Roughly a week after town officials discussed condemning the vacant former Sears building and three nearby buildings on East Main Street, the properties have been sold, owner Shelley Gordon confirmed Friday afternoon. READ
Riverhead has long been compared to Patchogue in the eyes of many, heralded as the next area in Suffolk to blossom into a fully revitalized and vibrant downtown.
Well, keep the comparisons coming. READ
A short message on its Facebook page was all that alerted customers to the fact that Avo Mexican Grill in Wading River was no more.
“If you were wondering why Avo was closed tonight … Yes, the location is under renovations. We were approached with an opportunity which we accepted. We wish the new owners the best of luck! Thank you for your patronage!”
To find out more about the new restaurant taking Avo’s place, read more on northforker.com.
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People with cell phones and digital cameras in hand eagerly tried to find space at Hanff’s Boatyard in Greenport Friday evening to get a perfect view of the Invader, a new yacht 18 months in the making, as it was christened and launched for the first time.
“It’s amazing and pretty surreal,” said Mike Javidi, one of the five men who built the yacht. (more…)
Seated in a booth flipping through a large binder bursting with old pictures, brochures and menus, Tony Meras, the 80-year-old former owner of the Star Confectionery, and his 48-year-old son Anthony, the diner’s current owner, recently reminisced about the 95 years the business has been located on Main Street in Riverhead.
As they thumbed through memorabilia, the father and son were stopped several times by loyal customers who wanted to catch up by saying hello. Some of these patrons swing by the diner almost daily; others, only a handful of times a year. But all are treated the same way — as friends. (more…)
The Suffolk Times was named a finalist Thursday for the National Newspaper Association Award for General Excellence.
The winner will be announced Oct. 3 at a reception in St. Charles, Mo., though the paper is guaranteed at least a third place finish in its circulation category.
The award was one of seven given to Times Review Media Group when the NNA announced the winners of its 2015 Better Newspaper Contest Thursday morning. (more…)