He retired from his job as an electrician in 1999, but Nick Ranieri still averages an eight-hour workday.
Each morning, the 78-year-old Mattituck resident rises around 7 a.m. An hour or two later, he laces his white New Balance sneakers and retreats to his impressive backyard vegetable garden READ
Greenport School District students and educators are about to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty to create a new and improved school garden.
The Greenport School District is one of 50 finalists in the Seeds of Change competition and now has a nearly 50 percent chance of winning grant money to create a new school garden.
As warmer weather rolls around, the Greenport Union Free School District is looking to upgrade its school garden by applying for $10,000 or $20,000 grant through the Seeds of Change program. READ
A walkway lined with diverse shrubs and flowers guides visitors to the doors of Cutchogue New Suffolk Free Library.