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Facing legal dilemmas, Dimon Estate cancels all weddings it booked for 2022

The Dimon Estate in Jamesport has canceled all weddings it had booked for 2022, after the Town of Riverhead refused to issue a tent permits to the restaurant.

Advanced Orthopedics opens new office on Roanoke Avenue

Advanced Orthopedics has opened a new office in Riverhead on Roanoke Avenue. Physicians were joined in celebration by Supervisor Yvette Aguiar and Councilman Bob Kern. \

High-tech firearms training facility planned for vacant factory building on Elton Street

The firearms facility, to be located within the existing one-story concrete block building, will include an indoor shooting range that will be open to the public, as well as a virtual reality training facility and firearms sales.

Riverhead nursery grower among NY State’s first licensed adult-use cannabis cultivators

Plant Connection on Sound Avenue in Riverhead was one of 52 applicants to have conditional cultivator licenses granted yesterday by the state’s Cannabis Control Board.

Columbia Care, cannabis firm with operations in Riverhead, being acquired in $2 billion deal

Cannabis giant Cresco Labs has announced it will acquire Columbia Care, the company that operates a medical marijuana dispensary and cultivation facility in Riverhead, in a $2 billion deal. 

M&T Bank’s acquisition of People’s United to close in early April

M&T has obtained all regulatory approvals for its acquisition of People's United in an all-stock transfer valued at $7.6 billion. The closing is expected to take place on or about April 1.

Riverhead farmers market to open year-round

The East End Food Market will be open year-round. The market, which moved to new space in the former...

Tradewinds Brewing Co. joins international craft brewery movement to raise money for humanitarian aid in Ukraine

Tradewinds is brewing Red Eyes, an American red ale, using the recipe of the Pravda Beer Theatre, a Ukrainian brewery that launched its “Victory Beer Series” international fundraising effort this weekend. All profits generated from the sale of the beer will go to Pravda’s relief fund for humanitarian aid in Ukraine, owner Duffy Griffiths said. 

Pet store owner moves to dissolve his company, even as he sues town over law he claims will put him out...

A pet store owner suing the town over its new pet dealers law, claiming the law will put him out of business, is simultaneously petitioning a court to dissolve the company and appoint a referee to liquidate its assets and wind up its business affairs.

Riverhead Chamber of Commerce welcomes new president

Connie Lassandro of Baiting Hollow has been installed as president of the Riverhead Chamber of Commerce.