The crowd at Rotary Uncorked. (Credit: Vera Chinese photos)
As a corporate sponsor of the Riverhead Rotary, we at northforker and our parent company Times Review Media Group would like to give a big thank you to everyone who made Rotary Uncorked a success for 2015. The annual event is a fundraiser and this year’s recipients were local food pantries. (more…)
Bridget Fleming, Jay Schneiderman, and Anna Throne-Holst.
A game of political musical chairs is taking place in Southampton Town.
Where the public servants will end up, nobody knows — however where they’re trying to end up is becoming evident. (more…)
Juanita Devlin behind the cash register at her store Thursday morning. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
A longtime Riverhead business will lock its doors for the final time Saturday.
Fisherman’s Deli, which first opened on West Main Street in 1981 as a place for fishermen to load up on food and supplies before hitting the open water, has been sold. (more…)
The Riverhead Town Board is discussing the return of the JumpstArt event to downtown Riverhead in August, as well as Sunday’s Community Mosaic street painting fair with Pat Snyder of East End Arts at its work session on Thursday morning.
The board is also talking about the ongoing Brownfields Opportunity Area grant study in downtown, the sale of the East Lawn building, and the status of another vacant building the town owns on East Avenue.
Also, management training in First Aid and CPR is scheduled to be discussed.
The work session started at 10 a.m. and News-Review reporter Tim Gannon is blogging live.
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Live Blog Riverhead Town Board work session 05-21-2015
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URT owner John Catsimitedes
United Riverhead Terminal owner John Catsimatidis and vice chair Nelson Happy said there are several large projects they are considering in Riverhead Town, but they also said “a pro business environment is very helpful” for those projects to move forward. (more…)
The Riverhead BID says its isn’t interested in the Guardian Angels. (Credit: Tim Gannon)
The Riverhead Business Improvement District voted against a plan to bring the Guardian Angels to the downtown area at its meeting Wednesday night.
The Riverhead Town Board held a public hearing on the proposed zoning for the Enterprise Park at Calverton Wednesday evening, and on proposed weight limits for Twomey Avenue in Calverton, which residents say large oil trucks have been using.
The board was also expected to vote on a resolution to hire Cushman and Wakefield, a large commercial real estate firm, to market EPCAL for the town.
The board interviewed Cushman and Wakefield and another firm, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, last Thursday. (more…)
A Plum Island preservation advocacy group told the Southold Town Board Tuesday it intends to move forward with a lawsuit against two federal agencies it alleges have failed to protect endangered species living there. (more…)