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County to spray marshes with larvicide

The county’s vector control division plans to spray larvicides on parts of more than 40 marshes this week.

School vote May 21: $144.4 million budget and two school board seats at stake

Voters go to the polls tomorrow to give the Riverhead school district’s proposed $144.4 operating budget thumbs-up or thumbs-down and to select two trustees

Forum set on immigration policy impacts

“Immigration 2019: From the Border to our Backyard” will examine current immigration policy, its broad impact across the American political landscape and the direct effects here on the East End and North Fork.

Buckle up: Seat belt enforcement campaign kicks off Monday

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that in 2017, seat belts saved 14,955 lives.

Town board will take up measure hiring new outside counsel for advice on EPCAL contract

After a month-long delay, a resolution hiring a new law firm to advise the town on the status of its contract with Calverton Aviation and Technology will be back on the agenda next week.

EPCAL contract of sale finalized

Calverton Aviation and Technology has given Riverhead Town notice of its intention to proceed to closing.

‘Outraged’ school board will ‘aggressively pursue’ case against principal, vows to cooperate with police investigation

The Riverhead Board of Education the first time publicly addressed a sex scandal involving the high school principal and a female student at their meeting Tuesday night.

Riverhead school bus driver saves choking child

Riverhead school bus driver Martin Doelger saved a choking student with the Heimlich maneuver Friday afternoon.

Town recreation committee wants to turn to private sector for funding

Frustrated by an ongoing lack of funds to develop and improve the town's recreation facilities, the chairman of the Riverhead recreation advisory committee wants to form a non-profit organization to raise money privately.

Zeldin to host mobile office hours in Riverhead Monday

Rep. Lee Zeldin is having mobile office hours today in Riverhead from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Riverhead Fire Department headquarters, located at 540 Roanoke Avenue, Riverhead.
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