You’ll never be accepted unless you live there.
That was the advice I got from some on the North Fork before transferring from the Times Review Mattituck office to Shelter Island.
Undaunted, I made the change and on December 1, 2011, started my tenure here.
Forewarned, why did I take the assignment? (more…)
JULIE LANE PHOTO
Undeterred by ice, North Ferry boats managed Monday morning to pull into berths smoothly.
With temperatures Monday morning hovering in the low 20s and wind chills making it feel like 6 degrees below zero, ferries continue to ply the waters between the North and South forks, cutting through ice to reach their destinations. (more…)
JULIE LANE PHOTO
One hand washes another, or in this case, one boat pushes another, which is what it took this morning for Shelter Island-bound South Ferry boats to make it through ice.
Mounds of ice clogged the channel delaying South Ferry traffic around 9 a.m. this morning for travelers in both directions. (more…)
REPORTER FILE PHOTO
Members of the 2005 newly constituted Shelter Island Run Board of Directors were (standing left to right) James Eklund, Rick Denning, Mary Ellen Adipietro, Regan McGorry, Barbara Gubbins, Kevin Barry, Doug Broder, Cliff Clark and (seated) Bill Lehr. Other board members at the time who were not pictured were Jackie Tuttle, Jack Byington and Joe Siegelbaum.
50 YEARS AGO IN HISTORY
The Beatles recorded “Ticket to Ride” in London for their album “Help!” (more…)
AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO| Freshly plowed North Brander Parkway.
As the fierce storm wound down and lost steam around 3 p.m. after blowing through the Island for more than 24 hours, Shelter Island Highway Department crews were on the roads and streets of the Island putting down a sand/salt mix, Superintendent Jay Card Jr. said. (more…)