The Suffolk County Legislature passed a bill Thursday that would require dry cleaners to post signs around their store detailing what chemicals they use to wash clothes, a step advocates said would let customers see which methods are “greener” for the environment. READ
A proposed 50,340-square-foot, 10-to-12-screen multiplex movie theater at the site of the former Walmart on Route 58 was unanimously approved by the Suffolk County Planning Commission Wednesday.
Just likes bacon bits are tiny pieces of meat, Bits the micro pig is an ultra-petite porker. READ
Sean Nethercott’s longtime appreciation for architecture and construction made his decision to enter the real estate field in 2010 an arguable no-brainer. The New Suffolk resident’s background as a business owner further sealed the deal.
After three years of hosting trading card tournaments and miniature tabletop wargaming matches, The War Store hobby shop in downtown Riverhead is taking its battles elsewhere. READ
The restaurant resurgence continues in Riverhead with Monday’s opening of the new Pulaski Street Grille.
After 26 years in Aquebogue, former Meeting House Creek Inn owner Tom Drake has made the move to Polish Town. READ
Light-filled, airy and luxurious are just a few adjectives that come to mind when describing The Reserve at Baiting Hollow, a fully renovated condominium complex overlooking Long Island Sound.
Some people pass down family heirlooms to their relatives, like an old watch, a piece of furniture or a lacy dress. READ