The Riverhead Town Board on Wednesday authorized Supervisor Laura Jens-Smith to execute a “community benefit agreement” with sPower Solar that will give the town over $1 million for a variety of projects.
The Riverhead Town Board on Tuesday awarded four contracts Tuesday for construction related to $10.5 million Calverton Sewer District upgrade.
A Germany-based company that sold a $147,000 machine to Luminati Aerospace in 2016 has filed a federal lawsuit alleging Luminati failed to pay the final $91,000 owed and failed to return or disclose its location once the payments stopped, according to court documents filed April 10 in the Eastern District Court of New York.
A public hearing was held last Thursday on a proposed industrial subdivision on an 8.76-acre property in Calverton.
The applicants, RGR Ventures, filed the subdivision application in July 2018 seeking to split the parcel, at the northeast corner of Middle Country and Manor roads, into four lots. One would be 141,959 square feet and the other three would be 80,000 square feet each.
In 1999, Mark Miller sat down with his father, Jim, and came up with terms under which he would buy Miller Environmental Group, a business Jim Miller had started 28 years earlier. That year, the business had 60 employees, with headquarters in Calverton and five other offices in two states. READ
The former Long Island Beagle Club property in Calverton will soon be home to the Warrior Ranch Foundation, an organization that works for veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. READ
As physical education teacher Robert Cook blows his whistle, children scatter throughout the Riverhead Charter School gymnasium. It’s their signal to separate into pairs as they prepare for double track cup attack, a game where students run laps to collect cups. READ
The owner of a new Tex-Mex food truck in Ridge is being forced to change his menu because he’s operating too close to a Taco Bell, according to Brookhaven Town officials. READ