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07/08/16 9:57am
TIM GANNON PHOTO Supporters of Anna Throne-Holst and David Calone review absentee ballots for possible challenges while Board of Elections workers oversee the process.

TIM GANNON PHOTO Supporters of Anna Throne-Holst and David Calone review absentee ballots for possible challenges while Board of Elections workers oversee the process.

Former Southampton Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst’s primary night lead of 29 votes has increased to 188 after 46 percent of absentee ballots were counted Thursday at the Suffolk County Board of Elections. (more…)

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07/06/16 12:00pm
TIMES REVIEW FILE PHOTOS Democratic rivals Anna Throne-Holst and David Calone are seperated by 29 votes before the counting of absentee ballots.

TIMES REVIEW FILE PHOTOS Democratic rivals Anna Throne-Holst and David Calone are seperated by 29 votes before the counting of absentee ballots.

Thursday, July 7, the Suffolk County Board of Elections is expected to count more than 1,790 absentee ballots cast in the Democratic primary race between Congressional hopefuls Anna Throne-Holst and Dave Calone.

Unofficial results from the Suffolk County Board of Elections showed Ms. Throne-Holst held a lead of 29 votes. Just under eight percent of the 1st District’s 136,464 registered Democrats voted on primary night. (more…)

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06/28/16 4:30pm
JULIE LANE PHOTO Traffic on Wiggns Street last summer.

JULIE LANE PHOTO Traffic on Wiggins Street last summer.

The Greenport Village Board is unlikely to move forward with a proposal to restore two-way traffic to Wiggins Street, Mayor George Hubbard Jr. said at June 23 Village Board meeting.

The board has, however, scheduled a public hearing on a new short-term proposal to address North Ferry traffic congestion. (more…)

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06/08/16 12:00pm
JULIE LANE PHOTO Traffic on Wiggns Street last summer.

JULIE LANE PHOTO Traffic on Wiggins Street in Greenport last summer.

The Greenport Village Board has proposed once again making Wiggins Street two-way in order to relieve traffic congestion caused by the North Ferry. It had two-way traffic until 2001, when it was changed into a one-way street in the direction of the ferry, for that same reason. (more…)