Organic local food enthusiasts can now incorporate wine into that lifestyle.
Anthony Nappa Wines released Bordo Antico last month, the first certified organic wine grown and produced on Long Island. It’s also the first certified organic vitis vinifera — meaning common wine grape variety — bottle grown and produced in all of New York State.
Southold Town police arrested a 20-year-old Cutchogue man under the social host law after receiving a call about a large party on Track Avenue in Cutchogue Tuesday night, according to a police press release. READ
The long shot didn’t pay off.
On Monday, the United States Supreme Court decided not to hear the Town of East Hampton’s petition to overrule a lower court’s decision that the town had no right to restrict access into and out of its airport by helicopters and other so called “noisy” aircraft. READ
Andrea Kavajian of Greenport was born and raised on the North Fork. She dreamed of one day buying a house of her own in her hometown. She earned a college degree and a good-paying job followed.
Still, that dream of owning a North Fork home seems so elusive.
“I can barely afford to rent anything out here,” Ms. Kavajian said at a public hearing last Thursday on Greenport Village rentals.
An Oakdale man who was convicted of driving while intoxicated in May 2016 was arrested Sunday night in Mattituck again for drunken driving, according to Southold Town police. READ
A Southold man suffered “serious personal injury” after losing control of a dirt bike on Main Bayview Road in Southold Saturday night, according to Southold Town police. READ
An attorney from the Better Business Bureau will lead a cybersecurity discussion at the Peconic Landing Community Center in Greenport Tuesday evening. READ
An unlicensed Mastic man accused of driving high on drugs Saturday was arrested on drug possession charges following a car crash in Mattituck, according to a Southold Town police report.
A Lake Ronkonkoma man who was injured after falling about 20 feet through a collapsed floor at an abandoned factory building in East Marion factory is claiming that both Southold Town and Suffolk County were negligent in securing the property, contributing to his injuries. READ
The Old House in Cutchogue has been promoted for more than a decade as the oldest English-style house in New York State, but scientific research may soon shave nearly 50 years off its age, local historians said.
The building, said to have been constructed in 1649, might actually have been built in 1698, according to Zach Studenroth, director of the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council. He said the new date first came to light in 2006 during research conducted by the Oxford Dendrochronology Laboratory in Oxford, England, and that information is currently being verified.