First, today’s weather:
Colder with clouds and sun. High: 30 Low: 16.
Here are the top 3 stories in North Fork today:
- The Riverhead Police Department is searching for two missing teens described as runaways from Little Flower Children’s Services in Wading River. The department is also requesting the public’s help in locating the two teens, Kiaralyn Delgado, 16, and Autumn Tucker, 14. According to police, they left the Little Flower campus together on Friday, Jan. 7 at approximately 3:20 p.m. (Riverhead Patch)
- Using state funds, Southold plans to replace lead service lines in water distribution systems on Fishers Island, cutting Greenport from the equation. According to town engineer Michael Collins, the state Department of Health granted $611,363 under the Lead Service Line Replacement Program to the town, which did not apply for the funds, a few years ago. (Suffolk Times)
- A missing dog has been brought home safely after it had been missing during last week’s snowstorm. Friends and community members rallied to help find Jax and get him home safely. The searchers drove and walked the village streets trying to spot him. Jax was reportedly spotted on Tasker Lane about 3:30 p.m. and was later found on Saturday night. (North Fork Patch)
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- Southold Jr/Sr High School congratulated student Dylan Newman on being named Sports Person of the Year by The Suffolk Times. “We are incredibly proud of this resilient, strong, and amazing young man. He is an inspiration to all,” wrote the school in a social media post. (Instagram)
- The Cutchogue Fire Department announced its list of 2022 Officers after its annual Department election last month to choose the new Chief and the Assistant Chiefs. (Facebook)
- Participating in “Dry January”? These three North Fork restaurants are serving delicious, alcohol-free mocktails for your enjoyment. (Northforker)
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