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Tom Clavin will speak this Friday at the Shelter Island Library.
If you love stories of the Old West, you won’t want to miss Tom Clavin’s appearance at Friday Night Dialogues, April 26th at 7 p.m. Clavin is author or co-author of 16 books, including the recently released “Wild Bill: The True Story of the American Frontier’s First Gunfighter.”
COURTESY PHOTO U.S. Army First Lt. Joseph Theinert
In March 2010, Army First Lt. Joseph Theinert, 24, went to Afghanistan with the 10th Mountain Division, serving his country, which was his life’s goal. He died June 4 of that year disabling the second of two IEDs that threatened his unit. Just before the explosion that killed him, he ordered the 20 men under his command out of the area to safety. (more…)
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Shelter Island Library Director Denise DiPaolo at her ‘empty nest’ in Sag Harbor, where she raised her three children.
Denise DiPaolo has so much positive energy a stranger might guess she’s got a passion for espresso. It’s yoga to which she’s addicted, in fact. Family and her job rank right up there, too. (more…)
BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | Joy Bausman was honored at a reception in Mattituck last night as the Reporter’s first ever Person of the Year. Joining Joy was, from left, Det. Sgt. Jack Thilberg, Peter McCracken and Supervisor Jim Dougherty.
Joy Bausman was honored at a reception at the Times/Review corporate headquarters in Mattituck last night as the Shelter Island Reporter’s first ever Person of the Year. (more…)
COURTESY PHOTO | The Retreat has announced new leadership.
Michele Pollock Rich has been named executive director of The Retreat, the East Hampton-based organization that provides services throughout the Eastern Long Island for victims of domestic abuse. (more…)