05/17/15 2:00pm
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Looking for work? Check out the Times/Review classified section.

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Looking for work, or know someone who is?

Times/Review classifieds offers local companies a place to advertise their job openings each week, and this week close to 70 positions are available from a painter to a line cook to an office assistant.

And for anyone interested in submitting a classified ad, email: classifieds@timesreview.com.

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05/15/15 10:00am

Fishermen Chuck Purificato and Chris James spent each frigid day this winter in a shed off Main Road in Southold, hunched over work tables and warmed only by their heavy coats and the kerosene heater that would spit choking smoke back into the room.

“No water, no nothing,” Mr. Purificato boasts. “All winter! And it was cold this winter, boy.”

He laughs in short, gravelly bursts.


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Their goal behind the madness? To craft Long Island’s best bucktail fishing lures.

Over the decades, Mr. Purificato, 65, has run several tackle shops across Suffolk County, but the other businesses dried up. A store in Ridge was open for years, but closed in 1994. He relocated to do business in Freeport before shutting that down, too.

“Things happened,” Mr. Purificato said. “I got sick — just life in general. It’s the whole nine yards of growing up on Long Island.”

Mr. Purificato holds a new bucktail lure in his hand. The bucktails only take about a minute to make each. (Credit: Paul Squire)

Mr. Purificato holds a new bucktail lure in his hand. The bucktails only take about a minute to make each. (Credit: Paul Squire)

He worked on the side a bit, making lures for friends, and Mr. James, now 48 years old, helped as an apprentice of sorts. Now, the longtime friends have decided to give it one more go and open up another shop.

“I said to Chris, ‘Let’s make a last stand,” Mr. Purificato said. “Let’s make it happen.”

Their newest storefront in Southold, a tiny set of rooms set into an former antique shop, is that last-ditch effort.

“We did it,” Mr. Purificato jokes. “We weathered the storm.”

The pair met, unsurprisingly, while fishing. Mr. James was fishing the Shinnecock Canal when he ran into Mr. Purificato. The two began chatting and Mr. James mentioned that he’d recently purchased a set of lures called Chucks Bucks.

He had no idea that it had been Mr. Purificato who made them.

“That was it,” Mr. James said. “We exchanged numbers, starting talking. We fished every day for, like, the next year.”

Between them, the two have more than 100 years of fishing experience. They joke that they are pirates born hundreds of years too late.

“You take that knowledge and put it into this stuff? It’s a winner,” Mr. James said. “With the amount of knowledge he has, I’m always learning something new.”

“We don’t want to sit in bars,” Mr. Purificato said. “We don’t want to get in trouble. We want to go fishing!”

Mr. Purificato focuses on the task at hand: finishing another lure. (Credit: Paul Squire)

Mr. Purificato focuses on the task at hand: finishing another lure. (Credit: Paul Squire)

Two desks are set up on opposite sides of the small Southold shop. One each one are small clamps and scissors and piles of dyed deer hair. This is what they’ll use to make the bucktails and other lures. Mr. Purificato said it’s the twisting motion he uses when wrapping the hair to the lure that makes his special.

The pair like fishing for fluke, but make bucktails of all sizes.

“We make the big stuff because people need it, but we prefer the smaller stuff,” he said.

Mr. James points to the “most important” decorations on the walls.

One is a sculpture of a bald eagle head perched over the door frame, representing America. The other is an old crucifix, flanked by bucktails hanging from the wall.

Mr. Purificato is a spiritual man himself. He burns sage in an ashtray — it keeps away the evil spirits, he says — and the smoke trails up past his wall of tools.

The men admit they have a way to go to get their shop up and running. But they’ve already churned out hundreds of lures and plan to offer new ones in the future. This fall, they’ll host classes to teach local fishermen how to tie bucktails themselves.

“You’ve gotta start somewhere,” Mr. Purificato said. “We decided to start from the very bottom and build it back up again.”

psquire@timesreview.com

05/12/15 3:08pm
05/12/2015 3:08 PM
Deana Rayburn of North Fork Crunch. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

Deana Rayburn of North Fork Crunch. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

At the Stony Brook Incubator in Calverton, entrepreneurs turn their dreams into reality.

With the mentoring they receive and education in food preparation, they prepare, package and move their products onto store shelves.  (more…)

05/12/15 12:47pm
Check out the 'eat and drink' directory listings here (http://northforker.com/eat-and-drink/)

Check out the ‘eat and drink’ directory listings here (http://northforker.com/eat-and-drink/)

Maybe you’ve noticed some changes to our website in recent weeks. But since the changes haven’t included a total revamping of the website, we figured we’d bring them to your attention since in the end, we’re making the changes to improve the user experience both for our readers and advertisers. (more…)

05/10/15 2:00pm
05/10/2015 2:00 PM
Looking for work? Check out the Times/Review classified section.

Looking for work? Check out the Times/Review classified section.

Looking for work, or know someone who is?

Times/Review classifieds offers local companies a place to advertise their job openings each week, and this week close to 70 positions are available from a painter to a line cook to an office assistant.

And for anyone interested in submitting a classified ad, email: classifieds@timesreview.com.

Check out the listings below:

CHILDCARE WORKERS: F/T, P/T and per diem needed to supervise the daily living activities and ensure
the safety of children in our residential treatment center. Related experience preferred and valid NYS driver’s license required. Little Flower Children and Family Services in Wading River, NY. Send resume, wadingriver-jobs@lfchild.org or fax 631-929-6203. EOE.

CLERK: P/T retail help needed. Saturday 5- 10 p.m., Sunday, noon- 9 p.m. Good customer service skills needed. Must be able to climb stairs. Responsible, reliable individual. Seniors welcome. English-speaking a plus. 917-596-0951.

COUNTER HELP: Year round. Flexible day hours. Will train. Day, 631-765-1642. Night, 631-722-7889.

CUSTOMER SERVICE ASSOCIATE: F/T needed for national maintenance management company
located in Riverhead. Looking for dynamic, organized, self-starter with strong communication skills and PC knowledge. Team-oriented, fast-paced environment. Heavy phones, both incoming and outgoing. Great career opportunity/benefits. Apply online at www.cintas.com/careers Rec# 10160628.

CUSTOMER SERVICE REP.: P/T for well-known HVAC company in Eastern Suffolk. Monday- Friday
schedule. Seasonal weekends according to the needs of the company. Must be flexible with work schedule, have excellent communication skills, above-average math skills, ability to
handle high call volume. Must be able to resolve problems while delivering the highest level of customer service and have geographic knowledge of Southold Town. Bilingual a plus; experience with an HVAC company a big plus. Compensation based on experience. Please include
salary requirements with response. Benefits include medical, dental, AFLAC and 401(k). Forward resume to joseph.longabardi@generalutilities.com

DATA CONTROL CLERK: P/T, Monday- Friday, 9 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. Experience in Excel, Word and general office duties. HS diploma. Little Flower Children and Family Services
in Wading River, NY. Send resume to wadingriver-jobs@lfchild.org or fax 631-929-6203. EOE.

DAY HAB WORKERS: P/T, Monday-Friday. For our program in Wading River. Experience with OPWDD. Little Flower Children and Family Services, Wading River. Send resume, wadingriverjobs@lfchild.org or fax 631-929-6203. EOE.

DELIVERY DRIVER: Immediate. Greenhouse stock, box truck, lift gate. 631-722-5076.

DELIVERY DRIVER: P/T. Stocking shelves. Must be able to lift 70 lbs. frequently. Valid/clean driver’s license. Lighthouse Marine, 631-722-5700, ask for Pat.

DELIVERY DRIVER: Monday and Thursday. North and South Forks. Cutchogue farm. 631-876-5401.

DIRECT CARE WORKERS: P/T and per diem needed to care for developmentally disabled adults in our intermediate care facility in Wading River. Related experience preferred and valid NYS driver’s license required. Little Flower Children and Family Services, Wading River, NY. Send resume, wadingriverjobs@lfchild.org or fax 631-929-6203. EOE.

DISHWASHER: Seasonal. Golf club. Experience preferred. Call Wendy, 631-369-4455 or email Wendy@baitinghollowgolfclub.com

DOCK BUILDER: F/T, year round. Experienced. Driver’s license required. South Shore. Benefits. 516-458-7328.

DOCK STAFF: for Brewer Yacht Yard, Greenport for upcoming season. Call 631-477-9594, ask for Andrew.

DRIVER/WAREHOUSE HELP: Immediate F/T (day hours), positions for wholesale food distributor. Must have valid driver’s license. Knowledge of LI area a plus. Competitive salary/benefits. Apply at Mivila Foods, 347 Burman Boulevard, Calverton, NY. 631-953-6970 or fax 631-953-6933. Mivila Foods is an EOE, m/f/d/v.

DRIVER: F/T. Some morning deliveries require 3 a.m. to airports and NYC. Sales experience, clean driver’s license and job references needed. Must be courteous and punctual. Required to drive Sprinter Van. $15/hour plus commission. Send all qualifications to pbfarm@optonline.net

DRIVERS: F/T, P/T for limousine company. Town cars/stretches. Experience not necessary, will train. All shifts available. English-speaking/writing a plus. All cars are non-smoking. Non-smoking driver preferred. Please call 631-288-7777.

DRIVERS: P/T, F/T. For 14-passenger Mercedes Benz Sprinter. CDLC and regular Class E license. East Wind Limo, 631-902-9621. (S)

ELECTRICIAN’S HELPER: Must have 1- 2 years’ experience, own tools/transportation. 631-252-6581.

FITNESS FACILITY POSITION: Front desk, P/T. Join our award-winning team! Email info@JABSny.com for more information.

FOOD SERVICE POSITIONS: F/T, P/T. Sandwich-making, grilling, short-order cooking, slicing, prepping. Experience a plus. Also salesperson or floor manager for small market. Call 631-323-2580 or email orientcountrystore@gmail.com

FOOD SERVICE: Cook needed for the remainder of this school year and the upcoming year as well. September- June school schedule. Great morning/early afternoon schedule. Great for off-season work and parents are welcome! Food service experience helpful. Must be a reliable and energetic team player. Background check required. Please call 631-477-1950, ext. 1230, for more information or apply online at www.whitsons.com/careersrequisition# 2688.

GAS STATION POSITIONS: P/T. Attendant and cashier. No experience necessary, will train. In Riverhead. 516-459-0180.

GROUNDSKEEPER/MAINTENANCE: Bideawee, a leading pet welfare organization, is seeking maintenance groundskeepers to perform landscaping and maintenance activities for the Pet Memorial Park, other buildings and grounds at their Westhampton site. We offer competitive benefits including health/dental coverage, paid time off, 403(b) and much more. Hourly rates range from $11- $14 based on qualifications and experience. Email resumes to jean.rivera@bideawee.org or call 866-262-8133, ext. 7111.

HAIRCUTTING POSITIONS: Hairstylist and/or barber for a busy established shop in Mattituck. 631-697-8895.

HOME HEALTH AIDE: 3 days/week. Greenport, Must have own transportation. Personal care, cooking, light housework. References. 631-477-2352, leave message or email resume:
lmiller7@optonline.net

INTERNSHIP: For Historic Films, a documentary producer/film archive in Greenport. A commitment of at least 2 days/week for 8 weeks or longer. Unpaid but travel stipend. Send information/resume to anthea@historicfilms.com

IRRIGATION TECHNICIAN/HELPER: Own transportation required. Valid driver’s license. Salary
based on experience. 631-722-8285.

IRRIGATION INSTALLER/SERVICE TECHNICIAN: F/T. Clean driver’s license required. Call Sound
Shore Irrigation, 631-445-0242.

IRRIGATION INSTALLER/SERVICE TECH.: Clean driver’s license required. 631-298-0288.

IRRIGATION SERVICE TECHNICIAN: Established, friendly, irrigation company looking to fill positions for service technician. Responsibilities include customer service and troubleshooting. Competitive salary with room for growth. 5-day work week includes Saturday. Clean driver’s license necessary. 631-830-7043.

LABORER: F/T, CDL required. Salary based on experience. Drug testing required. 631-765-3300.

LANDSCAPE POSITIONS: Must have clean NYS driver’s license. Foreman must have a minimum of 5 years’ verifiable experience managing landscape crew. Opportunity for motivated laborer to get experience and become foreman. Call 631-298-2637, leave message.

LIFEGUARD: Certified. P/T, summer, seasonal. Needed for our residential treatment center in Wading River. License, high school diploma and valid NYS driver’s license. Little Flower Children and Family Services in Wading River, NY. Send resume, wadingriver-jobs@lfchild.org or fax 631-929-6203. EOE.

LINE COOK: F/T. Immediate opening. Some experience or culinary graduate. Call 631-477-8882.

MACHINE OPERATOR/DRIVER: F/T, for East End company. Experienced. CDL Class A or B. Com-­
petitive salary. 631-749-0482.

MARINA HELP: Seasonal. Flexible hours. Boat cleaning and detailing for Shelter Island marina. Email resume to sneedham@chmb.net or call 631-749-0700.

MARITIME PIRATES: Actors, artists and assistants. www.MaritimePirates.com, 631-765-6235.

MARKET/RETAIL HELP: Weekends a must and retirees welcome. Cutchogue farm. 631-876-5401.

MECHANIC: F/T, Monday- Friday. Experienced, valid driver’s license and own tools. Riverhead equipment dealer, construction/agricultural inhouse/road repairs and new equipment setups. Benefits, medical/dental, 401(k), paid vacation, holidays and sick days. Submit resume mwilson@malveseequipment.com 631-369-1147. Fax 631-369-2662.

MECHANIC: P/T or F/T. Experience in farm or construction equipment. Knowledge of basic welding skills a plus. Local business. Please email resume to info@saturfarms.com

MEDICAID SERVICE COORDINATORS: 1 temporary position/1 regular F/T position for our new life program. Bachelor’s degree in a health or human services field plus 1 year’s experience working with people with developmental disabilities. Little Flower Children and Family Services in Wading River, NY. Send resume to wadingriver-jobs@lfchild.org or fax
to 631-929-6203. EOE.

MULTISYSTEMIC THERAPIST: Temporary. Multisystemic Therapy (MST) program. MS/MA in mental health field required. MSW preferred. Little Flower Children and Family Services in Wading River, NY. Send resume to wadingriver-jobs@lfchild.org or fax to 631-929-6203. EOE.

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST: P/T for our residential treatment center program. Master’s level, licensed occupational therapist and valid NYS driver’s license required. Experience with sensory integration rooms and working with developmentally disabled children. Residential experience preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Little Flower Children and Family Services in Wading River, N.Y. Send resume, wadingriver-jobs@lfchild.org or fax 631-929-6203. EOE.

OFFICE ASSISTANT: P/T, including weekends and holidays for limousine company. Non-smoker a
plus, $10/hour. Please call 631-288-7777.

OFFICE ASSISTANT/ADMINISTRATIVE: P/T to start, leading to F/T for the right candidate. For busy Southampton construction company. Insurance, payroll, AP/AR, data entry, etc. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word/Excel, QuickBooks and Sage Master Builder a plus. Email re-­
sume, contact information and wage requirements to Classads@pressnewsgroup.com (Subject: Reply Box 211). (S)

OFFICE HELP: F/T. Experience with filing and billing required. 631-680-5708.

OFFICE HELP/CUSTOMER SERVICE: F/T, P/T entry level position for wholesale food distributor. Ideal candidate needs data entry experience, strong communication skills/able to multi-task. Will train right person. Competitive salary/benefits. Apply at Mivila Foods, 347 Burman Boulevard, Calverton. Fax resumes to 631-953-6933. Mivila Foods is an EOE, m/f/d/v.

OUTDOOR MAINTENANCE: Seasonal. Golf course and landscape experience preferred. Please call Wendy, 631-369-0160 or email Wendy@baitinghollowgolfclub.com

PAINT COMPANY POSITIONS: Foreman, painters, painters’ helpers. High-end East End work. Year
round. Transportation/experience preferred. Salary commensurate with experience. Bob, between 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. 631-461-7098, 631-283-6727. (S)

PAINTERS: All skill levels. Must have valid driver’s license/own vehicle and tools. Arthur Hackert Painting, 631-878-5804.

PAINTERS: Supervisors, crew leaders, foreman. Great pay, year-round work. Text 631-204-8977.

PARALEGAL: F/T. Riverhead law office. Must have land use and zoning experience. Word/Excel with excellent written/verbal communication skills. Travel required; must have own car. 401(k), benefits. Email resume to home@suffolklaw.com

PHYSICAL THERAPIST: F/T. Nursing home experience required. Applicants must have a full understanding of RUG scores, CMI, MDS/HMO requirements. Competitive salary. Great benefits package available. 631-477-2110, ext. 207. Email resume to chulse@sansimeonbythesound.org www.sansimeonbythesound.org

POOL TECHNICIANS: P/T, F/T. Experience a plus but will train. We are looking for someone energetic who is a team player but can work efficiently on his or her own. Valid driver’s license a must. Applicants please contact Jennifer at 631-734-7600.

PREPARED FOOD SHOP/BAKERY POSITIONS: Become part of our new team in Mattituck. We are hiring F/T, P/T counter help, kitchen prep. Year-round positions available. Apply if: eager to learn, friendly, flexible, reliable, customer service oriented, able to work independently. Also, need assistance with farmer’s market; NYS driver’s license required. Kitchen experience preferable, not necessary. Contact alijkatz@gmail.com or Luchi, 516-429-1529.

PSYCHOTHERAPIST: P/T for our youth residential treatment center. Licensed social worker (LMSW) and valid NYS driver’s license required. Bilingual preferred. Little Flower Children and Family Services in Wading River, N.Y. Send resume to wadingriver-jobs@lfchild.org or fax,
631-929-6203. EOE.

REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON: Licensed! All inquiries strictly confidential. Fedun Real Estate, Aquebogue. Deirdre Fedun direct, 631-276-1384.

REAL ESTATE SALES PROFESSIONALS: 5 days/week, weekends mandatory. Exciting opportunity for an experienced sales professional to join our successful onsite team selling beautiful new homes in Suffolk County. Computer skills required. Prior new homes sales experience a plus. Generous compensation including benefits. For consideration, please email resume/cover
letter to hiring_solutions4u@yahoo.com

REFERRAL LIAISON: Temporary through December 2015 for our Bridges to Health program located in Hauppauge. Master’s degree in social work, psychology, or other related field, 1-year experience providing service coordination plus a valid NYS driver’s license required. Little Flower Children and Family Services in Wading River, NY. Send resume to wadingriverjobs@lfchild.org or fax 631-929-6203. EOE.

RESIDENTIAL COUNSELORS: F/T and on call needed to supervise 4 youths with emotional/behavioral disturbances in our Manorville and Islip residences of the teaching family home program. Related experience preferred. HS diploma/GED and valid NYS driver’s license required. Send resume to manorvilletfhp@aol.com or call 631-878-1320. Catholic Charities. EOE.

RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION LABORER: Entry-level position for Schuchart/Dow. Hard-­
working, dependable. Must have reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license. Call John for an interview, 631-512-6608.

RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION CARPENTER: for Schuchart/Dow. Minimum of 5 years’ carpentry experience required. Motivated, dependable, hardworking. Must have reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license. Call John for an interview, 631-512-6608.

RESTAURANT POSITIONS: Servers, bartenders, bussers, hosts, cashiers, line cooks, prep, dishwashers. Must work weekends and holidays, 4-day minimum, 6- 8-hour shifts. Serve/bar, must have experience, will train for other positions. Hiring for April/May- October/December. Busy, seasonal seafood restaurant. Competitive pay. Apply in person Friday- Sunday, noon- 5 p.m. 3225 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, or email Christina.bhc@gmail.com 631-369-3039.

RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT: F/T, May- December. Steady schedule, must work weekends and holi-­
days. Hardworking, outgoing, team-oriented, restaurant/management experience a must. Fast-paced, high-volume seafood restaurant. BOH knowledge a plus. Point of sale/computer skills needed. Must pass background check, 3 references please. Apply in person Friday- Sunday, noon- 5 p.m. 3225 Sound Avenue, Riverhead or email Christina.bhc@gmail.com 631-369-3039.

RESTAURANT HELP: Line cooks and bartenders. Experience a must. References required. 631-276-9367.

RESTAURANT POSITIONS: F/T, P/T. Waitstaff, bussers, host/hostess, bartender, dishwasher/prep. Orient by the Sea, 631-323-2424.

RESTAURANT POSITIONS: Sonoma Grill Riverhead restaurant/bar now hiring! F/T staff needed: bartenders, servers, chef, host/hostess, marketing. Apply in person, Saturday, 5/9, noon- 4 p.m. 300 East Main Street, Riverhead. SonomaGrillEast@gmail.com

RESTAURANT POSITIONS:  F/T, P/T. Experienced bar/waitstaff/kitchen help. Greenport, 631-477-0472.

RESTAURANT POSITIONS: Experienced bartender and line cook needed for busy, fine-dining restaurant on the North Fork. Please call 631-477-4265.

RN: Per diem to work with our youth in the RTC program in Wading River. Little Flower Children and Family Services in Wading River, NY. Send resume to wadingriverjobs@lfchild.org or fax 631-929-6203.

RN: To work with a mature gentleman for day/night shifts in NY and Southampton. Must be flexible, have certification, references, hospital/home care experience. Please fax to Sawyer, 212-398-5557.

SALES ASSOCIATE: F/T, P/T. Experience and knowledge of plant material. Garden center. Call 631-681-5266.

SECRETARY: F/T, temporary. Previous secretarial or clerical experience in human resources. Knowledge of computers, Office and Excel. Valid NYS driver’s license required. Little Flower Children and Family Services in Wading River, NY. Send resume, wadingriverjobs@lfchild.org or fax, 631-929-6203. EOE.

SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT: 35 hours/week. Cornell Cooperative Extension, Riverhead, seeks assistant to provide a wide variety of complex clerical and administrative support for agricultural program. Previous secretarial experience or coursework required. Full bene-­
fits. All applications must be submitted online by 5/7/15. See http://ccesuffolk.org/jobs for link. EOE m/f/d/v

SERVICE MECHANIC: Experienced propane technician with clean CDL license, non-smoker, knowledge of installation required. Salary commensurate with experience. Benefits include: full health insurance, vacation, sick/personal days, bonus, dental, pension. Fax resume with references, 631-749-0411 or email info.piccozzi@gmail.com

SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER: F/T, work school calendar Monday- Friday, 8:15 a.m.- 3:15 p.m. Just Kids Early Childhood Learning Center, Mattituck, is seeking enthusiastic certified preschool special education teacher to work in a preschool environment. Must have N-6 or birth-second grade certification. Contact Joan Faberlle, 631-281-6800 or rhjoannf@optonline.net

STAFF ACCOUNTANT/BOOKKEEPER: for Aquebogue CPA firm. F/T position. Candidate should possess the following qualifications: experience with QuickBooks, payroll/sales tax, write-up/work papers; strong communication skills. Individual/corporate tax return preparation experience a plus. Email resume to mowdy@optonline.net

SUPERMARKET POSITIONS: Deli clerk and butcher. Experience preferred but willing to train. East End location. Pay based on experience. Call Tony or Lynn, 631-477-0101.

TASTING ROOM BARBACKS: Seeking 2 self-motivated, reliable, outgoing team players for barbacks
at Kontokosta Winery in Greenport. Weekend availability is required. Washing glassware, stocking tasting room, inside and outside bars, general bussing and housekeeping. Able to lift 40-50 lbs repeatedly. At least 16 years of age with valid driver’s license. Competitive hourly wage/tips. Cover letter and resume, hello@kontokostawinery.com No phone calls please.

TEACHER ASSISTANTS/AIDES: F/T, 8:45 a.m.- 2:45 p.m., school district calendar, summer optional. For integrated preschool program in Cutchogue. Benefits available. If interested, email rhjoannF@optonline.net

TELEPHONE WORKER: P/T, Monday- Wednesday, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Must work holidays and be available to cover other shifts. Experience required. High School diploma. Little Flower Children and Family Services in Wading River, NY. Send resume to wadingriver-jobs@lfchild.org or fax to 631-929-6203. EOE.

TICKET AGENT: F/T, P/T positions available for Cross Sound Fer-ry. Apply in person. 631-323-2761.

TRUCK DRIVER: for excavation company. Experience and clean CDL required. Hazmat endorsement
a plus but not necessary. Please forward resume to steve@mezynieski.com or fax to 631-204-0606.

ubMARINA FRONT OFFICE: P/T, including most weekends. Mid-May through Labor Day. Seeking energetic person with customer service skills for busy Shelter Island marina. Reservations, sales, phones. Email resume to Nancy, reservations@chmb.net or call 631-749-0700, ext. 10.

WAREHOUSE/DRIVER: F/T. Electrical supply house. Clean license. Benefits. Fax resume, 631-727-0180.

WINE POURER/SERVER POSITION: Weekends and holidays a must, consistent schedule. Experience serving food and pouring wine. Local wine/beer knowledge preferred. TIPS certificate a plus. Now-December employment. Apply in person Friday- Sunday, noon- 5 p.m. 3225 Sound Ave, Riverhead. Christina.bhc@gmail.com, 631-727-9513.

05/08/15 7:00am
05/08/2015 7:00 AM
Sweet Tart owner Myoshi Cambra, right, suggests frozen yogurt toppings to friends Nancy Foth, front, and Nancy Iannucci, background, Thursday. (Credit: Rachel Young photos)

Sweet Tart owner Myoshi Cambra, right, suggests frozen yogurt toppings to friends Nancy Foth, front, and Nancy Iannucci, background, Thursday. (Credit: Rachel Young photos)

Former nurse’s aide Miyoshi Cambra opened Sweet Tart Frozen Yogurt Café in downtown Riverhead for a variety of reasons.

The first? Her entire family is lactose intolerant and the tasty treat is easy on their tummies. The second? She was tired of having to drive to shops in Manorville or Mattituck to satisfy her fro-yo cravings. The third? She thought East Main Street was the perfect spot to establish her first business.

Read more about it on northforker.com

05/06/15 5:48pm
05/06/2015 5:48 PM
A Sonic fast food restaurant has been proposed across from Apple Honda on Route 58 in Riverhead. (Credit: Tim Gannon)

A Sonic fast food restaurant has been proposed across from Apple Honda on Route 58 in Riverhead. (Credit: Tim Gannon)

Another fast food restaurant and another retail store are taking aim at Route 58.

A 1.8-acre site across from Apple Honda on Route 58 has been proposed for a Sonic fast food restaurant with a drive-through window, along with a yet-to-be-determined future retail building. (more…)