05/27/15 12:00pm
COURTESY PHOTO | at home again with Kelly Dunn.

COURTESY PHOTO | At home again with Kelly Dunn.

Pepper the cockatiel was an orphan. Until Kelly Dunn met him. He was left at the North Fork Animal Hospital a couple of years ago. She is a licensed veterinary technician there and she waited for someone to claim him. When no one did, Kelly and her parents decided to adopt him. She said, “I have loved him since I got him. He spends most of his time hanging out on my shoulder, sharing my lunch or singing his favorite tunes.”

Until the day Pepper decided to take a road trip. (more…)

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04/22/15 2:00pm
JULIE LANE PHOTO Although this picture was taken at the height of the tourist season last year, it represents the problem that already exists many days this year as vehicles vie to get on the North Ferry line, correctly from Wiggins Street and illegally from Third Street in Greenport.

JULIE LANE PHOTO
Although this picture was taken at the height of the tourist season last year, it represents the problem that already exists many days this year as vehicles vie to get on the North Ferry line, correctly from Wiggins Street and illegally from Third Street in Greenport.

North Ferry’s regular passengers are  familiar with delays occurring prior to the busy tourist season. But so far this year delays have been complicated by dock work on the Greenport side that had boats sharing a single slip. (more…)

02/10/14 10:07am
REPORTER FILE PHOTO A Streiter anti-deer reflector in 2004, said to help keep deer off roadways to diminish accidents.

REPORTER FILE PHOTO
A Streiter anti-deer reflector in 2004, said to help keep deer off roadways to diminish accidents.

50 YEARS AGO
Town Board takes over ‘whistles’

Back in February 1964, the Town Board took over the fire alarm system on Shelter Island from the fire district. (more…)