Week in Review: DEC Finally Pays Up; Drug Arrest Made in Greenport

Also: Empty Bowls Project event rescheduled for next month.


Southold Woman Wins $250K Lotto Prize: The winning ticket was purchased at Showcase Wine & Liquor.

Survivors Recall HMS Bounty's Last Moments At Hearing: Federal hearings end on Thursday after the tall ship sank in Hurricane Sandy after departing New London in October.

: Attorney claims "enormous victory" in that the DEC has never returned money for seized assets before.


College Student Raises Voice Against Violence Toward Women: Mattituck High School graduate Marissa Russo is working to make a difference.


Schaudel to Run Suffolk Theater Kitchen: Restaurateur with two North Fork eateries will serve as culinary director for remodeled Riverhead theater.

North Fork Chef Named James Beard Semifinalist: Gerry Hayden has been nominated for the third year in a row.

: Chef Keith Luce's crowdsourcing effort has raised over $11,000 toward a $50,000 goal in opening a meat curing operation.

Free Taco Party Could Be Coming To Greenport; Everyone Invited: Marc LaMaina, owner of Lucharitos, has promised a taco party if he gets 11,700 Facebook "likes."

Cross Sound Ferry Offers Winter Break Travel Savings: Almost 50 percent can be saved in some cases, to travel during the school vacation week.


Bishop To Probe Shelter Island Mail Issues: Locals report packages not being delivered, despite them having P.O. boxes.

Community Preservation Fund Revenue Hits 5-Year High: Southold Town and Shelter Island Town CPFs bring in $1.8 million in in January, up from $200,000 in January 2012.

New Peconic Republicans Name Executive Committee: Denis Noncarrow of Southold has been named vice-chairman.

Stop Sign Proposed for Bayview Road and Baywater Avenue: A public hearing will be held on the subject on March 12.


Where Are the Worst Potholes On The North Fork?: Snow often creates nasty craters in the roads.

Police & Fire

Cops: Residents' Complaints About Greenport Drug Dealing Lead To Arrest: The East End Task Force worked with Southold Town police to apprehend defendant.


Mattituck-Cutchogue Supe Attending Rally to Challenge School Aid: Republicans, educators to push demand for change in distribution of aid.

Empty Bowls Project Rescheduled At Mattituck High School: The event will take place on March 15 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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