02/14/19 4:30pm

REPORTER FILE PHOTO
One possible origin of Valentine’s Day says Saint Valentine was a Roman priest who married soldiers and their wives in secret.

So today is Valentine’s Day. A day that our culture has told us is about love and hearts and Cupid and chocolates and other gifts for those we love.

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01/10/19 4:30pm

COURTESY PHOTOS
Canadian bluegrass band the Slocan Ramblers will play in the Shelter Island School gymnasium Saturday, January 19.

Sylvester Manor’s 2019 concert season kick starts with an evening of world-class bluegrass music featuring the Slocan Ramblers at the Shelter Island School auditorium on Saturday, January 19, at 7:30 p.m.; doors open at 7.

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01/06/19 11:00am

SHELTER ISLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PHOTOS
The Shelter Island Heights Pharmacy took the prize in the category of “Whimsical.”

Shelter Island got in the holiday spirit with the Shelter Island Chamber of Commerce’s 5th Annual Decorate Your Door Contest.

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01/05/19 8:00am

COURTESY PHOTO
Bluegrass band the Slocan Rambers will play on the Island Saturday, January 19.

Sylvester Manor’s 2019 concert season kick starts with an evening of world-class bluegrass music featuring the Slocan Ramblers at the Shelter Island School auditorium on Saturday, January 19, at 7:30 p.m.; doors open at 7.

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01/04/19 10:00am

SHELTER ISLAND SCHOOL PHOTOS
From left to right: Jen Lupo, Joseph Lupo, Madigan Teodoru, Madison Springer, Amelia Clark, Angelina Rice, Alex Burns, Henry Lowell-Liszanckie, Andrea Napoles, Margaret Schultheis, Elijah Davidson, Mary Gennari, Ben Waife, Luca Martinez, Bazzy Quigley-Dunning and Hayden Rylott.

Thanks to a generous grant from the Shelter Island Educational Foundation (SIEF), Shelter Island School’s 8th grade (and a few upper classmen) attended the Nutcracker Ballet in New York City on Wednesday, December 19. 

Below are some of the letters students wrote to the SIEF in thanks on December 20 in English class.

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