The entrance to Calverton Links, which was recently purchased by a new owner. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
The Calverton Links golf course, which has been closed since last October, has a new owner.
A group called Bashi Calverton Links LLC, headed by developer Parviz Farahzad, purchased the 126-acre property on Edwards Avenue on May 30 for $3.5 million, according to county records. (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…)
Hundreds of people visited Lavender By the Bay over the weekend to see — and smell — the East Marion farm’s French lavender. (Credit: Jennifer Gustavson)
When Lavender By the Bay announced over the Fourth of July weekend its French lavender crop was blooming, the magnificent occurrence — coupled with beautiful weather — is a combination the farmers believed could draw a crowd.
But more visitors than in previous years descended into the East Marion farm to see — and smell — the bloom, including many Asians from New York City. (more…)
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The site of the accident in January. (Credit: Joseph Pinciaro)
A Southold man who was killed by falling industrial equipment in Mattituck in January was not wearing a hard hat at the time and hadn’t received training about construction dangers, according to findings of a federal investigation into the accident.
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…)
The Greenport Harbor Brewing Co.’s Peconic location as it appeared last month. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
Cheers! Greenport Harbor Brewing Company’s new Peconic location will open tomorrow Friday, July 4, at noon for its first public tasting.
The new 13,000-square-foot Main Road brewery is the largest of its kind of the North Fork.
Read more at northforker.com
Columnist James Varney believes intellectual diversity might not be welcome thing on Long Island’s East End.
Does the Hyatt Place hotel in Riverhead have lefty-leaning computers in its lobby?
That’s what a columnist from New Orleans is claiming after he stayed there recently and found that the guest computers in the hotel’s lobby blocked websites he considered to be conservative leaning.
Yet the computers freely allowed more liberal leaning sites, he wrote.