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Riverhead wants more community input on town square design through survey

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Riverhead Town has put out a second online survey looking for community input for the design of the new town square on East Main Street. The survey is available until July 2.

Riverhead Polish Hall planning festival in place of canceled Polish Fair

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Riverhead Polish Hall is planning a one-day Polish festival on Aug. 21 to help fill the void left by the cancellation of the Polish Town Street Fair and Festival this year.

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Downed power line in Baiting Hollow leaves 41 customers in the dark

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A downed power line left 41 customers without power in Baiting Hollow early this morning.

Thiele’s LIPA reform bills sail through legislature

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Five bills sponsored by Assemblyman Fred Thiele aimed at increasing transparency, accountability and oversight of the Long Island Power Authority and its contractor PSEG-LI have passed both chambers of the state legislature.

Cops: Man drove drunk with 2-year-old child in vehicle

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Riverhead Town Police report the DWI arrest of a man operating a vehicle on Sound Avenue last night with his 2-year-old son in the vehicle.

‘Reflextions: Art in the Park’ lights up riverfront park in downtown Riverhead

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"Reflextions: Art in the Park" transforms the three-acre, riverfront Grangebel Park into into to a walkable, nautical-themed, interactive outdoor gallery, featuring more than a dozen illuminated exhibits.
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Air quality health advisory in effect

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The air quality index on Long Island today is forecast to climb above 100 and will be unhealthy for people in sensitive groups, such as young children, people with asthma or other respiratory disease, and those involved in rigorous outdoor work,

Celebrating the Class of 2021 with a parade

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Photos: Dozens of cars decked out in blue and white lined up on North Griffing Avenue before parading past the the high school, where they were greeted by cheering family members, teachers and staff.

Car crashes through front of Main Street restaurant late Friday night

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A Maserati crashed through the front of Dark Horse Restaurant in Riverhead late last night. The driver was arrested on a DWI charge, police said this morning.

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Riverhead school trustee-elect is first Democratic-Socialist member to win elective office...

Colin Palmer, Riverhead school trustee-elect, is the first elected official in Suffolk County to be a member of the Democratic-Socialists of America organization.

Celebrating the Class of 2021 with a parade

Photos: Dozens of cars decked out in blue and white lined up on North Griffing Avenue before parading past the the high school, where they were greeted by cheering family members, teachers and staff.

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Louise R. Young, 76

Elizabeth B. Scott, 80

Elaine D. Taylor, 76

Shirley Zuhoski memorial

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