A Cutchogue man with a history of arrests was charged Wednesday night for twice burglarizing a Route 58 business in recent weeks, Riverhead Town police said.
Joseph Reiter Jr., 37, of Cutchogue, who was wanted on New York State parole warrant, was arrested about 10:55 p.m. and charged with two counts of third-degree burglary, a felony, police said.
Jason Tang, left, with David Markel of Southold the morning after they met during a nor’easter last week. (Credit: Joe Werkmeister)
In this week’s edition of our North Fork in the News podcast, we look at one story that spans the globe and another close to home. (more…)
The words enchanting, romantic and serene only begin to describe this $3.7 million Cutchogue dream home. Located in the exclusive Nassau Point neighborhood and boasting a beachfront view, this 1920s-era home is unrivaled in charm and tranquility. Private beach rights put the cherry on top of this retreat.
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The crowd at Harvest East End, held again at McCall Wines in Cutchogue. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
When asked at the food and wine bash Dan’s Harvest East End on Saturday which New York wine was his favorite, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he could not choose.
“We love our wine in New York,” Cuomo said. “I love them all equally.” (more…)
A pair of beer lovers enjoying the day. (Credit: Vera Chinese photos)
Thousands of people sampled brews from as far away as Germany and as near as Greenport at the North Fork Craft, Beer, BBQ & Wine Festival at Peconic Bay Winery on Saturday.
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Douglas Moore (left) and Howard Hovey in July 1964. (Credit: courtesy photo)
• A tribute to the late Howard Hovey will be part of the 35th annual Douglas Moore Music Festival, which will be held Saturday, Aug. 9, on the Cutchogue Village Green. The Atlantic Wind Symphony will perform. (more…)
Zachary Studenroth, president of the Cutchogue New Suffolk Historical Council, notes that the settlers in the 1600′s were quite a bi shorter than now. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch photo)
As you can walk near the library on Main Road in Cutchogue, it’s easy to overlook the collection of buildings scattered, almost haphazardly, on a gentle hill at the nearby Village Green.
But three structures on the green — the old schoolhouse, the Wickham farmhouse and the “Old House” — are much more historic than they seem, offering a glimpse of centuries of North Fork living. (more…)
Nicholas Mazard, director of sales and marketing for Koppert Cress USA, explained that natural fiber is used instead of soil to grow microgreens, enabling the live plant products to arrive at restaurants without bringing ‘dirt into their kitchens.’ (Credit: Carrie Miller)
Picture a full garden’s worth of flavors: sweet corn, beets, sweet peas, arugula, fresh basil and even crisp green apples.
Now picture all of those varieties tiny enough to be pressed together in your fingertips.
This is happening right now on the North Fork, where Koppert Cress USA of Cutchogue is producing microgreens. Each one is packed full of fresh flavor and boasts more nutrition than varieties grown full size. (more…)