CARRIE MILLER PHOTO | The crowd dances along to last August’s concert at Martha Clara Vineyards.
Nile Rodgers, the Grammy Award-winning producer and recording artist who participated in last year’s “All for the East End” concert at Martha Clara in Riverhead, is planning another music festival at that location this August, separate from AFTEE. (more…)
The Riverhead Town Board discussed a proposed three-day music festival at Marta Clara vineyard and downtown Riverhead at its work session on Thursday, and also discussed, but came to no conclusion on, the fate of the Second Street firehouse.
To read more about what was discussed at Thursday’s work session, click below to read a recap of reporter Tim Gannon’s live blog of the meeting.
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Highway Department maintenance mechanic Michael Zaleski, second from right, was presented with Riverhead Town’s 2013 Employee of the Year award at the Feb. 19, 2013 Town Board meeting. His wife, Kim, and son Ryan are pictured beside him. (Credit: Tim Gannnon)
In a winter filled with seemingly non-stop snow storms, it’s fitting that Riverhead Town’s employee of the year award goes to a guy who fixes snow plows, among other things. (more…)
Montauk Captain Bruce Bethwith is one of about 35 fishermen working with Dock to Dish initiative, whose founders have announced a new pickup location on the North Fork. (Credit: Dock to Dish, courtesy)
Once focused on the farm-to-table movement, community-supported agriculture has evolved into a model aimed at benefiting the East End’s long-struggling commercial fishing industry by making it possible to bring a harvester’s fresh catch directly from the dock to the dinner plate.
Timothy Saunders. (Credit: Suffolk County Police Department)
A 23-year-old Calverton man was arrested Tuesday night for spray painting graffiti on a wall in Port Jefferson Village last month with the tag “Timothy of the Seven Seas,” according to a Suffolk County police press release.
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Social networking giant Facebook has vowed to help put a stop to illegal gun sales initiating on its social media sites, officials announced at a press conference Wednesday.
Facebook, which also owns the picture sharing platform Instagram, has agreed to remove posts by users who are trying to skirt gun laws and sell firearms illegally, said Monika Bickert, Facebook’s head of global policy management. (more…)
The Long Island Aquarium announced its April lineup, which is filled with family-friendly events. Check it out on northforker.com.