A semipostal stamp honoring Riverhead Medal of Honor recipient PFC Garfield Langhorn will raise funds to assist low-income veteran families if legislation introduced yesterday by Rep. Lee Zeldin becomes law.
So much for expanded vaccine eligibility: crashing websites, voided appointments and lack of supply frustrate residents and officials alike
Local residents report spending futile hours on end trying to make vaccination appointments through the state's website, which repeatedly crashed. Hundreds of people who made appointments at Stony Brook University, using an unauthorized link, had their appointments voided.
Here's a look at crime and police stats for 2020 in Riverhead, compared with 2019.
Downtown Riverhead restaurant owner launches drive to feed out-of-work hospitality staff this winter
Downtown Riverhead restaurateur Jerry Dicecco aims to raise $100,000 to feed out-of-work local hospitality workers and their families this winter.
The vaccine distribution system on the East End, with the new, expanded eligibility categories, is virtually non-existent, the East End's state lawmakers, town supervisors and village mayors wrote in a letter to Gov. Andrew Cuomo and County Executive Steve Bellone.
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The Riverhead Board of Education voted unanimously tonight to fund spring interscholastic sports, music and high school clubs. The cost of the reinstated programs will be paid out of the 2020-2021 budget line for health insurance expenses, after health insurance costs proved to be lower than the amount budgeted.
Riverhead High School and Riley Avenue Elementary School will move to remote-only instruction beginning Tuesday, following onsite COVID-19 testing conducted in the school district today,
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