More than 1,000 pounds of prescription and over-the-counter medication were safely disposed of through a drop box located at the Riverhead Town Police Department, the Riverhead Community Coalition for Safe and Drug-Free Youth announced Thursday. (more…)
Significant change is underway at Robert James Salon, a downtown Riverhead business that’s been an East Main Street institution since 2005.
The weathered buildings lining much of the Flanders Road commercial district in Riverside, or what remains of it, appear to be listed for sale more than they’re open for business. READ
The winter doldrums are in full force, which means Sean McCabe and fellow East End Emerald Society members are hard at work organizing Jamesport’s third annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
But Mr. McCabe isn’t just helping to plan this year’s event: He’s been selected to lead the parade as its 2016 grand marshal. READ
KATHARINE SCHROEDER PHOTODiane Dunbar outside her Greenport office.
She didn’t relocate to the North Fork full time until the early 2000s, but Diane Dunbar’s memories of the area began taking shape when she was a child, during summers at her family’s East Marion cottage on Peconic Bay. READ
When East End Hospice officials were working with architect Roger Ferris + Partners to design the Kanas Center for Hospice Care, their new Quiogue inpatient facility, they decided it was crucial that the building provide a comfortable, home-like atmosphere. READ
Three of the North Fork’s highest-profile real estate listings offer far more than beachfront estates and sweeping farmland vistas. They offer buyers the opportunity to establish themselves as part of a growing and highly esteemed New York wine region.
Palmer Vineyards and Martha Clara Vineyards, both located on Sound Avenue in Riverhead, have been on the market since 2013 and 2014, respectively. Osprey’s Dominion, located on Main Road in Peconic, is on the market as well. The listings each include the sale of the wineries’ businesses. (more…)
The atmosphere at Riverhead High School’s Charles Cardona Auditorium was dramatic for all the wrong reasons last Sunday afternoon.
There were just five minutes to go before the Blue Masques’ final performance of “Bye Bye Birdie” when a fire alarm sounded around 2 p.m., forcing the building’s nearly 100 occupants outdoors. READ