The Flanders Northampton Volunteer Ambulance Company is hosting a toy drive in memory of Gracelyn Perkowski, the 4-year-old child who died following a car accident on Flanders Road Jan. 13.
An allegedly drunk driver on the grounds of the Riverhead Correctional Facility was arrested last night for driving while intoxicated and possession of a “ghost gun,” the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office said this morning.
The Riverhead Police Department is asking the public's help to locate Maria Mete, 13, who left the Little Flower Children’s Services campus...
Assemblywoman Jodi Giglio and Sheriff Errol Toulon are offering free COVID-19 test kits and N95 masks to the community Saturday morning.
Suffolk County Police are offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of the driver in a fatal hit and run crash in Riverside last week.
Drag racing events will be held on 12 weekends this year at the Calverton Enterprise Park, after approvals granted by the town board Wednesday.
More than 300 tax grievance lawsuits are filed against Riverhead every year. Here’s what it means to you at tax...
Commercial property owners in Riverhead have gotten their tax assessments reduced by tens of millions of dollars through litigation over the past five years.
The Riverhead-based Maureen’s Haven is pushing through another pandemic winter to provide shelter, food and more to the East End's homeless population. The number of people seeking shelter this winter has been "through the roof" since Christmas.
Police said Jordain Baskerville,16, is a white male, approximately 5’-6” tall, 150 lbs., with brown eyes and black hair. He was last seen wearing a black bubble jacket, jeans and black shoes. He left Timothy Hill Children’s Ranch on Jan. 17. No foul play is suspected, police said.
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Administrators in the Riverhead Central School District outlined their plan for the return of a nine-period day and the expansion of their course offerings in advance of this year’s upcoming budget proposal.
Superintendent Augustine Tornatore said 25% of the student population and 22% of the district’s staff did not attend school the last three days, a number which he attributed primarily to COVID cases, isolations and those waiting for test results.
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