“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.
Game-action photos from the Riverhead Blue Waves homecoming game victory over Deer Park 41-0.
The Blue Waves fought hard but fell to Smithtown East in Saturday's game at Coach Mike McKillop Memorial Field.
Original sketch comedy, live music and short film take stage at Vail Leavitt with Management Productions Summer Revue
Management Productions will host its annual variety show at Vail-Leavitt Music Hall tonight. This year the show features original sketch comedy, short films, live music and even a ten-minute musical.
What began as a simple idea to keep kids entertained during the last few weeks of school has turned into a one-of-a-kind program that has Riverhead students helping kids across the world in an unexpected way: by giving them the gift of music.
Pulaski Street Elementary School's fifth grade class celebrated Flag Day today with the Daughters of the American Revolution, who came to teach them about the history of the American flag and the importance of respecting it.
Peconic Bay Medical Center named its new administrative center on West Second Street for Robert Entenmann, acknowledging his family's $5 million gift to the hospital's cardiac care center and critical care tower.
Suffolk County Scout troops and their family members began placing the flags at 9:30 this morning, working together to quickly adorn each of the more than 230,000 graves in the 1000-acre cemetery with a small American Flag.
The sun was shining at Stotzky Park this morning as the Riverhead Little League launched its 2018 season.