- Youth and adults alike are invited to bring their fishing gear to the Peconic Riverfront Saturday morning to compete in the 19th Annual Riverhead Snapper Tournament.
Four Riverhead firefighters receive Medal of Valor for heroic late-night rescue of unconscious man from burning homeFour Riverhead firefighters involved in the heroic rescue of an unconscious man from a burning home last year were among those honored by the Vocational Education and Extension Board of Suffolk County with the prestigious Medal of Valor award.
A Sunday morning stroll with a purpose: Tanger 5K steps off to raise money for North Fork Breast Health CoalitionMore than 300 people — breast cancer survivors, family members, friends and supporters — took the North Fork Breast Health Coalition’s 18th annual 5K walk Sunday morning at Tanger Outlets in Riverhead.
- On the scene at the 27th Annual East End Maritime Festival and parade today in the Village of Greenport. Photo slideshow by Katharine Schroeder.
- The North Fork Community Theater has announced its lineup for the 2016-2017 year. It is the local playhouse’s 59th season.
- Riverhead will paint the town pink during October in support of breast cancer awareness month. From Oct. 9 through Oct. 23, Main Street businesses will participate in the American Cancer Society’s “Main Street Goes Pink” by displaying pink ribbons, offering signature pink products or otherwise promoting breast cancer awareness at ...
‘There’s not a single day I don’t miss him:’ Local woman organizes suicide prevention fundraiser in memory of lost loveThe fundraiser will start at 7 p.m. at Four Doors Down in Mattituck.
Riverhead paramedic, deceased Wading River fire commissioner to be honored by Heidi’s Helping Angels at annual eventHeidi’s Helping Angels will honor RVAC paramedic Joseph Oliver and the late Thomas Lateulere at its annual fundraising dinner coming up on Oct. 6.
- Johanna Benthal has always loved spending time outdoors. But her brain injury makes it difficult for her to exercise for very long, and her family has long struggled to find ways to get her outside and moving around.
- A spirited crowd of more than 100 people marched up Main Street yesterday singing, dancing, shouting “Riverhead para Cristo” (“Riverhead for Christ”) and stopping to pray along the way, answering the call of the Shofar, the ceremonial ram’s horn trumpet of ancient Israel. Photos.
- The event featured safety demonstrations, tours, K-9 demonstrations and a special surprise of dozens of homemade cupcakes donated by Connetquot High School students.