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Courtney Blasl

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

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.

Riverhead students give the gift of music to kids across the world

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.

‘A promise of our future and a reminder of our past:’ Flag Day at Pulaski

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.

Remembering Robert Entenmann: businessman, vineyard owner honored in PBMC dedication ceremony

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.

Photos: Scouts decorate graves at Calverton National Cemetery in annual Memorial Day tradition

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.

Spicy’s will reopen ‘soon,’ owners say

Spicy's Bar-B-Que Chicken was seized by state tax authorities yesterday, but owners this morning assured their fans that they would reopen.

Photos: Players round the bases for Riverhead Little League opening day

The sun was shining at Stotzky Park this morning as the Riverhead Little League launched its 2018 season.

Blue Masques take us ‘under the sea’ for The Little Mermaid, opening tonight

Performances are Friday at 7 p.m., Saturday at 2 and 7 p.m., and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online or at the door.

Winter storm watch: 4 to 9 inches of wet, heavy snow expected Tuesday night into late Wednesday

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for possible heavy, wet snow with accumulations of four to nine inches on Long Island tomorrow night.

Santa poses with furry and feathered friends at Talmage Farm Agway

Santa posed with pets of all shapes and sizes and their families at the free annual event, which drew such a crowd Saturday morning that the line nearly went out the door and into the snow.