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Katie Morosky

Katie Morosky
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Katie, winner of the 2016 James Murphy Cub Reporter of the Year award from the L.I. Press Club, is a co-publisher of RiverheadLOCAL. A Riverhead native, she is a 2014 graduate of Stony Brook University. Email Katie

Gyms can start reopening as soon as next week with restrictions, Cuomo says

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Gyms in New York State could begin reopening as soon as next week after more than five months of closure.

Bowling alleys can reopen Monday, with guidance on gyms to follow, Cuomo says

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Bowling alleys can reopen Monday, and guidance for the reopening of gyms will be released next week, Cuomo says.
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Long Island school districts can reopen for in-person instruction this September, Cuomo announces

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School districts will officially be allowed to reopen for in-person instruction this fall, so long as their region's infection rate remains low and their reopening plans are approved by the state.

Baiting Hollow Scout Camp staff member tests positive for COVID-19

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A staff member at Baiting Hollow Scout Camp has tested positive for COVID-19, the camp announced yesterday.

Riverhead school reopening plan: Two days in school, masks required, opt-in for fully remote

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Riverhead unveiled an extensive plan for reopening school to some in-person instruction, with staggered schedules, strict mask requirements and daily temperature checks among the changes the district is planning to bring students back to school safely this fall.

Splish Splash will stay closed for rest of 2020

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Splish Splash water park won't reopen for the rest of the summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

With looming cuts to state aid, Riverhead will vote again on failed school budget Tuesday

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A second school budget failure would not only portend steep spending cuts to sports and clubs, but further restrict the district’s resources as it confronts the enormous task of safely sending children back to the classroom in September.

New York’s health insurance enrollment now open through August 15

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New York has extended its special health insurance enrollment period an additional 30 days, through August 15.

Safely dispose of medications and household chemicals at Saturday’s drive-thru ‘take-back’ event

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Riverhead CAP and Riverhead Police Department are hosting a drive-thru take-back day at the Riverhead Highway Yard on Osborn Avenue Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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New York will allow some schools to reopen with masks, temperature checks and other restrictions this fall

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New York State will allow schools in regions with low infection rates to bring students back to the classroom this fall, with a number of restrictions.
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