The Zoning Board of Appeals last Wednesday offered a mild reminder to Heights Property Owners Corporation general manager Stella Lagudis that when the organization renders an opinion of an application, it must clearly state whether it’s the product of the HPOC Board or a subcommittee. (more…)
KATHERINE SCHROEDER | A mute swan mother with her cygnets.
A newly revised state Department of Environmental Conservation plan to deal with mute swan populations in the state would focus on non-lethal management of their numbers on Long Island, only calling for lethal methods as a “last resort.” (more…)
JUDY CARD PHOTO | Lily Garrison giving her all on offense in Tuesday afternoon’s girls junior high home loss to East Moriches.
Shelter Island might have the smallest junior high girls basketball team in the area, but they are the loudest.
You’d think that with only five athletes on the court the entire game they’d run out of breath, but they are loud and proud throughout every contest. “Shelter Island on three! —1-2-3 Shelter Island!” always outshines the other team’s huddle cheer. (more…)
AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO | More of the wet, white stuff is in the Island’s future.
By the time this next round of winter weather moves out late Thursday, the East End can expect to see up to 7 more inches of snow on the ground, according to the National Weather Service. (more…)
REPORTER FILE PHOTO | Wades Beach will be one of the the places were a beach pass will be needed this summer.
If you’re trying to rush the season by getting a Shelter Island beach sticker now, you’ll be disappointed. (more…)