The Riverhead Town Board informally approved the use of $50,000 to fix and reopen the town skateboard park in Stotzky Park at its work session on Thursday. The skateboard park has been closed indefinitely for more than a year because officials felt it was too dangerous until the repairs can be done . READ
The Riverhead Town Board approved a ban last week on 24-hour operations in three zoning districts, including where a 7-Eleven is proposed in Aquebogue. READ
Verderber’s Nursery acquired 45 acres of land off Sound Avenue in Northville that will be used to plant nursery stock, including a variety of native plants that are already plentiful on the property. READ
We know it’s a question that has sometimes kept you awake at night: Does that water body in Aquebogue, which runs north and south of Peconic Bay Boulevard — the one they call Cases Creek — supposed to be spelled with an apostrophe or not? READ
Site of proposed 7-Eleven in Aquebogue
An attorney representing 7-Eleven said a proposed ban on 24-hour operations in certain parts of town is illegal and would not withstand a legal challenge. READ
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.