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Polish Town readies for 45th annual street fair this weekend

It's a perennial favorite in Riverhead — a giant open air market where visitors can enjoy Polish food and music while browsing...

Nancy Gassert: ‘blue and white, through and through’

Former school board member and past president Nancy Gassert of Riverhead died Aug. 15 at age 74.

Passing of torch underway for Riverhead’s annual ‘Stop the Violence’ tournament

Eric Williams, the son of tournament cofounder Larry Williams stepped up to take his father's place after the elder Williams retired and moved out of state.

Hospital executive’s love of nature and photography come together in fundraising auction for PBMC

Andrew Mitchell has honed his photography skills since preschool and now he's using his hobby to help raise money for Peconic Bay Medical Center.

National Night Out celebrated in Riverhead

Winners in the annual National Night Out poster contest were announced at the Riverhead Town Board meeting Tuesday.

Stop the Violence basketball tournament to take place this weekend in Riverhead

Now in its 13th season, the double-elimination tournament features 12 teams competing for a top prize of $5,000.

Alive on 25, Art in the Park will take place this evening in downtown Riverhead

The weather forecast is perfect for the street festival and art exhibit in downtown Riverhead this evening. The fun starts at 5 p.m.

Free concerts planned for three Friday nights in Grangebel Park

“I didn’t want to see us lose anything else in downtown,” Diane Tucci said. “I had to do something.” The former BID executive director raised money for three concerts and booked three bands.

Cardboard Boat Races set for Aug. 10

The ninth edition of the zany popular event takes place Saturday Aug. 10 on the Peconic Riverfront in Downtown Riverhead

Innovative program spans generations at Riverhead day care facility

The former Riverhead Country Day School building adjacent to Stotzky Park has taken on a new life — yes, it’s still a day care center but the hallway that connects the rooms in the north end of the building to those in the south end now bridges a generational gap that spans decades.
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