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Good news alert: The days are getting longer and spring is mere weeks away. (more…)
Every family has one: a box of family photographs. Some have faces you know, some have faces that are vaguely familiar and some are from generations past and the faces are unknown. (more…)
Sweet and succulent, Peconic Bay scallops are a local treasure. Whether broiled, sautéed or fried, these bivalves are enjoyed with gusto throughout the harvest season — from November through the end of March. (more…)
As the snow and ice begin to melt, our local waters will awaken from their long winter sleep. An increase in the amount of daylight and an influx of nutrients from winter upwelling and snow/ice melt runoff are catalysts for phytoplankton blooms. (more…)
Year in review posts across the country lamented 2017 as the worst in recent memory.
This is northforker, however, where the news is almost always good. (more…)
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The summer beach season is but a distant memory. The harvest of late summer and early fall, well that’s all over with too.
Even the holiday season will have passed come Monday and the countdown to the 2018 re-opening of your favorite North Fork seasonal destinations will be officially underway.
That doesn’t mean there’s nothing to do on the North Fork in these cold winter months. To prove it, we are continuing our monthly “things to do” column, though we’ve scaled it back to 10 items that can add some flare to your visit to the North Fork or prove a good night out for the locals. (more…)