The Southold Town Police Department is now seeing the results of a $340,000 donation to improve police radio systems, allowing the department bring a necessary update to its dispatch room.
The fireboat Fire Fighter in Greenport will soon be on its way to a shipyard for the first phase of repairs thanks to an increased loan from Southold and Greenport IGA owner Charles Reichert. READ
Faced with recent roadblocks in raising money for restoration of the decommissioned FDNY fireboat docked in Greenport, Charlie Ritchie has launched a new fundraising campaign with the help of a familiar philanthropist. READ
Greenport School District is the latest recipient of a donation from Southold and Greenport IGA owner Charles Reichert amounting to nearly $17,000 for new athletic uniforms. Mr. Reichert on Tuesday presented a check to Greenport school superintendent David Gamberg and athletic director Chris Golden. READ
When Charles Reichert read a Suffolk Times story about the Southold Town Police Department’s ongoing radio issues, he went to Police Chief Martin Flatley to find out how he could help.
When Babylon High School’s varsity baseball team made the trip to Mattituck this spring, one fan in the crowd couldn’t help notice the field conditions.
Charles Reichert, who owns the Southold and Greenport IGA, was watching his grandson play for Babylon when he took particular notice of the backstop. READ