Greenport has one less seafood restaurant as Blue Canoe Oyster Bar & Grill will not reopen for 2016.
Diane Gunder never felt comfortable exercising in a traditional gym.
Instead, the Jamesport resident, who owns River Rain Renewal Wellness Spa in Greenport, has always sought out non-traditional ways to pursue a healthy, active lifestyle.
North Ferry’s time-honored method of collecting fares was replaced April 16 by 21st century technology.
On a recent Monday morning, lifelong Mattituck resident Peter Swahn got in his car and began driving toward Riverhead. His intended destination was his eponymous insurance agency, which had called 310 East Main St. home since 1962.
It’s not uncommon for Georgia Malone to preface something she’s about to say with, “This is going to sound so weird, but …” or “This sounds nutty, but …”
Weird. Nutty. Outside the box. Eccentric. Call it what you want, but Ms. Malone’s property at 30 W. Main St. in downtown Riverhead — a commercial real estate enterprise that’s an extension of her own personal style — is at capacity. And a second building next door, which she purchased in the middle of last year, is expected to open at the beginning of May. READ
Ryan Flatley is a lifelong Southolder and a graduate of Southold High School, his father the town’s police chief. His business partner Samy Sabil is a Casablanca, Morocco native, who relocated to the area about 11 years ago and has called it home ever since.
For the past five years, certified personal trainer Paige Romanowski has helped transform the bodies of clients across the North Fork. Now, the Mattituck resident hopes to inspire men and women throughout the country to take charge of their weight.
Times Review Media Group, publisher of The Suffolk Times, took home 66 awards in the New York Press Association’s 2015 Better Newspaper Contest, the results of which were announced this past weekend.
In a ceremony Monday morning, Gov. Andrew Cuomo — flanked by Democratic legislators and his lieutenant governor — signed a state law that will gradually raise the minimum wage on Long Island to $15 an hour. READ