A week after the lights went down and the red carpet was rolled up, publicist Chris DiGirolamo of Mattituck is still in disbelief over his recent Grammy win.
His client, renowned Cuban-American drummer Dafnis Prieto, took home the award for Best Latin Jazz Recording for his album “Back to the Sunset.”
Two years ago, as he stood outside of First and South in Greenport, a “for lease” sign in the window of the adjacent space caught Jeremy Garretson’s eye.
“I remember looking through the window and wanting it to be my gallery,” the photographer recalled of the former Hampton Jitney and Century 21 Albertson Realty offices.
Now, it is.
Town officials are considering a proposal to charge residents a $3 fee to dispose of waste oil at the town’s transfer station.
Single-use plastics could become a thing of the past in Suffolk County.
Southampton Town officials Tuesday adopted a new code amendment that will ban plastic straws and polystyrene (Styrofoam) take-away containers at food establishments.
The new law goes into effect in May — and Suffolk County could follow suit.
In 2014, in response to growing frustration with helicopters passing over the North Fork, Southold Town established its Helicopter Noise Steering Committee.
Coming up on five years later, helicopter noise has only gotten worse as the Federal Aviation Administration has been slow to change the North Shore Route.
Southold Town officials are considering a six-month moratorium on new construction along Main Road in Mattituck as they await the results of a traffic study and continue to work on the town’s comprehensive plan.
Furloughed federal workers impacted by the 35-day government shutdown may be granted a 90-day extension to pay their property taxes in Southold Town.
I’m Steve Amaral. I’m the chef and co-owner of North Fork Chocolate Company in Aquebogue.
We started our business in 2013. We started our business at the Stony Brook Incubator in Calverton. We’ve been here five years now.
A huge smile broke across 19-year-old Ashley Bishop’s face as she turned the key to her new Jeep Wrangler last Monday.
A first car is a thrill for any teenager, drawn to the freedom of an open road. For Ashley, who was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at age 7, the Jeep is a childhood dream come true.
The Greenport community has rallied to help a family dealing with the unimaginable.
It started in December with a stomach bug, Katria Nieves of Greenport recalled last Thursday from a room at Stony Brook University Hospital.