Here’s a look at some of the top stories that made headlines in and around your community this week.
Montauk School students showed off their original art to parents and teachers on Tuesday morning. Their work wasn't displayed on the walls of the auditorium, but on the concrete walls in front of the containers at Montauk Recycling Center.
Roslyn Anderson spent Sunday sifting through clothes at the apartment she is now vacating in the hopes she can wash away the strong smell of smoke. One of the tenants now homeless after a fire broke out on the second floor of the G & C Knoebel Electric building on Mary's Lane in North Sea Saturday night, Anderson said the tasks ahead of her seem daunting.
The Town of Southampton is moving forward on a plan to use Community Preservation funds to possibly purchase Neptunes Beach Club on Dune Road, which has had trouble with drugs over the years with cops responding on a regular basis.
The Riverhead Police Department was somber Tuesday; a cloak of grief hung heavily over a brotherhood who had lost a longtime member of the law enforcement family.
At least one Greenport resident is demanding answers about the recent resignation of Jack Naylor, the village's utilities director.