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East End Garden Festival holds last-day sale today at Tanger Outlets in Riverhead

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The East End Garden Festival wraps up today at Tanger Outlets and there are still plenty of plants available before the sale ends this afternoon.

‘Who will tell our story?’ Holocaust survivor’s daughter, Ukrainian priest discuss war and genocide in Ukraine, from Stalin and Hitler to...

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On Sunday, two people with deep ancestral roots in the same region of Ukraine — one the American-born daughter of a Jewish survivor of Nazi genocide, the other a Ukrainian immigrant and Catholic priest — came together in a Riverhead synagogue to share their perspectives on evil, persecution, senseless violence, survival and resilience.

Safely dispose of household hazardous wastes, unwanted medications Saturday at ‘STOP’ Day

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Riverhead residents can safely dispose of electronics, household chemicals, automotive products and more at the town's Stop Throwing Out Pollutants" Day Saturday, May 7 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. A medication take-back event will take place at the same place and time.

East End Food Market begins spring/summer hours: open Wednesdays and Fridays 3-7 p.m.

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The East End Food Market has opened its doors year-round. Starting this week through October, the market will be open Wednesdays and Fridays from 3 to 7 p.m.

Downtown residents form new civic organization

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The new civic group, called the Heart of Riverhead Civic Association, will focus on issues affecting the area from the Peconic River north to Route 58, between Mill Road and Route 105.

Riverhead Little League celebrates its 70th anniversary and two 2021 district championships in opening day ceremonies at Stotzky Park

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Riverhead Little League celebrated its 70th anniversary opening day yesterday at Stotzky Park, where teams, families, friends and supporters gathered to usher in the new season. Photo gallery.

Their families fled the Holocaust. Now they share the stories of their survival and the scars still left behind.

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One woman's father survived Kristallnacht by hiding in the trunk of a car. Another woman's grandmother changed their family's surname to "hide their Jewishness." Local speakers whose parents and grandparents fled the Holocaust share their families' stories of survival and the scars still left behind.

Community comes together to clean up litter in Riverhead in honor of Earth Day

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Participants cleaned more than 35 locations around the town, including town parks, beaches, streets and wooded areas, according to Deborah Wetzel, the chair of the committee.

North Fork Breast Health Coalition raises more than $80,000 at annual gala

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The North Fork Breast Health Coalition raised over $80,000 at its annual Pink Pearl Gala attended by more than 300 guests.

Joe Gergela, 66, remembered as passionate advocate for Long Island farmers

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"He was the face of Long Island farming." Colleagues and friends remember Joe Gergela as a tireless advocate for farmers and farming on Long Island who fought for survival of the industry with passion and dedication.
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