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Surgeons at Peconic Bay Medical Center ranked among best in New York State and nationally

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Two surgeons of the Orthopedic Department at Peconic Bay Medical Center have been ranked as best in in New York State and...

Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps will see $2,000 annual grant thanks to late auto dealer’s contribution to trade group’s endowment

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Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps saw a $2,000 boost on its balance sheet last month, when Apple Honda presented the corps with a grant from the National Automobile Dealers endowment.

Applications for first recreational marijuana dispensary licenses now being accepted; Long Island set to receive 20 licenses

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The state is now accepting applications for adult-use dispensary licenses. Twenty will be issued for locations on Long Island. Riverhead is one of four L.I. towns that chose not to opt-out of marijuana sales. A local code to regulate dispensaries and lounges is still in the works.

Splish Splash to open for the season Saturday, with ‘Hyperlight’ tube ride and cashless service

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Splish Splash in Calverton will open for the 2022 summer season on Saturday, with a new tube ride called 'Hyperlight' and cashless service throughout the park.

Four businesses, including restaurants and ‘selfie studio,’ planned for Riverview Lofts

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Four would-to-be tenants for the ground floor space of Riverview Lofts presented their businesses to the Riverhead Industrial Development Agency, including a “selfie studio," a Mexican restaurant, a new ice cream shop with a Mexican flair and a fitness studio.

Riverhead Zoning Board asked for ruling on proposed waste-to-energy facility at EPCAL

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A developer looking to build a waste-to-energy facility at the Calverton Enterprise Park is asking the Riverhead Zoning Board of Appeals to overrule the town building department's determination that the zoning code prohibits the use. The facility, proposed by Melville-based CEA Energy, would process organic wastes and generate renewable natural gas and compostable soil amenders, according to documents filed with the ZBA.

Riverhead Home Depot reopens after fire

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The Riverhead Home Depot reopened for business this morning following a fire Monday that damaged its main entrance. That entrance is closed but the store opened using the building's other entrances.

Carpenters recruit apprentices

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The North Atlantic States Carpenters Training Fund (formerly known as New England Carpenters) will conduct a recruitment from March 7, 2022 through...

Bricklayers recruit apprentices

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The Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for Bricklayers & Allied Craftworkers Local Union #1, will conduct a recruitment from February 25, 2022...

Riverhead law firm announces new associate

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Jacqueline Morley has joined the Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP as an associate. She will concentrate her practice in real estate, zoning and land use, and environmental law.
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