My name is Jay Damuck and I’m the owner of Shelter Island Kayak Tours.
I usually come down here at nine in the morning, after opening up my little shop in the middle of town. I set up my equipment for the day, and usually the phone starts ringing right around 9 or a little before 9. I do my first kayak tour at 10 in the morning, so it’s a busy morning usually. READ
A Southold resident has turned his knowledge of and passion for Chinese culture into a new calling as an artist.
Robert Oxnam’s artwork is on display at the William Ris Gallery in Jamesport , in an exhibit called “Chinese Inspiration/North Fork Creation.”Over 40 pieces of sculpture, color photographs and ink drawings will be on view there until Aug. 12. READ
Nearly four months after it abruptly closed, Eastern Front Brewing Co. in Mattituck is looking to reopen its Main Road tasting room.
The brewery’s owner appeared before the Southold Town Planning Board Monday, seeking the site plan approval it hadn’t received before opening in early March. It closed less than two weeks later for what it described as “unforeseen problems with permits.” READ
The Southold Town Planning Board closed the public hearing for the proposed Tenedios Agricultural Barn Monday night after lengthy discussions on possible uses, environmental impacts and visual impacts. (more…)
Organizations looking to host special events in Southold Town must now seek approval through the Town Board — an administrative change that has businesses that rely on events as a major portion of their revenue stream on edge. READ
A Sag Harbor native who has been cleaning houses for the past 15 years has decided to bring her talents to the North Fork.
Kate Mullane moved to Cutchogue last year, and has launched her business, All Organic Cleaning and More. She says her business is different than other cleaning companies because she uses an all-organic cleaning product. READ
Frank Schiavoni remembers his daughter Shelly as an animal lover and an amazing friend.
“In July 2017, my daughter was taken from me. Not from an accident or an illness, not from drugs or alcohol,” he said. “It was from the actions of Jaime DeLeon-Tino who took her from me, her mother, her brothers and sisters.” READ