Even the best-laid plans can run into unexpected hiccups.
Chris Court of Manorville arrived Monday morning at Neptune Feed & Saddlery in Calverton with two neighbors who had helped with a fund-raiser for a nearby horse rescue. The plan, meticulously organized by Ms. Court, was to surprise the owners of North Shore Horse Rescue with 1,500 pounds of donated horse feed. READ
A man is in critical condition after he lost consciousness and went into cardiac arrest at a sand and gravel pit in Baiting Hollow Tuesday afternoon, according to Riverhead Town police. READ
A proposed settlement of an eight-year-old lawsuit filed by Riverhead Town against the owners of Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard was rejected by the Town Board last month in a split vote. Board members couldn’t agree as to whether a judge’s July 10, 2017, ruling in that case was in their favor or not. READ
With chalk in hand, six women walked up to the wooden plank before them and wrote one or two words that described how they were feeling in the present moment.
Terms like “on hold,” “stuck” and “brokenhearted” were among the scribbled phrases.
I’m Sharon Rubin Levine, one of the owners of Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard and one of the founders of Baiting Hollow Farm Horse Rescue. READ
Walking over the small yellow bridge onto a short woodland path off Terry Farm Road in Baiting Hollow, visitors twist and turn around trees festooned with bird feeders.
A woman believed to be in her 80s escaped serious injury after striking a utility pole on Warner Avenue, causing her car to flip onto its side Monday morning in Baiting Hollow, according to Riverhead Town police. READ