Jim and Barbara Cromarty arrived at Riverhead Raceway on a beautiful August morning Saturday, the couple wearing matching NASCAR official shirts, just as they have on so many summer days. For nearly four decades, the couple has been a fixture at the last remaining race track on Long Island. READ
Under the ownership of Jim and Barbara Cromarty for the past 31 years, Riverhead Raceway is apparently being sold to TS Haulers owner Ed Partridge. READ
Paumanok Vineyards took home the Winery of the Year Award at the 2015 New York Wine and Food Classic marking the third year in a row a Long Island wine producer has won the coveted prize. READ
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The Meeting House Creek Inn restaurant in Aquebogue is slated for some changes and possibly a new name and tenant.
To the great displeasure of anti-tourism curmudgeons, it appears Suffolk County is becoming even more popular as a vacation destination. READ
Two days after a stabbing was reported at an East Main Street establishment, Riverhead Town authorities shut it down yesterday, saying the business was operating without proper permits. In the wake of several violent incidents there, the town is also working on making sure the business doesn’t get its liquor license renewed.
The long-bearded men behind Long Beard Brewing Company have moved one step closer toward their dream of opening a brewery in downtown Riverhead.