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Suffolk SPCA offers free pet food distribution Thursday at Stotzky Park

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Suffolk SPCA is hosting a free dog and cat food distribution Thursday at Stotzky Park, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. or until supplies last.

Heidi’s Helping Angels group presents scholarships to five Riverhead High School grads

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Heidi's Helping Angels presented Heidi Behr Memorial Scholarships to five members of the Riverhead High School Class of 2020 yesterday: Jessica Murgolo, Megan McIntosh, Kate Chapman, Caleigh Cantalupo and Elizabeth Buckley, pictured here with with Heidi Behr's parents, John and June Behr.

Island Harvest to hold food distribution for seniors 60 and older on July 13

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Residents 60 and over who meet certain income limits are invited to a free drive-up food distribution by Island Harvest Food Bank on Monday, July 13 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at Riverhead Free Library.

‘Our voices are important’: Students plan rally for school budget passage July 25

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Riverhead High School students and football players Andrew MacGray, right, Mike Pace, left, and Mike McLean are organizing a rally July 25 to urge voters to pass the school budget.

A (sort of) different Fourth of July: lots of traffic, shoppers, barbecues and illegal fireworks

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There were no official fireworks shows, which were canceled due to the large crowds these events typically draw. But there were plenty of illegal fireworks lighting up the after-dark skies from one end of town to the other, delighting some residents and annoying others.

A socially distant send-off: Riverhead’s Class of 2020 honored in multiple diploma ceremonies

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Riverhead High School awarded diplomas to four groups of students today in its first series of outdoor diploma ceremonies.

Coronavirus cancels 21st annual railroad festival

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This year's popular summer festival would have been the 21st annual event for the Railroad Museum of Long Island.

Amid the pandemic that disrupted their senior year, Riverhead’s Class of 2020 gets a stirring virtual sendoff in an intimate online...

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The virtual format, while so different from the typical ceremony on the football field, in front of bleachers packed with cheering family members and friends, had a special charm — a unique intimacy that set it apart from the electric environment of past graduations. Most everything about last night's ceremony was up close and personal.

Virtual concert with local bands will benefit eight breweries on the North Fork

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Two concerts, dubbed Craft Aid, will be live-streamed on July 2 and 3 from 8 to 10 p.m. Donations collected during the stream will go to benefit eight North Fork breweries, including six in Riverhead.

We salute the Riverhead High School Class of 2020

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Congratulations to the Riverhead High School Class of 2020, which has its virtual graduation ceremony today at 5:30 p.m.
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