10/02/17 2:00pm
REPORTER FILE PHOTO | Action from a previouys year's Old Timer's game, with Father Peter DeSanctis pulling a Chuck Kraus offering down the left field line.

REPORTER FILE PHOTO | Action from a previouys year’s Old Timer’s game, with Father Peter DeSanctis pulling a Chuck Kraus offering down the left field line.

One of the most popular community sports events,  Old Timer’s Softball Game is on tap for Sunday, October 8 at Fiske Field. (more…)

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05/18/17 4:30pm
ANNETTE HINKLE PHOTO The 2017 Lions Club Citizens of the Year, Al and Tippi Bevans at the Reporter’s office.

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The 2017 Lions Club Citizens of the Year, Al and Tippi Bevans at the Reporter’s office.

For years, Tippi and Al Bevan have given generously of their time and energy to ensure that no one on the Island goes hungry.

Since 2006, the Bevans have managed the Food Pantry at the Shelter Island Presbyterian Church and for the past 25 years, they have been delivering Meals on Wheels to homebound seniors on the Island.

On Thursday, May 25, they will add another title to their list of achievements — the Shelter Island Lions Club’s 2017 Citizens of the Year. (more…)

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08/20/14 4:30pm
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO | Battling for the Simon Gavron Challenge Cup Trophy, left to right:  Jefferson Ramirez (B&R), Alex Austin (SG United), Elyse Vilsaint (SG United) and Diego Marles (B&R).

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO | Battling for the Simon Gavron Challenge Cup Trophy, left to right: Jefferson Ramirez (B&R), Alex Austin (SG United), Elyse Vilsaint (SG United) and Diego Marles (B&R).

For the second time in the 12-year history of the Soccer Challenge Cup, a back-to- back champion has been crowned. (more…)

12/20/13 3:00pm

JO ANN KIRKLAND PHOTO | Two students at the Shelter Island Public Library improving their English language skills with teacher Bryan Knipfing.

Gabriela and Guillermo, born and raised in Medellin, Colombia, have been on Shelter Island for six months. On Thursday nights after work, they can be found at the Shelter Island Library improving their English language skills. The rest of the week they’re practicing what they’ve learned in class and preparing for new lessons in the next class. (more…)