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Peconic Bay Medical Center announces expansion into downtown Riverhead

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The Riverhead hospital, which is part of the Northwell Health system is purchasing the 4.2-acre former Suffolk County National Bank site on West Second Street from People's United Bank. It will be using the 60,000 square feet of office space for medical and other offices.

Young entrepreneur who learned in mom’s kitchen opens bakery in Riverhead

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Owning a her own bakery is a dream come true for Daniela Saavedra, 31, owner of Celeste Bakery, which celebrates its grand opening in Riverhead tomorrow.

CareConnect, Northwell Health’s insurance subsidiary, to shut down

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Care Connect, Northwell Health’s health insurance subsidiary, will be be shut down, the New Hyde Park-based hospital system announced today.

Southampton Hospital’s merger with Stony Brook complete, officials celebrate ‘new era’ in East End health care

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Hospital, university and government officials gathered yesterday on the Stony Brook Southampton campus to celebrate “a new vision for East End medicine” and commemorate Southampton “joining the Stony Brook Medicine healthcare system.”

Dunkin’ Donuts opens up in Jamesport

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The franchise owners of the Riverhead and Southold Dukin' Donuts said the Jamesport location was 'a logical choice.'

Capital One closing downtown Riverhead branch in November

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The branch on the corner of East Main Street and East Avenue will close in mid-November, a company spokesperson said today.

Local eye doctors offer free vision screening Sunday to get young kids ‘school-ready’

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Twin Forks Optometry in Riverhead is offering free vision screenings for kindergarten-age children (ages four to six) on Sunday Aug. 20.

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

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Martha Clara Vineyards, Paumanok Vineyards and Clovis Point Vineyard and Winery also took home top awards at at the annual competition organized by the New York Wine and Grape Foundation.

North Fork Fire coming to Wading River’s Shoppes at East Wind

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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

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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.