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ONLI opera singers return to acoustically charmed sanctuary at St. Paul’s

Nov 8, 2022 | People

Founded in 2004 as an open mic program in Northport Village’s Portofino Café, a low-key “Opera Night” gained quick popularity, growing so fast that, according to local reports, the fire marshal had to issue a code violation…

James LaMantia returns to Northport to unveil latest collection

Oct 24, 2022 | People

Most Northporters have walked by (and maybe inside) LaMantia Gallery on Main Street countless times. The space has been a staple in the Village for 33 years, but who’s behind the name? James LaMantia opened his gallery at age…

The DATF wants you: As Color Run approaches, a call for volunteers to join in spreading awareness

Oct 19, 2022 | People

Linda Oristano is a woman on a mission. Well, many missions. She’s quick to explain how a fentanyl strip works, and has a box full of overdose rescue kits in her car. She’s friendly, witty, and working hard to change the…

NIOT Northport holds third annual park event, with uplifting message of commUNITY

Oct 18, 2022 | People

Not In Our Town (NIOT) Northport held its third annual outdoor event on Sunday, October 16 in Cow Harbor Park in Northport Village. Hundreds of Northport-East Northport residents attended the event, which had representatives…

Community rallies in support of family after father killed by stray bullet

Oct 14, 2022 | People

Word of the horrific news spread quickly: East Northport resident Paul Kutz had been killed by a stray bullet at a Courtyard Marriot hotel in Poughkeepsie, New York on October 2, the victim of a random act of violence. The…

Local tour: Halloween enthusiasts committed to making memorable neighborhood displays

Oct 12, 2022 | People

In July, Keri Lambertus began soliciting donations on the local “Buy Nothing” Facebook group for an upcoming Halloween display at her East Northport home. She asked for dark table settings (champagne flutes, goblets, plates…

Excursions: Go back in time with Edward Lange’s Long Island

Oct 8, 2022 | People

While living on Long Island between 1870 and 1889, Edward Lange painted and sketched homesteads, storefronts, railroad depots, and harbors across Long Island, including scenes from Northport, with precision and accuracy.…

Mom of five diagnosed with pancreatic cancer; GoFundMe launched to support her family

Oct 7, 2022 | People

Last month the Northport resident, wife and mother of five children was diagnosed with inoperable stage 4 pancreatic cancer. Her sister, Peggy Donovan Ward, started a fundraiser to help assist Mary and her family. Peggy gave…

Local candidates for general election; vote on Tuesday, November 8

Oct 5, 2022 | People

Election day is Tuesday, November 8, with early voting beginning on October 29. Below is a list of the local candidates that will be on the ballot when Northport-East Northport residents vote, and a brief description of their…

Northport photographer creates tarot card imagery inspired by his sleep paralysis

Oct 4, 2022 | People

At just seven years old, Nicolas Bruno began to suffer from sleep paralysis, a disorder that renders a person’s body immobile while the mind is awake and, at times, acutely aware. Sleep paralysis episodes are often…

From inspired to inspirational, Shelby Stillwagon is newest member of Village police department

Oct 3, 2022 | People

Shelby Stillwagon is one of the newest members of the Northport Village Police Department, hired as a full-time officer last month. Her placement has fulfilled a dream she’s had since the fifth grade and comes after many year…

Calling student musicians: Northport Symphony offering scholarships with performance opportunities

Oct 2, 2022 | People

A new student scholarship program, created by the Northport Symphony Orchestra (NSO), will soon offer three music students the chance to perform with the orchestra and earn a $500 scholarship. Each scholarship winner will…

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