Your article last week, “Mixed bag of opinions,” ended with a call for your readers to “weigh in.” Your use of these two words reminded me that although I’ve been bringing my own bags to the grocery store for many years, a stumbling block each time I shop is the issue of plastic produce bags.
Callie Martino has always felt a special connection to Greenport.
For many years, the 29-year-old restaurateur’s father, James Brennan, kept his boat there. After he died suddenly from a heart attack at age 57 six years ago, Ms. Martino found herself escaping to Greenport, her “happy place.”
When Charles Reichert read a Suffolk Times story about the Southold Town Police Department’s ongoing radio issues, he went to Police Chief Martin Flatley to find out how he could help.
If you pick up a bottle of the 2014 White Blend from Lenz Winery in Peconic, you might notice the label is decorated with a gold and blue design. If you sit in the tasting room, you will see that same design on the wall as a part of the winery’s latest art exhibition, Landscape Constructions.
A proposal for a new brewery in Cutchogue has some residents concerned about traffic and they also fear the establishment will become open to the public despite a commitment from the owner to keep it as a production facility. READ
A new Suffolk County law requiring retailers to charge 5 cents for each paper or plastic bag they provide to shoppers has local residents and lawmakers offering up a wide range of opinions.
A new passenger ferry has joined the Cross Sound Ferry fleet, according to a press release. The Jennifer C., which can accommodate 50 cars and 300 passengers, made its maiden voyage Friday morning. READ
How many times have you come up with a great idea but had no clue how to implement it? Southold native Sam Notaro, 28, has recently discovered just how difficult, yet rewarding, it is to create his own product.
The memory of exactly how their working relationship first began has since faded for David Nyce and Kristian Iglesias. But for the past decade, the two Greenport residents have always looked to one another as their “go-to guy.” In fact, the men — Nyce is a woodworker and Iglesias is a metalworker — have even become unofficial business partners.
“It’s like having a business partner without actually having a business partner,” said Nyce, a former Greenport Village mayor.
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