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04/27/15 2:45pm
04/27/2015 2:45 PM
Firefighters expect the car that was leaking fluid on the road just west of Cox Lane on Route 48. (Credit: Tim Gannon)

Firefighters expect the car that was leaking fluid on the road just west of Bridge Lane on Route 48. (Credit: Tim Gannon)

The Cutchogue Fire Department responded to a fuel spill on Route 48 in Cutchogue Monday afternoon.

A westbound Hyundai Elantra hit something in the road that punctured its gas tank, said captain Amos Meringer of the Cutchogue Fire Department. (more…)

04/26/15 2:00pm
04/26/2015 2:00 PM
Looking for work? Check out the Times/Review classified section.

Looking for work? Check out the Times/Review classified section.

Looking for work, or know someone who is?

Times/Review classifieds offers local companies a place to advertise their job openings each week, and this week close to 100 positions are available from a home health aide to a marine mechanic to wine pourers.

And for anyone interested in submitting a classified ad, email: classifieds@timesreview.com.

Check out the listings below:

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT: For Greenport non-profit. 10 hours/week or more, year round. $10/hour plus bonuses. Requires comfort working in Windows and iOS Microsoft Office Suite. Cashiering/retail experience helpful. Customer service experience and high levels of organization. Involves light event planning, fundraising and detailed communication. Email cole.wixcey@gmail.com

ANSWERING SERVICE TELEPHONE OPERATORS: F/T, P/T, afternoons, midnights and weekend openings. Smoke-free office. Computer experience required. For details call 631-548-8415.

ARCHITECT: Well-established North Fork architecture firm seeking motivated assistant proficient in Vectorworks, with excellent residential construction drawing skills. Email northforkarchitect@gmail.com

ASSEMBLER: P/T. Experience a must. Carl’s Equipment Supply. Apply in person, see store manager. 631-727-3500.

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CABINET SHOP ASSISTANT: Immediate hire, local. Experience preferred but will train a motivated employee. Apply to burgerconstruct@aol.com

CAREGIVERS: HHA, PCA, companions. F/T, P/T, live-in, flexible schedules. Kind, caring, compassionate individuals to provide in-home care. Call Comfort Keepers, 631-369-6080.

CARPENTER: Experienced in all phases of custom home construction. Must have tools, transportation and driver’s license. Call or email resume to: mark@boeckmanconstruction.com, 631-298-5319.

CHILDCARE WORKERS: F/T, P/T and per diem needed to supervise the daily living activities and ensure the safety of children in our residential treatment center. Related experience preferred and valid NYS driver’s license required. Little Flower Children and Family Services in Wading River, N.Y. Send resume, wadingriver-jobs@lfchild.org or fax 631-929-6203. EOE.

CLERK: P/T retail help needed. Saturday 5-10 p.m., Sunday, noon-9 p.m. Good customer service skills needed. Must be able to climb stairs. Responsible, reliable individual. Seniors welcome. English-speaking a plus. 631-284-9240.

CASHIER: F/T, P/T. Busy Greenport restaurant. Salamander’s, 631- 477-2878.

CARPENTER/HELPER: For residential construction. Experience and transportation required. 631-734-7400.

CARPENTER: F/T, year round, for a full-phase remodeling company on Shelter Island. Experience required. NYS driver’s license a must. Chris, 631-749-5028.

CONSTRUCTION HELPER: Must have driver’s license and be reliable. 631-901-5119.

COUNTER HELP: Year round. Flexible day hours. Will train. Day, 631-765-1642. Night, 631-722-7889.

COUNTER HELP/ICE CREAM SERVER: P/T. Make great extra summer money. Apply in person, D’Latte, Greenport 218 Main Street.

DENTIST: P/T, half day/week. Greenport. Provide general dental service at nursing facilities. 1-800-543-4353 ext. 29. Send resumes careers@dentserv.net

DIRECT CARE WORKERS: P/T and per diem needed to care for developmentally disabled adults in our intermediate care facility in Wading River. Related experience preferred and valid NYS driver’s license required. Little Flower Children and Family Services, Wading River, N.Y. Send resume, wadingriver-jobs@lfchild.org or fax 631-929- 6203. EOE.

DOCK BUILDER: F/T, year round. Experienced. Driver’s license required. South Shore. Benefits. 516-458-7328.

DRIVER: F/T. CDL B or A. Drywall boom truck 10-speed Road-ranger. Must be able to shift and drive. Will train on drywall boom. Hard worker only! Good pay, full benefits. Calverton location. 631-727-0165 or email resume to raym@mac-lad.com

Featured Story
04/26/15 12:00pm

Horses and boats have much in common. When you begin to fish frequently from small craft and subsequently sail on larger party boats, you see the obvious advantages of having your own boat. When you take trail rides or pack trips with horses or rent horses to ride in field trials for pointing dogs, you quickly see the advantages of having your own horse, too. But then you look at the big picture, and you wonder: Should I really be doing this?  (more…)

04/26/15 8:00am
Eve Kaplan, owner of Garden of Eve in Riverhead point to cold damage on a small tomato plant. (Credit: Paul Squire)

Eve Kaplan, owner of Garden of Eve in Riverhead points to cold damage on a small tomato plant. (Credit: Paul Squire)

Wading River farmer Robert Andrews’ crops are mostly still in the ground, shielded from the recent cold snaps by warm earth.

Mr. Andrews said Saturday morning’s cold snap didn’t damage too many of his crops.

“It’s not bad at all,” he said. “It just slowed things down a bit.”

Not all farmers have been so lucky.

The National Weather Service issued a freeze warning for early Saturday, warning that “sub-freezing temperatures will kill crops and other sensitive vegetation.” Another frost advisory had since been issued for early Sunday from 2 to 8 a.m.

While most farmer’s crops have just been planted, other farms — like Garden of Eve Organic Farm & Market in Riverhead — are feeling the hurt from the wind and cold.

“It’s just tough on everything,” said Garden of Eve owner Eve Kaplan. “You get a warm day and you think it’s over and then you get a 40-degree day with wind.”

Ms. Kaplan held up a tomato plant in a small pot. The edges of the small leaves had withered and died.

That’s thanks to the freezing temperatures and the harsh wind, which Ms. Kaplan said is especially blustery on her farm. Even cold-tolerant plants like cabbage and lettuce have been damaged in their pots, she said.

“People won’t buy these because they think they’re diseased,” she said.

Ms. Kaplan said her employees have been carrying plants inside at night and putting down covers over the rows to shield other crops.

Even farms like Mr. Andrews — which use greenhouses — are feeling a sting, not on their plants but in their wallets.

“We’ve been running [through] oil to get the greenhouse going,” he said.

However, vineyards have not been as affected, since the grapes have not yet begun growing. Only a long stretch of cold weather could do significant damage, said Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard general manager Steve Levine.

“A one-night freeze isn’t going to do much,” he said. “We don’t have any damage. We don’t even have grapes yet.”