Organizers of a new North Fork chapter of the League of Women Voters were surprised last Monday, June 4, when the turnout at a meeting to establish whether there was any interest to do so exceeded their expectations.
About 60 people showed up at the Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library when less than half that were anticipated. READ
The site that was occupied by Taste Boutique for the past 15 years on 409 Main Street in Greenport is being converted into a restaurant.
Jennifer O’Brien, the chef and owner of the new business, said she plans to call it “Pearl” and intends to have a “scratch kitchen” using local, seasonal products. READ
On Tuesday, Town Board members accepted a bid from SUNation Solar Systems for construction of a solar array at the town animal shelter to provide shade for dogs and generate power. READ
Persuading customers to apply less harmful, synthetic pesticides to their lawns has proved a greater challenge than Jason Perez expected. READ
Five teens were injured in a crash in Southold last Saturday while driving on Cedar Beach Road, according to Southold Town police. READ
A new business that’s taken over a vacant storefront in downtown Riverhead will challenge visitors with one not-so-simple task: escape from a locked room in under an hour. READ
Listings prepared for Times Review Media Group by Suffolk Research Service, dated April 9-15, 2018. READ
Based on concerns expressed during a public hearing Tuesday night, Southold Town Board members decided to hold off on approving a local law that would require the owners of rental properties to obtain town permits. READ
Southold Town is continuing to develop a potential code change to address issues residents have with helicopter noise. READ