New York State officials suspended the North Fork Country Club’s liquor license after the Cutchogue catering venue hosted a 113-guest wedding that led to at least 34 COVID-19 infections.
Built for entertaining and set on more than 19 coastal acres with 490 feet of private beach offering incredible views, this estate is listed for sale in Cutchogue.
Originally the ancestral home of Native Americans and later settled by Europeans during the 1600s, Long Island is rich in history and loaded with folklore, myths and urban legends. From ancient Native American burial grounds to remnants of the Revolutionary War to Gatsby-era mansion estates, Long Island is hallowed ground—the stage for countless triumphs and tragedies throughout the centuries.
A Suffolk County judge dismissed charges against a limousine driver who was making an illegal U-turn when an alleged drunken driver crashed into the limo, killing four women in Cutchogue last year.
With the return of harvest season, Long Islanders are packing up their families and flocking to local farms to join in the annual fall tradition of pumpkin picking. Going pumpkin picking means making priceless memories with hay rides, corn mazes and other farm-based fun—not to mention the fresh-baked goodies at the farm stand. But where are the farms to go pumpkin picking on Long Island? You don't have to ask any old jack-o-lantern. Look no further! Dozens of farms across Long Island are open for pick-your-own-pumpkin season!
There are currently more than 90 combined vineyards and wineries on Long Island. The North Fork has especially swelled with grape-growing farms, alone boasting more than two-dozen wineries. Aside from producing nationally recognized wines, these Long Island wineries have become prime destinations for visitors attracted to relaxing weekends at rustic, vaulted-ceiling tasting rooms or vibrant outdoor spaces with views of seemingly endless fields of grape vines.
Our annual list of must-visit Long Island orchards for apple picking with the family this fall. Apple picking on Long Island couldn't look better this year, but remember always to call ahead and make sure these popular orchards haven’t already been picked clean! You want to go out on a limb for something, not nothing. Pick 'em before they're gone!