Precious Pups in Calverton was shutdown by authorities for selling sick dogs. (Cyndi Murray photo)
A Calverton animal shelter in court for reportedly selling sick dogs to its customers and failing to offer proper health records of the animals had a future shipment of dogs put on hold by a Suffolk judge on Wednesday, despite objections from the company’s lawyer that the move unfairly implicates the company of guilt.
However the dogs currently there will be allowed to stay on site.
Authorities have shut down Precious Pups Rescue in Calverton for allegedly selling sick dogs. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
State authorities have shut down a dog adoption center in Calverton for allegedly selling sick dogs.
Mattituck resident Teresa McCaskie talking with an FAA representative at Monday night’s meeting. (Credit: Jennifer Gustavson)
Frustrated by years of incessant helicopter flights over their homes and summer homes, more than 200 citizens showed up at a forum Monday night in Southold to demand real solutions to what’s become a huge problem in the otherwise quiet hamlets that dot the North Fork: noise pollution. (more…)
Hoping to develop a community-based plan to combat noise created by helicopters flying over homes in Southold Town, the board has scheduled a public forum for Monday, Aug. 11. (more…)
Tick committee members meeting in Riverside on Wednesday. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
Suffolk County’s newly formed tick advisory committee was thrown a curveball after its first meeting Wednesday when members learned they might only have a month and half to continue their work.
The 12-member panel has been tasked with helping the county’s vector control division establish a plan to reduce tick-borne diseases across the county. Following the meeting, however, it was learned that that legislation creating the group calls it to be disbanded in October, when vector control is expected to submit a recommendation report to the county. (more…)
Employee Barbara Zimnoski in the new Long Island Cauliflower showroom, which has a large selection of Dramm professional watering tools, sprinklers and hoses. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
When it was founded in 1901, the Long Island Cauliflower Association existed solely to market and sell cauliflower throughout the region.
But as times changed, so did LICA, which eventually expanded its agriculture business to serve different types of farmers. (more…)
Lombardi’s Market at Love Lane is scheduled to open by the fall. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
Mouths are watering in anticipation of the opening of Lombardi’s Market at Love Lane —and the good news is you won’t have to wait too long to dig in to their famous Italian specialty foods.
Read all about it on northforker.com
Imported Italian porcelain tile installed last winter by farmer Paul Reeve at Bayview Farm Market in Aquebogue. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
The mere mention of imitation wood or stonework are enough to make some people cringe.
With memories still fresh of 1970s and ’80s-era linoleum floors, peel-and-stick “brick” and faux wood wall paneling, you can’t blame people for wanting to install only real wood and stone when designing their own homes today. (more…)