Week In Review: 2 Armed Robberies At North Fork Chinese Restaurants

In other headlines of the week, debate over the idea of a paid parking facility in Greenport.

Here's a look at the top headlines on the North Fork this week.

Police and Fire

Cops: Armed Robbery At Southold Chinese Restaurant: An armed robbery at a Chinese restaurant in Southold was the second North Fork armed robbery in two days.

Cops: Masked Gunman Holds Up Greenport Chinese Restaurant: Police are investigating both armed robberies.

: A Mattituck teen led police on a K-9 search.

Cops: Greenport Man Charged With Stealing Food From Restaurant: A Greenport man was charged with swiping food supplies.

Southold Man Hospitalized After Accident: A Southold man was hospitalized after allegedly losing consciousness and hitting a rock wall.

Robert Beodeker's Attorney: 'It Was Just A Terrible Accident': The attorney representing a college dean and Aquebogue resident charged in a double fatal accident said questions need to be answered about the incident.


: Voters elect new Village Trustees Mary Bess Phillips and Julia Robins by a narrow margin.

Trustee Candidate Q&A: William Swiskey: Candidate profile of Village Trustee hopeful William Swiskey.

Trustee Candidate Q&A: Mary Bess Phillips: Candidate profile of incumbent Village Trustee Mary Bess Phillips.

Trustee Candidate Q&A: Julia Robins: Candidate profile of newly elected Village Trustee Julia Robins.

Dem Candidates Emerge for Assembly Seat: Candidates continue to throw their names into the hat for an open New York State Assembly seat.

Board Talks Public Drinking In Parks: The Greenport village board discussed drinking in public parks during big events.

Business Owner Suggests Paid Parking Alternative in Greenport: One local business owner's idea of a paid parking facility in Greenport sparked debate.


Weird Grapes Coming to North Fork: A Kickstarter campaign was successful; Weird Grapes are coming.

Heron Suites Unveils New Waterfront Gathering Space: A new waterfront gathering area is set to be unveiled.


: The legacy of famed American pianist William Kapell flourishes 60 years after his death.

'Cure for Cammy' Cystic Fibrosis Fundraiser Set for April: The community is coming together for Camryn Koke, a little girl with cystic fibrosis, with a fundraiser planned for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Local Puppy Mill Protestors Launch Ad Campaign On LIRR: Models protest puppy mills in a new ad campaign.

North Fork Homeless Seek New Shelter As Winter Ends: Some homeless will live in tents in the woods.

: Funds will be raised to renovate the American Legion Hall and keep skating alive for young people in George Costello, Sr.'s memory.

Missing Family Silver Found In Greenport: A happy ending as silver believed stolen was found in Greenport.

Sound Avenue Memorial Park Will Honor Heidi Behr: A new 9/11 memorial park on Sound Avenue will honor first responders who died tragically in the line of duty.

Seal Found In Southold Saturday Died Of Natural Causes: A seal found in Southold was recently pregnant and died of natural causes.

Civic Group Refiles Suit Against Town To Preserve Rural Character: The "Save Main Road" group is headed back to court to fight to preserve rural character on Route 25.

Bishop Talks New Generation of North Fork Farmers: Congressman Tim Bishop discussed mentoring programs to cultivate new generations of farmers.


: No program cuts are expected in Greenport schools under the new budget so far.

New Playground Coming To Greenport Schools: Groundbreaking on a new school playground is slated for June.

Superintendent: Southold Schools Could See 'Small' Cuts In New Budget: Southold schools could see some program cuts under the new budget.


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