Mike Zaleski of Riverhead is taking a four-mile run around Riverhead that takes him past Peconic Bay Medical Center twice, asking drivers to honk to support health care workers. Photo: Denise Civiletti
The death toll reported by the county executive today set a grim record. The number of deaths reported daily has been increasing from week to week. The previous one-day high — 16 deaths — was reported on April 1.
All basketball courts, pickleball courts and dog parks in Riverhead Town are now closed to the public, Riverhead Police Chief David Hegermiller said Friday evening. The skate park and the hockey rink at Stotzky Park are also now closed.
The GIS (geographic information system) map allows users to scroll through a bar graph list of hamlets in the county and view the confirmed COVID case count for each when the cursor hovers over the bar next to the hamlet name.
Peconic Bay Medical Center's first seriously ill coronavirus patient, a 45-year-old man with no pre-existing conditions, shares his story after a week on a ventilator.
A father and son were charged with grand larceny and criminal mischief after police caught them with a large stolen traffic sign...
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Local teachers have staged drive-by “parades,” rallied alumni to record videos on social media and conducted school-wide campaigns to create signs with messages of encouragement for local students stuck at home.
All school board, village board and library board elections scheduled to take place in New York in April or May have been postponed "until at least June 1," under an executive order signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo yesterday.
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