Rich and Bill Mullen grew up in their family’s business, Mullen Motors, helping out after school and working summer jobs at the Southold dealership and service center — just as their father, Dick, did before them. For the brothers, sticking with it as adults was an easy decision.
When it opened in 1977, East End Sporting Goods was one of the first stores of its kind in the area. Steve King, then a full-time high school teacher, had a passion and an idea to start something new on the North Fork. Business has certainly changed through the years, expanding to meet tourism trends and needs of local clients.
Construction is underway at what will become Dunkin’ Donuts on Main Road in Jamesport.
A farm property dating back to 1840 that was added to the National Register of Historic Places two years ago is now being proposed as the site of a retail wine shop in Jamesport. READ
Concepcion Choy of Riverhead is an immigrant from Guatemala who has lived in the United States for 12 years. (Credit: Kelly Zegers)
A social media post early Thursday morning from Aldo’s Coffee in Greenport read: “We are open on Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, and every other national holiday. Today, we are closed.”
This message was accompanied by a photo of a sign that read “In support of our people and #ADayWithoutImmigrants.”
Winterfest 2017 is shaping up to be about much more than live music and wine tastings.
For its 10th anniversary, the event is expanding to provide visitors with a wider range of offerings and experiences. READ
Greenport Village businesses will soon be able to make it clear they are part of a campaign to promote respect and civility in the community.
Some say the era of brick-and-mortar retail may be waning, but a rundown of current building applications and ongoing projects for Route 58 includes more than a dozen proposals.
So what does that mean for Riverhead’s bustling shopping district? READ
Fifteen years after selling his Front Street business, Lester Eisenberg is once again back at the helm of a Greenport pharmacy.
Mr. Eisenberg, former co-owner of Colonial Drugs & Surgicals on Front Street, opened Greenport Drugs on Main Road in September. READ
The North Fork Chamber of Commerce held its annual Snowflake Gala on Friday in Peconic.