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Katharine Schroeder

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Katharine is a writer and photographer who has lived on the North Fork for nearly 40 years, except for three-plus years in Hong Kong a decade ago, working for the actor Jackie Chan. She lives in Cutchogue. Email Katharine

Help the North Fork Animal Welfare League ‘Clear the Shelters’

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NFAWL teams up with NBC 4 New York/WNBC and Telemundo 47/WNJU for the third annual Clear the Shelters event.

North Fork Fire coming to Wading River’s Shoppes at East Wind

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Greenport Fire owners are expanding, offering up a variety of spicy sauces plus cigars and other hot items.

Dining with your dog on the North Fork: what exactly does the law allow?

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A look at what the law says about dining with your furry companion at outdoor restaurants on the North Fork.

To meet growing demand, ELIH expanding its substance abuse and addiction outpatient program, Quannacut

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A $1.6 million state grant will help ELIH relocate its Quannacut outpatient facility in Riverhead, doubling its size, and the program will open a third sober house.

‘Harvest East End’ celebrates roots of the local wine community

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This year's event features over 20 East End wineries and pays tribute to those who started the legacy of the Long Island wine community.

Wading River woman looks back on being crowned first ‘Little Miss Mattituck’

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The Mattituck Chamber of Commerce is asking all former Little Miss and Little Mister Mattitucks to join their 40th anniversary celebration next week.

Coming up: Memorial Day ceremonies and parades on the North Fork

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The North Fork remembers those who paid the ultimate price for our freedom with ceremonies and parades.

Riverhead student thespians snag 19 Teeny Awards nominations

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Students from Riverhead and McGann-Mercy high schools earn a total of 19 nominations for this year's Teeny Awards.

Former home of beloved Riverhead doctor returns to its roots in medicine

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A unique professional space breathes new life into a Riverhead house that once belonged to a beloved doctor.

Antique tractor ride raises money for veteran in need

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The Long Island Antique Power Association held its third annual Ride for a Cause Sunday morning to raise funds for a Marine veteran and his family.
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