Over the summer, curious creatures have popped up on the North Fork, seemingly overnight, in front of businesses and a few homes. Some of the colorful, often spotted, figures appear alone, while others stand in groups like visitors from another world. READ
The peaceful sound of rippling water fills the warm, afternoon air. Water rushes down on stone into a narrow pond that wraps around the Northville property. Animals nearby like a miniature horse, goats, sheep and chickens go about their day.
It’s a scene designed to inspire tranquility. READ
Hailey Nitti as Elle Woods in Riverhead Faculty and Community Theatre’s youth production of “Legally Blonde.” (Gretchen Chapman courtesy photos)
Riverhead Faculty and Community Theatre will present its youth musical, “Legally Blonde,” in four performances this weekend at Riverhead High School.
The Reeves Park community held its annual 9/11 memorial Monday to pay respects to those who died on Sept. 11, 2001, when attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and a jet airliner that crashed in Pennsylvania took almost 3,000 lives, including two from Reeves Park.
Brothers Doug and Rich Bassemir, who late last year followed tire tracks laid across the country by their grandfather 100 years ago in the same model 1917 Maxwell touring car, now have a book to commemorate the journey.
A week before Hurricane Harvey slammed southeastern Texas, Susan Wilk and her husband, Thomas, began preparations for what was to be the first of two trips this year to Port Aransas, Texas. There were JetBlue flights they needed to check and locations to plan around the trip.
What began as a summer project born out of a love for photography and history has turned into a 22-year-old’s own business. READ
Nate Phillips and Michelle Johnson.
Carrie Anderson of Aquebogue and Bill Johnson of Sherrill’s Ford, N.C., have announced the engagement of their daughter Michelle Johnson to Nate Phillips, son of Mark and Mary Bess Phillips. READ