In October 1999, Alex and Louisa Hargrave greeted Marco and Ann Marie Borghese upon the sale of their vineyard with this heartfelt greeting. The message remains poignant today. (Credit: Judy Ahrens, file)
Several years back we sent a young reporter to Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery to interview owners Marco and Ann Marie Borghese for a profile.
When she returned, she couldn’t stop talking about how nice they were.
“Marco is the sweetest, nicest man I’ve ever met,” she said.
Those words have been repeated many times this week as members of the East End community mourned both Marco, who was killed Monday in an automobile accident on Route 25A in Wading River, and Ann Marie, who died a week earlier following a battle with cancer.
A Cutchogue man was arrested on drug charges early Monday morning after police found him in possession of a crack pipe and an amount of crack cocaine during a 6 a.m. traffic stop in Flanders, Southampton Town police said. (more…)
A view of Peonic Bay from Mattituck beach. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch, file)
County officials will be joining local farmers and environmentalists in Cutchogue Monday morning to urge the federal government to help fund projects aimed at restoring Long Island Sound and the Peconic Estuary. (more…)
‘Village Scene by Whitney M. Hubbard. (Credit: Southold Historical Society)
Southold Historical Society will host its annual art auction Saturday, April 26, at Castello di Borghese Vineyard in Cutchogue. A preview will begin at 6 p.m., followed by bidding at 7.
Current local artists whose work will be offered include John Crimmins, Laura Westlake, Dominick DiLorenzo, Jada Rowland, Lee Cleary and Barbara Zegarek. Local artists from the past include Caroline M. Bell, Whitney M. Hubbard, Albert Latham, Otto J. Kurth and Franklin G. Brooks. (more…)
Jill Schroeder leading a Zumba class at her former JABS studio in Mattituck. (file photo)
The East End Women’s Network is honoring North Fork fitness instructor Jill Schroeder as their 2014 “Woman of the Year.” (more…)
Keeping fun in the game is part of the plan for the owners of Cedars Golf Course, Tim McManus, left, and Paul Pawlowski. (Credit: Jay Dempsey)
When I was in seventh grade back in the 1950s, it was my dream to own a transistor radio and a new set of golf clubs. The modest earnings from my Long Island Press newspaper route put my wish list items on hold.
Paul Pawlowski had a dream when he was in seventh grade of one day owning something far more grand than a radio and a set of golf clubs. (more…)
Tucked away down a long private drive, this Cutchogue dream home awaits. The property boasts sweeping views of East Creek on a parcel just shy of three acres.
More photos and details on northforker.com
Ultra Motion owner Sean Rodger prepares an actuator for a test rig last week at the company’s headquarters in Cutchogue. (Photo by Rachel Young)
In a modestly sized office at the intersection of Route 48 and Cox Lane in Cutchogue, seven men are helping to advance the way in which deep-sea robots and space aircraft do their jobs.