Greenport’s historic architecture is a modern-day link to the village’s storied past. The buildings illustrate its progression from pre-Revolutionary roots through its commercial peak as a whaling hub into a modern-day working waterfront with a thriving tourism industry. Read more about Greenport’s historic architecture at northforker.com.
As part of the recent efforts to revitalize the Riverside area, Southampton Town sent out a request for proposals last week for engineering and planning companies to design a proposed pedestrian bridge over the Peconic River. The idea for a footbridge was actually suggested last year by Suffolk County Legislator Jay Schneiderman (I-Montauk), whose district includes […]
His audience was a group of Cub Scouts. Their motto: Do your best. And the children did their best to give Riverhead highway patrol officer Dennis Cavanaugh honest answers. “How many mommies and daddies were on the cellphone as they were driving here today?” asked Officer Cavanaugh, who had volunteered to talk to the kids […]