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What you need to know about what's going on in Riverhead in the week ahead.
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Town sets bow-hunting lottery for Sept. 23

The lottery takes place Monday, Sept. 23 at 6 p.m. at Riverhead Town Hall and is open to Riverhead Town residents and real property owners only.

More mosquito samples test positive for West Nile virus

Eleven mosquito samples in Suffolk County have tested positive for West Nile virus, the county health department announced today.

Developer presents plan for four-story apartment building on East Main Street

Huntington developer G2D Group is proposing 36 one- and two-bedroom, market-rate rental apartments and 37 parking spaces.

Meet Riverhead’s new police officers

Officers Cameron Oswald, left, Craig Vasey, Peter Anderson and Daniel Clark were appointed by the Riverhead Town Board Sept. 4.

September 11, 2001: Do we remember?

Those of us who experienced the events of that day as they unfolded — even from a great distance — will never forget them. We have a solemn responsibility to make sure that the new "day of infamy" and people who perished in those attacks are not forgotten.

New Route 58 auto dealership gets green light

The planning board approved a 31,146-square-foot, two-story building for auto sales and service at 1716 Old Country Road.

New York will move to ban flavored e-cigarette products

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced today he will pursue legislation to ban flavored e-cigarette products in New York.

Optimum has widespread service outage Friday night

Optimum phone service was impacted locally, while Optimum customers in New York City, Westchester and parts of New Jersey and Connecticut were left without phone, TV or Internet service.

State health department issues new vaping warning, reports findings about additive to cannabis-containing products

State health department investigators believe the cases of vaping-related lung disease being reported across New York are tied to an additive in cannabis vape products, the agency announced yesterday.
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