Quogue, NYPosted by
CBS New York

Police: 5 Killed In Head-On Crash On Montauk Highway In Quogue

QUOGUE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Five people are dead and another is in critical condition Sunday following a head-on crash on Long Island. It happened on Montauk Highway near the intersection Quogue Street (East) around 11 p.m. Saturday. According to police, a red Nissan Maxima heading westbound on Montauk Highway left its lane and crashed head-on into an oncoming gray Toyota Prius. The driver of the Nissan Maxima, 22-year-old Justin B. Mendez, of Brookhaven, was pronounced dead at Southampton Hospital. The driver of the Toyota Prius, 32-year-old Farhan Zahid, of Bay Shore, was pronounced dead at the scene. Three of his passengers were also killed — 20-year-old Michael O. Farrell, 25-year-old James P. Farrell and 25-year-old Ryan J. Kiess, all from Manhasset. A 22-year-old woman who was in the Toyota Prius is still listed in critical condition. Montauk Highway remained closed from Old Depot Road to Quogue Street (East). Police believe Mendez may have been speeding. Anyone with information is urged to call Quogue Village Police at 631-653-4791.
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Greenport, NYnorthforker.com

The Menhaden, a 16-room boutique hotel in Greenport, has sold

Daniel Pennessi wasn’t exactly looking to sell The Menhaden this year when a guest at the hotel made him an offer. Jonathan Hoenig, managing partner with Atlantic Equity Partners, a New England-based real estate private equity firm, had stayed at the hotel multiple times before making a proposal to acquire it. After some discussion, it became clear the two parties had come to terms that were favorable to all-involved, Pennessi said.
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Moriches, NYgreaterlongisland.com

Quiet day in the search for Barney the bull in Moriches

Day six in the search for Barney the bull came and went quietly Sunday, with no new sightings reported of the big black bovine who escaped from captivity Tuesday and scampered through Mastic and Shirley neighborhoods. Barney ran from a Moriches farm and certain death early Tuesday. He he had...
New Haven, CTPosted by
New Haven Independent

Jazz Brunches Make Sunday Shine

Brunch is one of the most celebrated meals in this city, and the brunches that include jazz are particularly revered. This reporter decided it was time to revisit three of them: one that had recently restarted, one that was a limited-run event, and one that had been ongoing for the past year.
Connecticut StatePosted by
Daily Voice

Alert Issued In CT Following Multiple Attempted Coyote Attacks On Dogs, Owners

An alert has been issued by officials in Connecticut following multiple attempted coyote attacks on dogs and their owners. Concerns are being raised in New Haven County after there were multiple attacks reported in the Platt Park/Traditions area of the town on Tuesday, July 20, with one successfully getting after a dog that had to be treated by a veterinarian, according to Southbury Animal Control.
West Haven, CTRegister Citizen

Gatisonella Bakery a sugar rush coming to West Haven

WEST HAVEN — It took about three months of driving past the “For Rent” sign in a vacant storefront window for Tabitha Gatison to make the phone call. “I felt anxious and nervous, but I worked up the courage,” and the owner of 19 Wagner Place was immediately nice and accommodating, she said.
New Haven, CTPosted by
New Haven Independent

88 Years Later, Hummels Keep Smoking The Dogs

In 1933, German immigrant brothers William and Robert Hummel purchased a bankrupt sausage factory on New Haven’s Congress Avenue for $1,000. Using a special blend of spices they had refined from their time as apprentice sausage makers in Germany, they established the Hummel Brothers sausage factory. Eighty-eight years later, their...

75th Annual Guild Hall Clothesline Art Sale Opens Friday

Get our Hamptons Insider newsletters delivered direct to you. It’s a historic event, modernized for touch-less shopping and a great way to purchase art, support Guild Hall and our local artists. It’s the 75th annual Clothesline Art Sale—where eager art lovers line up at 9 a.m. outside Guild Hall for...
Patchogue, NYlongislandadvance.net

‘Goat’ out of here!

For the first time ever, the Patchogue Village Parks & Recreation Department successfully offered goat yoga. There are additional dates in July and August for $15 per class. The goats and …. This item is available in full to subscribers. Attention subscribers. We have recently launched a new and improved...
East Hampton, NYHamptons.com

Guild Hall: 75th Clothesline Art Sale

Clothesline is one of the most beloved and affordable art traditions in the Hamptons since its inception in 1946. For 75 years, it has provided accessible artwork to the community, while supporting the local artists who thrive here. Throughout our history, great artists such as Alfonso Ossorio, James Brooks, John Little, Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner, and Elaine and Willem de Kooning have shared their talents to support Guild Hall in this unique annual fundraising effort.
East Hampton, NYHamptons.com

LongHouse Reserve Summer Benefit In East Hampton

The 16-acre nature reserve and sculpture garden in East Hampton – will host their Summer Benefit on July 24th. Dress up in vibrant colors, drink champagne, roam our gardens (with artwork by Daniel Arsham, Yoko Ono, Willem de Kooning), listen to music, and bid on artwork by Ai Weiwei, Dawn deDeaux, Cindy Sherman, and Kiki Smith to name a few! Joshua Werber has designed eccentric floral headdresses for a special host committee which includes LongHouse Reserve President Dianne Benson.