Daily Update: PBA honors officer of the year, downtown security cameras, snow on the way

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Here are the headlines across the North Fork for Monday, Feb. 11:


1920s Nassau Point mansion faces demolition

Riverhead PBA honors Kaley Castantine as Officer of the Year

Security cameras for downtown Riverhead would cost $400K

Community rallies for Greenport boy’s recovery


Basketball: Greenport boys, Mattituck girls open playoffs as No. 1 seeds

After quick exit at Nationals, Riverhead cheerleaders focus on counties

Wrestling: Schmidt, Suglia win county crowns

Wrestling: SWR’s Troyano, Petretti fall in finals


It will be mostly cloudy today with a high of 36. The low tonight will be about 25, according to the National Weather Service.

A winter storm could drop as much as three inches of snow on the North Fork Tuesday. The snow could start prior to the morning commute Tuesday and continue into the afternoon. We’ll have more on that tomorrow.