To the editor:
Fifteen years ago, my husband and I discovered Baiting Hollow and its bluffed sound beaches through a rental. Several years later we decided to invest in the area by buying a home in Baiting Hollow, including beach steps to a deeded beach as part of our lovely community. READ
Investigators are searching for a suspect in a home invasion on Sound Avenue in Baiting Hollow early Saturday morning, according to a Riverhead Town police press release. READ
An 87-year-old woman accidentally hit the gas and crashed her minivan through a home on Cottage Road in Baiting Hollow Tuesday night, Riverhead Town police said. READ
Suffolk County and Riverhead Town police are asking for the public’s help identifying the suspect involved in a theft that took place at a Baiting Hollow restaurant June 15.
Joseph Tandy’s life was based on service. The Mattituck native was a veteran of Operation: Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, where his efforts to repair emergency evacuation helicopters helped save dozens of lives.
As an Air Force reservist, he worked full-time in Westhampton to maintain the reserve’s helicopters. READ
On Saturday morning, family and friends will say goodbye to longtime volunteer Riverhead football coach Paul DeCabia during a funeral mass at St. John the Evangelist R.C. Church in Riverhead.
Soon after, many of Coach DeCabia’s former players will pay their respects to the coach, who died Sunday, in a way only the Blue Waves football family could.
They’ll bring his cremated remains back to the football field and ring the victory bell in his honor.
Jack Van de Wetering and his son Kurt in a climate controlled greenhouse area that they would modify to grow medical marijuana. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
The East End would be hard-pressed to find a more respected farmer and concerned community member than Jack Van de Wetering to be the face of a possible medical marijuana operation. (more…)
Kurt Van de Wetering at Ivy Acres in 2011. (Credit: Jen Nuzzo file)
If Jack and Kurt Van de Wetering have their way, the first medical marijuana plants in Suffolk County will grow in a 30,000-square-foot greenhouse at their Baiting Hollow farm next January. (more…)