MARTIN BURKE PHOTO
A burst of light and color along a wood fence on Route 114 in the Center.
A campaign has been underway by Supervisor Gary Gerth to assist owners of properties along Route 114 in sprucing up the Island’s main thoroughfare, which has some boarded-up stores and businesses that are operational but less than attractive. (more…)
Cruising the Island at 30 miles an hour was Police Chief Jim Read’s idea, not Codger’s.
At a recent Town Board meeting, after the chief presented the results of 14 years of traffic studies on New York Avenue and St. Mary’s Road, Councilwoman Chris Lewis asked about lowering speed limits.
Chief Read suggested that concerned residents might “drive around at 30, get a feel for it.” (more…)
AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO
If you know, let us know. Send your responses to [email protected] or phone at (631) 749-1000, extension 18. (more…)
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Just one of the many happy residents at last year’s Shelter Island Fire Department’s Chicken Barbecue.
Volunteer have been working at Fireman’s Field this week to set up a massive tent and cooking facilities for Saturday’s 53rd Annual Shelter Island Fire Department Chicken Barbecue. (more…)
ELEANOR P. LABROZZI PHOTO Water stations were just one part of a community effort at last Satruday’s 10K Run.
It’s just a run, I told myself.
I shook out my hands, hoping to lessen the tension building in my shoulders. The cheering, the bright colors of running shoes and the intense sunlight also seemed to be building, as the time before the opening gun of Saturday’s Shelter Island’s 10K trickled down at Wilson’s Circle in the Center. (more…)