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TV show seeks pregnant couples to film birthing class for TLC

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Producers of a television show for The Learning Channel are looking for pregnant couples in their late 20s, 30s and 40s for a show about childbirth that will be filming in the Riverhead area next Sunday.

Photos: Wading River hosts 23rd Annual Duck Pond Day

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Wading River celebrated the 23rd Annual Duck Pond Day yesterday with a foot race, parade and street fair.

Riverhead students pick up Teeny Award honors at 15th annual ceremonies

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The 15th Annual Teeny Awards were presented yesterday in formal ceremonies at Southampton High School.

‘She is cured’: Aquebogue kindergarten teacher, diagnosed with stage four breast cancer, defies prognosis

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Keri Stromski was stunned by her diagnosis of stage four breast cancer in December. Told she was terminal with not long to live, Stromski turned to her faith, her friends, organic foods, Chinese herbs and a resilient spirit. Last week, after a PET scan, her oncologist told her she is in 'complete remission.'

Photos: Kids march against drugs in downtown Riverhead

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Pulaski Street Elementary School students took to the streets of downtown Riverhead to march against drugs and pledge to keep their bodies drug-free for Riverhead CAP’s 32nd annual “Say No to Drugs” march. Photos.

Hope Day returns this year and aims to empower and help the local community

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"It’s all about meeting our community needs and bringing awareness to our neighborhood.” Hope Day a one-day event held in multiple locations across Long Island, NYC and NJ, will return for the second time to the Flanders-Riverside area.

Photos: Colorful chalk masterpieces emerge from the pavement in Riverhead

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The 21st annual Community Mosaic Street Painting Festival drew a great crowd to downtown Riverhead today, where chalk artists created colorful and often masterful works of art on the pavement canvas of East Main Street.

A 23-year tradition: Scouts decorate graves at Calverton National Cemetery

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Scouts placed American flags on the nearly quarter-million graves at Calverton National Cemetery this morning.

Local string students: Here’s your chance to perform under Itzhak Perlman

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East End Arts again offers local string students the chance to perform under virtuoso Itzhak Perlman this summer.

Coming up: Memorial Day ceremonies and parades on the North Fork

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The North Fork remembers those who paid the ultimate price for our freedom with ceremonies and parades.