It took about 11 years, but Cases Creek in Aquebogue has finally been dredged.
“I’ve waited a long time for this,” said Aquebogue resident Jack Hansen. READ
Hampton Coffee Co. unveiled a fourth store on Sunday morning with a ribbon cutting ceremony at its new Aquebogue location.
It is the first North Fork storefront for the company, which operates in Southampton, Water Mill and Westhampton Beach. READ
Update 8 p.m. Friday: Christopher O’Brien pled not guilty to one charge of DWI Friday morning in First District Court in Central Islip, according to Bob Clifford, a spokesman for Suffolk County District Attorney Tom Spota.
The fourth Hampton Coffee location and first on the North Fork is expected to open in the next few weeks, the CEO said. READ
Peconic Community School in Aquebogue has a new teacher who’s a familiar face to most of the staff.
Shannon Timoney is the private school’s new upper primary teacher, whose class includes students in grades 4 through 6. She previously taught for eight years at the Ross School in East Hampton. READ
In the crisp air of a September afternoon, 15-year-old Christian Shackel and his father, Matt, can easily pick up and flip the wooden skeleton in their Aquebogue front yard. But soon enough, once Christian adds six more sheets worth of plywood, fiberglass and an engine, the 18-foot handmade work skiff won’t be quite as easy to lift. READ
Jamesport Fire Department’s Long Island Sound to Peconic Bay 10K/5K Run is just around the corner! You can still take advantage of the pre-registration price ($25) as long as you register by Aug. 15. (more…)