Riverhead Town government offices are moving into the new Town Hall at 4 West Second St. this week. The current Town Hall will be open on a limited basis. Residents should call ahead if they need to transact business in person.
Riverhead Central School District officials have opened an investigation this week into swastikas drawn on desks in a Riverhead High School classroom.
Court dismisses lawsuit brought by suspended Riverhead department head to enforce subpoena for documents
The judge called the subpoena "nothing more than a fishing expedition" and vacated a July 5 restraining order that had prevented Jefferson Murphree's disciplinary hearing from continuing.
Moratoriums on industrial development in Calverton and commercial battery energy storage facilities town-wide have the support of a majority of the Riverhead Town Board, Council Member Tim Hubbard said today.
IDA action on Triple Five request for tax breaks without firm development plan is ‘improper,’ ‘inappropriate’ & ‘irresponsible,’ senators say
CAT has backed away from its air cargo proposal for EPCAL and now says its development plan is in flux. The IDA's review of CAT's application for tax breaks in the absence of a firm plan is improper, the chairperson of the State Senate's government watchdog committee said. First District Sen. Anthony Palumbo, a member of that committee, agreed.
Tomorrow's Town Board meeting and Community Development Agency meetings have been canceled for lack of a quorum, meaning only two board members out of five were available to attend.
Arlene Doroszka credits genetics for here longevity and good health. But those who know the vibrant 100-year-old say she's kept fit and healthy by remaining active, spending time outdoors, where she enjoys gardening and yard work.
The proposed revisions would generally roll back many of the procedural requirements adopted in 2018 and 2019 that were made after various town departments brought complaints about the existing code to the Town Board.
Rosh Hashanah, the celebration of the Jewish new year 5784, begins at sundown today.Rosh Hashanah is the beginning of a cycle of fall holidays, beginning with sunset on the night of the new moon and continuing with the day of fasting of Yom Kippur.
A coastal flood advisory has been issued for Friday night into Sunday morning for the north shore of Suffolk and Nassau County as Hurricane Lee passes about 250-300 miles east of Montauk, the National Weather Service said this afternoon.