AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO First light over Peconic Bay from Silver Beach.
What makes the East End of Long unique is its farmland, salt creeks and Peconic Bay. They draw people here and keep them here.
From the point where the Peconic River enters the bay in Riverhead all the way past Shelter Island to Gardiners Bay, this stunning body of saltwater is a great resource on many levels. (more…)
MARTIN BURKE PHOTO First light over Peconic Bay from Silver Beach.
The long holiday weekend continues Monday with a bright sunny day, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). (more…)
COURTESY PHOTO Our columnist’s friend Peter Pettibone landed this beautiful striped bass last week in Peconic Bay.
I am beginning to feel like I play baseball for the Mets. (more…)
From the breathtaking views of the Island, to the chance to watch elite runners in action, the 38th annual running Saturday of the Shelter Island 10K/5K Run/Walk is ticketed to be a memorable event.
The Island’s signature sporting event highlights a strong field of athletes, including runners who have competed on the world’s stage. While a select few run with the intent of winning and capturing prize money, the majority of the field will simply be pleased to cross the finish line at Fiske Field. (more…)
NICOLE SMITH PHOTO Kelp harvesting on Peconic Bay.
Early Thursday afternoon, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Suffolk County Legislator Al Krupski climbed aboard a barge and headed into the Peconic Bay. Their mission: to harvest sugar kelp, a type of seaweed. (more…)