Division IV county championship. The Wildcats’ 36-21 victory sends them into the Class IV Long Island finals against undefeated Seaford of Nassau County.
Chris Gray scored four touchdowns in the Wildcats’ win over Babylon while amassing 341 rushing yards.
The Wildcats and Panthers were tied at 14 at halftime before Shoreham outscored Babylon 22-7 in the second half.
The Shoreham-Wading River football team defeated Miller Place, 49-6, in the Division IV semifinals Friday night, propelling the team back into the county finals for the third straight year. READ
Lately, Hugh Prestwood has spent a lot of time in the personal studio above the garage at his Greenport home.
A member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, Mr. Prestwood gets great pleasure from writing music. And he’s good at it: Three of the songs he’s written for other artists during his nearly 40-year career have earned him Grammy nominations. READ
A wet and gloomy morning did not stop dozens of racers from coming out to Main Street in downtown Riverhead for the 19th annual Run for the Ridley. READ