- The two residents safely evacuated the home under heavy smoke conditions. Neither was injured. One firefighter sustained a minor injury during firefighting operations.
- Plans for a carnival in Riverside have been shelved. “…We just couldn’t get all of our ducks in a row in time,” organizers said.
- Town officials say the organizers’ ‘hectic schedules’ made picking new date impossible, but ex-councilman George Gabrielsen whose family powered the event since its founding six years ago, tells a different story.
Riverhead woman, seriously injured in car accident, plans demonstration against drunk driving MondayAfter Margarita Jimenez broke her back and her neck in a serious car accident last July, the Riverhead woman wants to raise awareness about the dangers of drunk driving with a demonstration in Riverhead Monday evening.
East End Arts string students to play under the baton of Itzhak Perlman at Southold High School next weekYoung string students at East End Arts are practicing hard for the opportunity to play for violin virtuoso and renowned maestro Itzhak Perlman.
- New York State’s “Move-Over” law has been expanded to include volunteer firefighters and ambulance workers.
- There will be music, entertainment, goodies and fun for the whole family on Osborn Avenue Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. to celebrate the library’s 120th birthday.
When fake bomb is tossed into NYPD van, Riverhead grad heroically tries to save ‘as many people as possible’Peter Cybulski, a 2009 Riverhead grad, was sitting in a parked patrol car in Times Square last night when a man pulled up beside him, threw a package into the car’s window, and zoomed away.
- During summer vacation, lots of kids go to camp — and so do some adults. Close to 200 participants attended an “EdCamp” at Riverhead High School on July 11. The camp ...
- Photos from Riverhead High School’s Varsity Awards presentation on June 1.
- Five Riverhead High School athletes who have received scholarships to play for Division I or Division II schools this fall were honored at a signing ceremony today at the high school.
- Top-seeded Center Moriches defeated McGann-Mercy in the first round of playoffs yesterday.
- The stories behind some of the homes in the residential neighborhood north of East Main Street, which were mostly built in the century between 1840 and 1940.
- Sea Tow Foundation is offering boaters peace of mind on the water with emergency beacon rentals available online thanks to a donation by a Florida manufacturer.
- Ah, Father’s Day weekend, this week, as memories of cool waters and fish elongated by time push to the front of our minds, we, both the pros and the amateurs, hear the call to grab our gear and boat a fish to render yet another nostalgic day with dear old dad. As a cold front pushed ...
- A bill pending in the State Legislature could impose significant restrictions on fishing in Plum Gut, the Sluiceway and part of the Race.
- Summer life has taken over. Here’s an easy-to-make pasta dish you can make ahead.
- Getting to know one another as people, rather than stereotypes, is the key to ending racial strife in America.
- America’s conversion to a gambling nation has fed government’s addiction to growth. A tribal casino for L.I. is not as far-fetched an idea as it may have seemed — and the Calverton Enterprise Park continues to be the subject of discussion among developers, real estate brokers, bankers and politicians.
- The plans for the last two beach vacations in a row didn’t quite work out as expected. Will the “third time’s a charm” actually work?
- Now that you are all professional taco makers (and eaters) there is only one thing left to ramp up your Taco Tuesday. Chile con Queso, aka a bowl full of delicious cheese sauce.
- Assemblyman Fred Thiele called an ‘invitation’ only, closed-door meeting of ‘stakeholders’ to discuss LIRR’s East End service. Stakeholders, as defined by Thiele and the LIRR, don’t include the public — taxpayers, riders or members of the press.
- Knowing some basic rescue skills like CPR or how to operate an AED may help you save someone’s life one day.
- Learn how to stay heart healthy and beat the number one killer of women – heart disease.
PBMC Parent Lecture Series topics: Late Talkers, Picky Eaters, Motor Development, Sensory StrategiesPBMC will be offering a lecture series for parents on Monday nights between May 9 and June 6. All lectures will take place from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. in ...
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