REPORTER FILE PHOTO The former Capital One building in Greenport.
Six months after the closing of the Capital One bank branch in Greenport, the building may soon have a new tenant.
Peconic Bay Medical Center is planning to lease the vacant building, at 230 Main St., and open medical offices, PBMC president and CEO Andrew Mitchell confirmed Momday.
A resolution adopted by Suffolk County lawmakers last Wednesday will require the Department of Public Works (DPW) to consider the impacts of sea level rise when constructing and reconstructing county roadways.
State officials are asking New Yorkers to weigh in on the next official license plate design.
The Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research & Preservation announced last week that it will now be known as the New York Marine Rescue Center.
The name changed to “better reflect” the direction their efforts are moving toward sea turtle conservation, according to board president Charles Bowman.
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