Here’s a look at some of the top business stories that made headlines in and around your community this past week.
High Gear Fitness in Westhampton held its last spin class.
The business, which opened in 2012 and featured spin, TRX classes and boot camps, closed for good after a spin class with Roland and TRX training with Donna on Sunday.
On Sunday, Sept. 22, a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at Vines & Hops Cafe and Tavern, at 127 East Main Street in Riverhead.
The North Fork is gearing up for its biggest off-season event ever — and local businesses are asked to team up with ideas to make Veterans Day weekend one that will have visitors coming back for months and years to come.
Starbucks in Bridgehampton reopened Tuesday morning after workers fixed a problem that caused a carbon monoxide leak that sent three to the hospital on Monday.
Rowdy Hall in East Hampton Village are offering German fare and beer specials for Oktoberfest, kicking it off this weekend.
The fifth annual Oktoberfest at Rowdy Hall gets started Saturday when the restaurant will be converted into a traditional German beer garden with picnic tables in the courtyard and communal dining tables in the dining room.