REPORTER FILE PHOTO
To the Editor:
Thank you Kathleen DeRose and Bob Fredericks for your letter to the Reporter on the lack of law enforcement that affects us all on Shelter Island (“Enforce the Law,” September 20). (more…)
SHELTER ISLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY PHOTO
This Gulf station stood at Case’s Corner on Route 114 and was surrounded by fallen trees when the ‘Long Island Express’ came through Shelter Island.
It was named the “Long Island Express.”
But that was only after it passed, leaving Shelter Island battered but unbroken as it trekked north deep into New England along its murderous path. (more…)
ANNABELLE WOODWARD PHOTO
Library Director Terry Lucas points at a photograph of “The Old Windmill,” which was the location of the Island’s second library, and where the Shelter Island School now stands.
The Shelter Island Public Library recently tasked someone to take a bunch of old boxes labeled “Miscellaneous Information” out of a shed. The simple chore revealed not only old tax records, but a boon of historical treasures, including one document that explains the origin of the Island’s unique referential term of “harelegger.” (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO
Candidates for the Town Board, from left, Albert Dickson, Gary Gerth, who is running for supervisor, and Marcus Kaasik. Present but not pictured, Amber Brach-Williams.
In what was a mild tune up for a more extensive forum scheduled for Sunday, four candidates seeking election to the Town Board met Tuesday at an event hosted by the Shelter Island Women’s Club. (more…)
CHARITY ROBEY PHOTO
Memory is a tricky thing.
I’ll never forget that afternoon on the beach, the setting sun, the waves breaking. Wait. Waves breaking? That must have been Montauk. (more…)