Business News

Home Business Business News

The North Fork Art Collective: a dream come true for young Greenport artist Kara Hoblin

by
Seven young artists pool their resources to open the North Fork Art Collective in Greenport.

Olive Branch Café opens in Greenport, offering a taste of the Mediterranean

by
The new restaurant and café will feature Turkish and Mediterranean dishes in both casual and formal dining areas.

Capital One closing its Southold branch

by
Capital One is closing its Southold, Shelter Island and one of its two Riverhead branches this fall, a company spokesperson said in a statement.

Harborfront Inn and sister hotel listed for sale, owners hope to ‘focus on winery’

by
The Harborfront Inn on Front Street has been put on the market by owners Michael and Constantine Kontokosta, who say a sale would allow them to “focus on our growing winery.”

Psychic/clairvoyant opens in Cutchogue

by
For over 30 years, Ruby Wins has been helping people through spiritual healing, meditation and psychic readings.

Sparkling Pointe wins ‘Winery of the Year’ award at statewide competition

by
SIx other local wineries took home 'Best of Class' or 'Best of Category' awards at the annual competition organized by the New York Wine and Grape Foundation.

Greenport Fire expanding with second shop in Wading River

by
Greenport Fire owners are expanding, offering up a variety of spicy sauces plus cigars and other hot items.

Long Island’s last duck farm celebrates investment in its future with completion of waste handling improvements

by
The Corwin family, which has operated 145-acre Crescent Duck Farm in Aquebogue since 1908, has risen to the challenge of managing duck waste with state-of-the-art technology.

Capital One, opening a new Main Road branch, will close its existing Love Lane and satellite branches in Mattituck

by
Capital One will consolidate its two existing branches in Mattituck into one newly constructed building on Main Road.

Shovels in the ground for advanced cardiac care at PBMC in Riverhead

by
Peconic Bay Medical Center/Northwell Health broke ground Wednesday on its $60 million, three-story critical care tower that will include a comprehensive cardiac care center offering lifesaving interventional cardiac procedures not currently available anywhere on the East End.