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…)
The Jamesport Fire Department. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch, file)
The Jamesport Fire Department is receiving nearly $25,000 in federal funding to purchase of new gear for firefighters. (more…)
There’s much to love about food from Lombardi-owned eateries and markets. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
Mattituck’s Love Lane business community is abuzz after a sign posted in the former Love Lane Market’s window Monday advertised the coming of “Lombardi’s Market at Love Lane” to the location. (more…)
Former baykeeper Kevin McAllister at the wheel on the water. (Credit: Courtesy photo)
After he was ousted from the Peconic Baykeeper program in March, ex-president Kevin McAllister now has his own group devoted to protecting Long Island waters.
Following a 16-year run with the advocacy group, Mr. McAllister founded Defend H2O last month with former East End business owner Skip Tollefsen and environmental consultant Mike Bottini. (more…)
Bank employees and Supervisor Scott Russell (center) celebrated the opening of Bridgehampton National Bank’s new location in Mattituck. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
With hot dogs, ice cream and two supersized pairs of scissors, Bridgehampton National Bank employees celebrated the grand reopening with a ribbon cutting at its new Main Road location Thursday. (more…)
Michael Hubbard is cheered as he makes his way onto the stage at Riverhead High School’s graduation ceremony Saturday morning. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk)
Hundreds of friends and family members packed the sidelines of Riverhead High School’s football field Saturday morning to watch members of the Class of 2014 receive their diplomas.
The outgoing seniors shared hugs and tears, reminiscing on the past triumphs and tragedies that shaped their education. (more…)
Amberlynn Fountaine (right) and her mother Lyn posed for a photo at graduation Saturday. The family’s home was destroyed by a fire Thursday and Amberlynn’s father, Tracey, is at Stony Brook University Medical Center. (Credit: Cyndi Murray}
Amberlynn Fountaine would have preferred staying by her father’s side at his Stony Brook University Medical Center room Saturday morning. Instead, she fulfilled his dream of watching her receive her diploma along with the rest of her peers graduating Riverhead High School. (more…)
A house for sale in Cutchogue. (Credit: MLSLI)
State lawmakers passed a tax break for first-time homebuyers in Southold Town last week, exempting them from paying the 2 percent Community Preservation Fund tax on mortgages.
But don’t expect the same in Riverhead anytime soon.