Calverton is one step closer to a new Dunkin’ Donuts.
The Riverhead Town Planning Board on Thursday approved a site plan application to convert an existing auto repair shop into a Dunkin’ Donuts where there is also an existing gas station and accessory convenience store near the intersection of Routes 25 and 25A.
Riverhead firefighters saved six chickens from imminent death in Calverton Sunday morning when their chicken coop went up in flames. READ
Riverhead Town has made public the proposed contract for the $40 million sale of about 1,600 acres of town land at the Enterprise Park at Calverton to Calverton Aviation & Technology, a jointly-owned venture between Luminati Aerospace LLC and Triple Five Ventures Co. LLC. (more…)
A Calverton couple who lost everything when their mobile home was destroyed by fire Wednesday is trying to get back on their feet thanks to the generosity of others. A GoFundMe page, started by a family friend soon after the blaze, has already raised over half its goal of $10,000. (more…)
Riverhead Fire Department volunteers battled a blaze that destroyed a mobile home in Calverton Wednesday morning. READ
A majority of the Riverhead Town Board now plans to vote in favor of scheduling a “qualified and eligible sponsor” hearing for Luminati Aerospace, which is seeking to buy approximately 1,700 acres of land from the town at the Enterprise Park at Calverton for $40 million. READ
Ben Conard inside the kitchen at the business incubator in Calverton. (Credit: Krysten Massa)
Ben Conard, a 23-year-old entrepreneur, is creating a product at the Stony Brook University Incubator at Calverton that does more than taste good. His company, Five North Chocolate, produces sweets with a message that reaches far beyond Long Island. (more…)
The developers of a proposed addiction research and treatment center at the Enterprise Park at Calverton are seeking a 20-year payment in lieu of taxes agreement that would save the company an estimated $23 million in taxes over the length of the arrangement. READ