The owners of The Arcade in Greenport, which was shut down by the village May 1 for illegal rental apartments in the building and for multiple building and fire safety violations, have been fined $5,000 by Southold Town Justice William Price. READ
The owners of a Jamesport paint store unveiled plans Monday night to move to Mattituck and expand to include a hardware store — a project that would also involve the owner of Orlowski Hardware Store on Love Lane. READ
My name is Liz Gillooly and I am the captain of Sailing Vessel Surprise and I run charters out of Greenport.
I got into sailing when I was 8 years old at the Orient Yacht Club. That’s when I first learned how to sail.
North Fork business owners may be in trouble next summer if the J-1 work visa program is discontinued.
The J-1 program allows students from foreign countries to come to the United States during the summer to work. They are legal workers who pay taxes and provide help to employers who request them.
I’m Suzie Germano and I’m the nursery manager at Trimble’s Nursery in Cutchogue. I’ve been working here for 13 years.
My favorite part about this job is every day something else is in bloom. It’s a bird sanctuary here; it’s beautiful. I love designing people’s gardens because the final result is amazing, as you could see around you.
An East Hampton man is hoping to offer Jet Ski tours that launch from Preston’s Dock in Greenport and tour the waters around Shelter Island and Gardiners Bay. READ
Hi, I’m Alison O’Malley, owner of Eagle’s Neck Paddling Company in Orient Beach State Park.
This is our 15th season here and we’ve been in business for 28 years. It’s kind of just been a labor of love. It was a business that my father had run since I was little, so when he passed away and I took over it’s kind of connecting me to him.
Hi, we’re here at Albertson Marine today. I’m Dave Witzke, the vice president of operations. When my grandfather got out of the Army, he started a marina in Seaford. In ’74, he moved out here and bought the Albertson Marine business from the Albertson family, that’s why it’s still called Albertson.
Three local Capital One branches are set to close in November.
Capital One began notifying customers last week that the downtown Riverhead location will close Nov. 17; the Main Road location in Southold will close on Nov. 18, and the location on West Neck Rd. on Shelter Island will close Nov. 17.
Hi there, my name is Caroline Eng. I work at Dog Town and I’m the store manager over here.
I’ve been here for two years. My favorite thing about this job is getting to meet all the different breeds of dogs that come. We get to play with puppies and we have adults, so we have a whole entire variety of dogs that you get to meet and greet and learn about their personalities, also.