06/11/16 6:20am
Salt Air Farm is among the most unique properties on the North Fork. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Salt Air Farm is among the most unique properties on the North Fork. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

While its location on New Suffolk Road has made it visible to passersby for more than 200 years, the aptly named Salt Air Farm — a 125-acre Cutchogue property situated near Peconic Bay and two creeks — is remarkably sequestered. (more…)

06/03/16 6:00am
Syrah grapes at Jamesport Vineyards, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a great Friday night deal. (Credit: vera Chinese)

Syrah grapes at Jamesport Vineyards, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a great Friday night deal. (Credit: vera Chinese)

Looking for something to do on the North Fork this weekend?  Northforker has you covered.

Here are nine events to check out. As always, visit northforker.com/events for additional ideas. (more…)

05/20/16 6:05am
Sang Lee Farms' Lucy Senesac, right, shows a cup of watermelon juice to Ellie Borzilleri, 9, of Cutchogue, and her mother Sarah during the North Fork Foodie Tour last year.

Sang Lee Farms’ Lucy Senesac, right, shows a cup of watermelon juice to Ellie Borzilleri, 9, of Cutchogue, and her mother, Sarah.

Looking for something to do on the North Fork this weekend? Northforker has you covered.

Here are 5 events to check out. As always, you can also visit northforker.com/events for additional ideas. (more…)

02/01/14 8:00am
BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | The Ira Tuthill House houses the Mattituck Historical Society. The building started out as a two-room home.

BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | The Ira Tuthill House houses the Mattituck Historical Society. The building started out as a two-room home.

The main house that anchors that Mattituck-Laurel Historical Society campus on Main Road is now a spacious colonial. But in 1799, the year it was built by Jesse Tuthill, the residence contained just two rooms.

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11/25/13 12:37pm
Photo by Katharine Schroeder | Enya Gray, left, and Lillian Jenkins of Southold admire the Christmas tree at the village gazebo in Southold.

Photo by Katharine Schroeder | Enya Gray, left, and Lillian Jenkins of Southold admire the Christmas tree at the village gazebo in Southold.

The North Fork isn’t a special place only in the midst of a balmy summer. The crisp autumn air and winter snow provide the perfect environment to connect with others and bask in holiday warmth and cheer. Christmas tree and menorah lightings, visits from Santa, holiday shopping, New Year’s Eve parties and even great community service opportunities offer resident and visiting North Forkers an array of holiday opportunities. With these events, you’re likely to shake off your humbug and find reason to toast the good life.  (more…)