Earlier this month, business owners and managers around the North Fork received an email asking them to advertise on a printed schedule for the Mattituck varsity football team.
Businesses could pay anywhere from $200 to $800 for an ad in the program.
There aren’t enough good things to say about Raymond Nine, according to many Southold Town residents.
The 76-year-old Mattituck native and local businessman has given back to his community in numerous ways, including more than 60 years of service in the Mattituck Fire Department.
Mattituck will see signs of the holidays in the coming weeks with the return of festive events organized each year by the Mattituck Chamber of Commerce.
Decorated Christmas trees will once again pop up throughout Mattituck the weekend following Thanksgiving. This year 95 businesses requested a tree, which will be supplied by Shamrock Christmas Tree Farm on Main Road, said chamber president Terry McShane.
After recent debates over Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell’s idea for a moratorium on new winery, brewery and distillery development, Mr. Russell and a representative of the Long Island Wine Council spoke at the Mattituck Chamber of Commerce meeting Wednesday night about the proposal. READ
Three additional opportunities for residents to comment publicly on a private sports facility planned for Mattituck have been scheduled.
Ryan Harned, last year’s Little Mr. Mattituck, with Liam Springer, this year’s winner. Liam says he aspires to be a policeman or a SWAT team member, while his favorite animal is an octopus because “they can give eight high-fives at the same time.” (Credit: Kendall Stark photos)
The Mattituck Chamber of Commerce kicked off its 38th annual “Old Fashioned Street Fair” on pretty as a picture Love Lane on Saturday.
The highlight of the event was the crowning of Little Mr. and Miss Mattituck, a beloved community tradition.
Read more about the event and see more photos at northforker.com.
Scholarship winners with members of the chamber board. Back row (L-R): Oliver Orr, Caralee Stephens, Christopher Sledjeski, Courtney Murphy, Terry McShane, Martin Finnegan. Front row (L-R): Donielle Cardinale, Brooke Dailey, Danielle Lascala and Kelly Fogarty. Courtesy photo.
The Mattituck Chamber of Commerce — and even moreso, one local student — got a pleasant surprise this week before its annual scholarship awards dinner. (more…)
A view of Old Sound Avenue (center) from the corner of Love Lane and Main Road. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
Early on Tuesday, before most shops along Love Lane had opened, business owners, residents and Mattituck Chamber of Commerce members gathered to discuss the possibility of closing down part of Old Sound Avenue to vehicular traffic.
Hosted by the chamber, the meeting was held to allow people to voice any concerns regarding the proposal so that potential problems can be addressed. (more…)
Mattituck Chamber of Commerce members met at Michelangelo’s restaurant Wednesday night to discuss local business, town and school issues. (Credit: Jen Nuzzo photos)
Local business owners, elected leaders and school officials addressed Mattituck Chamber of Commerce members Wednesday night and discussed several topics, including land use, finances and tourism. Here are some of the highlights:
Nothing says “street fair” like cotton candy. From left: Nick Dombroski, 9, brother Alex, 8, and friend Jayden Martino, 8, all of Ridge. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
The Mattituck Chamber of Commerce held its 37th annual street fair on Love Lane Saturday. The event featured vendors, live music, face painting, food and refreshments, as well as the crowning of Little Miss and Little Mr. Mattituck. (more…)