With Christmas approaching, many local organizations and businesses did their part to help families in need enjoy the holiday.
Riverhead High School varsity cheerleaders have qualified for this year’s national competition in Orlando, Florida. But they’ll need the community’s help to get them there.
January’s high school regents exams have been canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the New York State Department of Education announced yesterday.
Suffolk County reached a daily coronavirus test positivity rate of more 13.7% yesterday, as public health experts warn families to take precautions against an expanding surge of the coronavirus led by the omicron variant.
A 5K run on one of the runways at Calverton will honor Andrew McMorris, the Wading River Boy Scout killed by a drunk driver in 2018. Proceeds will benefit a foundation established in his name that works to advocate against drunk driving.
The Riverhead Central School District has received a $600,000 grant to expand its pre-kindergarten programs.
The Peconic River Sportsman's Club has raised $30,000 for three Long Island-based breast cancer health organizations.
One person is dead after a car veered off Flanders Road and crashed into a house early this morning, according to Southampton Town Police.
Officials today discussed possible safety enhancements, such as a four-way stop, at the intersection where an elderly man was killed in a wreck yesterday afternoon.