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Sprout Natural Parenting, a retail shop and a whole lot more, to open in Greenport Village

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A natural parenting store and community resource center is set to open in Greenport Village this week.

A one-stop shop for all your healthy cravings, ‘FIT-foods’ opens in Southold

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A health food store with a huge variety of snacks, vitamins and personal care products opens in Southold.

The end of an era: Sale of Suffolk County National Bank to People’s United is completed

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Suffolk County National Bank had its last day of operations on Friday. People’s United Bank took over the Riverhead bank on Saturday, April 1 pursuant to an acquisition agreement signed last year.

A shop with an environmental and social conscience to open in Greenport

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A shop stocked with locally sourced and fair trade products set to open in Greenport April 7

Merger of Suffolk County National Bank with People’s United approved by Federal Reserve Board; deal cleared to close

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The merger is expected to be consummated quickly, but must wait until at least March 31, according to the order issued yesterday by the Federal Reserve Bank Board of Governors.

Claudio’s to re-open after sale falls through

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The Claudio family has announced that it will reopen for the 2017 season after a potential sale fell through.

Popular ice cream shop returns to Cutchogue with tasty additions

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Scoops & Grinds opens its doors this week on Main Road in Cutchogue.

Merger of Suffolk County National Bank with People’s United is approved by federal regulators

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The merger's approval by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency was announced by the Bridgeport-based People's United yesterday.

People’s United officials say they hope to close on Suffolk Bancorp deal this quarter

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The acquisition of the Riverhead-based Suffolk Bancorp by People's United Financial of Bridgeport was originally expected to close by the end of 2016, but federal regulators have not yet signed off on the deal.

Local pool company moving into former Hart’s Hardware, plans January opening

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A local swimming pool business is moving into the former Hart’s Hardware building. Bilal Altintoprak of Southold purchased the property this month and is relocating his pool company, L.I. Pool Care, from its present quarters on Route 48 in Peconic.