- Holiday closings and schedule changes for the holiday that’s come to be known popularly as Presidents Day, despite its official designation honoring our first president.
- Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and the Riverhead Police Department are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the person(s) who stole two quads from Honda of Riverhead last month.
- A Cutchogue man is facing a slew of charges after he drove impaired by drugs and crashed into road signs and a guardrail on County Road 104 in Riverside yesterday morning, police said.
Riverhead councilman to be inducted as grand marshal of fourth annual Jamesport St. Patrick’s Day ParadeCouncilman James Wooten will be inducted next weekend as the grand marshal of the Jamesport St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
School board seeks public input in superintendent search with online survey and March 2 community forumThe Riverhead school board is conducting an online survey and hosting a community forum March 2 to gather input on the search for a new superintendent.
- Riverhead Town Supervisor Sean Walter gave his eighth annual “State of the Town” speech Wednesday night at a dinner meeting of the town’s three service clubs.
- Riverhead officials are again discussing lack of compliance with the town code requirements for snow clearing. The current penalty provided by code is not high enough to be a deterrent, they say.
- A large crowd turned out to march for immigration reform and solidarity this afternoon in Hampton Bays in observance o “A Day Without Immigrants.”
- Local immigrants and supporters will participate in a national strike today as a way to peacefully protest the current anti-immigrant rhetoric, as well as a way to demonstrate the impact immigrants have on the local economy and society on a daily basis.
- East Main Street will be closed to vehicular traffic today between Peconic/Roanoke and Union avenues for snow removal operations by town highway department crews,
- The site known as Sharper’s Hill in Jamesport will be preserved, County Legislator Al Krupski announced tonight during Riverhead Supervisor Sean Walter’s State of the Town speech at a dinner meeting in Polish Town.
- The 22-year-old Riverhead man won a trip to Palermo, Sicily this fall to compete in a vocal concert after taking the top prize at the SongUSA competition in Brooklyn last month.
- Bob Furlong, a driving force in Riverhead youth sports for decades died Feb. 15 at Stony Brook University Hospital after a long illness. He was 58.
- Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Southampton Town Police detectives are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate the person who stole a motorcycle from a residence in Riverside last month.
- Riverhead Middle School named the students who made honor roll or high honor roll for the second quarter of the 2016-17 school year.
- Last night’s senior night at Riverhead High School belonged to coach Dave Spinella, who coached his last game — fittingly, a 70-29 victory over Lindenhurst.
- It was a tough loss the Blue Waves on senior night yesterday, falling 56-50 to Connetquot, coming off a victory over Northport last time out.
- Real Estate Transfers during the period of Nov. 16 to Dec. 15, 2016. Fishers Island 06390 M. Kenyon Trust to E. & R. & L. Connolly, Alpine Avenue, One Family Year-Round Residence, .12 Ac., $126,000; on Nov. 25, 2016. Fishers Island LLC to D. & S. Fisher-Owens, 145 Crescent Ave., One Family Year-Round Residence, .51 Ac., $578,000; on ...
- The box with the DIY assembly couch weighed 97 pounds. It didn’t fit in the car. It was sleeting and there were many miles between the store and our home. What could go wrong?
- Congressman Zeldin can no longer assume he can make statements without having to defend them. His constituents demand and deserve evidence-based justification for his positions.
- The return of the Juvenile Drug Treatment Court in Suffolk County is good news for parents and families.
- Turns out, adulthood has plenty of unforeseen drawbacks.
- The secret to love can be summarized in just three principles.
- Rep. Lee Zeldin sets forth his local legislative priorities in this first of a two-part op-ed.
- Feeling sluggish? Worried about your health? Join PBMC’s Women’s Wellness seminar to learn how small lifestyle changes can bring big results.
- Robert M. Galler, DO, MPH, has been appointed the director of neurosurgery at Peconic Bay Medical Center.
- Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer found in men and, caught early, it can be successfully treated. To learn more about the newest technology to treat it, ...
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