Dining car-turned-diner served Tom Selleck
Covered with photos dating back to the 1800s, the walls of Tim’s Shipwreck Diner is filled with Northport’s history. But ...
Northport Focus: Farmers market pictorial
It’s my last day in Northport, and boy, it’s been quite a journey. As far as today goes, I’ll be ...
LIer, 73, visits class, ends up with HS diploma
On a Seattle-bound train in 1999, Gil Harris happily disclosed fond memories of serving in the Navy from 1957 to ...
Northport to honor recent war veterans
At Northport’s most recent Memorial Day parade, it occurred to Deputy Mayor Henry Tobin and other officials that the proudly ...
Northport fire dept. full of 'family legacies'
More than halfway done with our Town Focus in Northport and we still have lots to do. Earlier Thursday I ...
Walkers tackle Cow Harbor route weekly
After waking at sunrise, they drove to Northport Harbor, parked their cars and began walking briskly through its sleepy Main ...
Shipbuilding history shaped present-day Northport
Early Wednesday morning, I got a small taste of the Cow Harbor 10K Race. And by that I mean I ...
Even in fog, Northport charm shines
Today is the first of five days I will be spending in the village as part of Newsday’s monthly “Town Focus” series. I will begin my week this morning with a tour of its scenic harbor from Dave Weber of Seymour’s Boatyard, which has a history in the village dating back to 1923.
Northport a step closer to info kiosk
The Village of Northport is a step closer to receiving county funding for an information kiosk that it wants to ...
The history of Northport
The first Europeans known to have seen Northport were Dutch sailors exploring the Long Island coast in 1650. The harbor ...