Expect a destination for touring the North Fork’s largest brewery, sampling some of the region’s tastiest porter and now, a sit-down meal, when Greenport Harbor Brewing Co. completes its new addition this spring. READ
Verderber’s Nursery acquired 45 acres of land off Sound Avenue in Northville that will be used to plant nursery stock, including a variety of native plants that are already plentiful on the property. READ
Cross Sound Ferry in Orient will soon add another boat to its fleet to expand service to and from New London, Conn. during peak summer travel times.
She didn’t relocate to the North Fork full time until the early 2000s, but Diane Dunbar’s memories of the area began taking shape when she was a child, during summers at her family’s East Marion cottage on Peconic Bay. READ
“Greenport, like towns on Staten Island, prospered from the oyster.”
So wrote John Kochiss, author of “Oystering from New York to Boston,” in 1973, pointing back to the oyster’s heyday on eastern Long Island in the early part of the 20th century.
Fast-forward 100 years or so, and things have certainly changed. READ
Toward the end of December, Doug Mathie received a call about an elderly woman who had died in hospice.
Mr. Mathie, funeral director at Horton-Mathie Funeral Home on Main Street in Greenport, picked up the woman’s remains and set about preparing for her services. But he ran into a problem: READ
A decades-old Greenport eatery has been sold for just under $1 million. READ
A year-long party at Hellenic Snack Bar & Restaurant starts Friday. READ
After spending several years searching for a centrally located tasting room space, Waters Crest Winery is moving into new digs on Main Road in Cutchogue. READ