Triple Five Group, which owns a controlling interest in Calverton Aviation & Technology, the company that’s hoping to buy 1,640 acres of town-owned land at Enterprise Park at Calverton for $40 million, is now hoping to start another aviation business nearby. (more…)
Jamesport Vineyards has applied for a special permit to legalize an existing outdoor pizza oven and to establish a 49-seat pizza bistro in the same structure as its winery and accessory tasting room. READ
Less than a year after Jill Schroeder opened a second JABS fitness center on Route 58 in Riverhead, she has closed it. Its last day of operation was Saturday, May 12.
Ms. Schroeder, mother of a 3-year-old, said she jumped at the opportunity to expand the business, but found it difficult to balance her time between two locations and a young family. The Riverhead JABS (Joining Active Bodies Studio) opened in September. READ
Listings prepared for Times Review Media Group by Suffolk Research Service, dated March 19-25, 2018. (more…)
The smell of fried chicken filled the air during Spicy’s BBQ grand reopening Thursday as dozens lined up for the meal they’ve been missing since the landmark West Main Street restaurant suddenly closed April 24. READ
Nancy Kouris, founder of Blue Duck Bakery, is being honored by the East End Women’s Network with its Woman of the Year award.
Since she and her husband, Keith, opened their bakery in Southampton 19 years ago, it has expanded to three additional locations, in Greenport, Southold and Riverhead. She now serves as president of the company; Kouris is the master baker. READ
The wait is over.
Spicy’s BBQ in Riverhead announced on Facebook Wednesday night it will hold a “grand re-opening” at 11 a.m. Thursday. READ
Jason and Samantha Nagorski see opportunity in downtown Wading River.
The couple recently opened R.E.N. Design Company in the long vacant Wading River Garage. The arrival of R.E.N — along with North Tavern, soon to open in the former Amarelle restaurant space — marks the first time in nearly two decades that all storefronts in the historic business district are occupied. READ