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Carl Corry, newsday.com's online editor for local news, is a longtime local reporter and editor who previously worked at News 12 Interactive, Long Island Business News and Marketwatch.com. He's a graduate of Sachem High School and Stony Brook University. He is a former president of the Press Club of Long Island.
Seventy years after his grandfather founded his family’s Eastport duck farm, Paul Massey will next week start the process of raising the farm’s last set of ducks.
About 3,000 eggs will be put in an incubator Thursday for four weeks until they are ready to be hatched. Then, in the last week of November or first week of December when they have grown, they will be sold for slaughter and eventual...Read more »
Firemen’s Fair set for Labor Day weekend
The Greenlawn Firemen’s Fair is scheduled for three days over the Labor Day Sunday.
The fair opens at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 28 and continues Aug. 29 and Aug. 30 starting at 6 p.m. The fair will be closed on Sunday, Aug. 31 but reopens at 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 1. Admission is free.
Some of Long Island’s top bagpipe and brass...Read more »
Last year, 13-year-old Allison Turbush pulled in about 20 fluke while on a fishing trip sponsored the Suffolk County Police Athletic League in Great South Bay, but none of them were keepers. She returned Wednesday for another try with the same group and reeled one catch of a lifetime.
Turbush, of Manorville, who is going into eighth grade at Eastport-South Manor Junior Senior High School,...Read more »
New dock fees a success, village officials say
Northport’s new dock fees have been successful, according to village officials.
The board approved the increased fees, which were proposed by trustee Ian Milligan, in May. The goal was to attract more boaters to the waterside community.
Milligan said at last week’s board meeting that the village collected $9,013 in July. Last year,...Read more »