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Courtney Blasl

Courtney Blasl
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Courtney is a photographer, videographer, web designer and writer. She is a lifelong Riverhead resident.

Here’s how you can vote in the 2020 general election

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Here’s everything you need to know about how to cast your vote in the 2020 elections.
A row of houses in a residential neighborhood on a sunny day.

Southampton Town launches digital housing survey for comprehensive plan

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The Town of Southampton is creating a town-wide housing plan as part of an update to the town’s Comprehensive Plan, and is looking for the community's help to develop the best plan to suit the town's needs.

Che Argentinian Steakhouse, downtown’s newest restaurant, overcomes pandemic hurdles to find success

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Che Argentinian Steakhouse, which opened in downtown's former Mazi space this spring, serves traditional Argentinian food in an upscale, trendy environment.
A police officer gives a speeding ticket to a driver.

Local police ramp up speed limit enforcement August 6 to 12

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The intensified enforcement effort against speeding drivers underscores the severity of the problem, both locally and across the nation.

Butterfly Effect Project’s new community garden will donate harvests to local food banks

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Butterfly Effect Project's new community garden, located at the Family Community Life Center, held a ribbon cutting Friday morning.

Free and fun virtual events in August

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Virtual cooking and baking classes, game nights and more are among the free virtual offerings this month from the Riverhead Free Library and other organizations.

Suffolk County Historical Society Museum will reopen on Saturday

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Enjoy a safe, socially-distanced family outing with 15-minute intervals between parties for a fun, worry-free environment.

Hundreds turn out for suicide-prevention walk in downtown Riverhead

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“We are committed to bringing mental health awareness and suicide prevention training to Long Island schools, colleges, universities, community groups, and local corporations." The Long Island chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention raised over $30,000 with its first East End walk in Riverhead yesterday.

Riverhead routs Deer Park 41-0 for big homecoming day win

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Game-action photos from the Riverhead Blue Waves homecoming game victory over Deer Park 41-0.

Smithtown East Bulls topple Riverhead Blue Waves, 35-19

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The Blue Waves fought hard but fell to Smithtown East in Saturday's game at Coach Mike McKillop Memorial Field.
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