Less than two years after it opened, Consignment Galore on East Main Street downtown will close its doors next month as the owners open a new store, tentatively titled The Black Whale, in Aquebogue. READ
Happy birthday to my eldest daughter, Anna! Today she is a quarter of a century old! It was wonderful to see you last weekend to celebrate your birthday. Have fun celebrating with your friends in D.C. (more…)
The small hamlet of Aquebogue is starting to gain national recognition — for being one of the top 10 most difficult U.S. cities to spell.
According to King Digital Entertainment, the company that conducted the survey, 56 percent of participants couldn’t correctly spell Aquebogue. On average, 64 percent of those who participated misspelled the entirety of the top-10 list. (more…)
If you haven’t visited Jamesport Meeting House’s website in a while, you should check it out (jamesportmeetinghouse.org). The updated website is really quite lovely and user-friendly. The photos are awesome and the information and history of this local treasure is wonderful. The best feature is that you can now purchase all event tickets from the website. The next musical event is just around the corner. (more…)
Happy birthday/congratulations go out to some younger members of the community. First, congratulations to the Palmer family on the birth of Kellen Robert Palmer, born May 11, weighing 7 pounds 8 ounces and measuring 20 1/4 inches. (more…)
An Aquebogue man was arrested Friday morning for committing several residential burglaries dating back to last fall, Riverhead Town police said. (more…)
The last time Bryan Sabatella played baseball on Long Island with any regularity was in 2002. Then a 17-year-old senior at Shoreham-Wading River High School, he was a key player on a county championship-winning team. (more…)
Spring has sprung!
Volunteers have been diligently working to get Hallockville Museum Farm cleaned up in time for their busy spring season! The annual Spring Tea is this Friday, April 24, from 1 to 3 p.m. A beautiful assortment of delectable savories, sweets and teas will be served in the historic Naugles Barn, to be decorated this year with a display of hand-hooked rugs by local craftspeople; the tables will be adorned with vintage tablecloths and tea sets. (more…)