The peaceful sound of rippling water fills the warm, afternoon air. Water rushes down on stone into a narrow pond that wraps around the Northville property. Animals nearby like a miniature horse, goats, sheep and chickens go about their day.
It’s a scene designed to inspire tranquility. READ
A new outdoor location officially opened up to the public Tuesday when the New York State Parks Department hosted a grand opening for the Hallock State Park Preserve in Northville. READ
Facing opposition from North Fork elected officials, the state parks department announced Tuesday it will withdraw a request for proposals for a Taste NY retail concession center that would have included alcohol sales at Hallock State Park Preserve in Northville.
Grange Hall in Northville is set to add another incarnation to the long list of lives it has led since it was built in 1831. The Long Island Buddhist Meditation Center is in contract to purchase the hall after searching for a new space to accommodate its growing membership.
Verderber’s Nursery acquired 45 acres of land off Sound Avenue in Northville that will be used to plant nursery stock, including a variety of native plants that are already plentiful on the property. READ
Space for both tent and RV camping. An equestrian center. Picnic areas. Restored tennis courts. A store selling firewood and ice.
These are all potential components of the North Fork Preserve under A conceptual site plan discussed at a public meeting Thursday held by the committee responsible for the planning of the 311-acre park, which was bought largely by Suffolk County from private hands in 2012. READ
What’s the plan for Hallock State Park, the 314-acre property north of Sound Avenue in Northville that was purchased by New York State from KeySpan Energy for $16 million more than 15 years ago?
A Suffolk County committee is seeking public feedback on a proposal for what has been dubbed as the county’s “last great park.”
United Riverhead Terminal in Northville (Credit: Tim Gannon file photo)
United Riverhead Terminal owner John Catsimatidis has officially withdrawn controversial plans to expand the Northville facility’s operations. (more…)
The Rev. Dianne Rodriguez (center) speaks with members of First Parish Church in Northville last week. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
After 10 years serving as pastor at First Parish Church in Northville, the Rev. Dianne Rodriguez said goodbye to the congregation last Wednesday. (more…)