A Riverhead man is facing a felony grand larceny charge in connection with the alleged theft of a van from a house on Middle Road, Riverhead Town Police said in a press release Sunday morning.
2. What’s the plan for Riverhead’s $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative grant? Public meetings take place Monday.
Riverhead is embarking on a state-structured process for devising its strategic investment plan for the $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative grant it was awarded in January. The town's first two public meetings, including a public participation session, are scheduled for Monday.
3. People convicted of marijuana-related offenses or their relatives to get first shot at retail licenses, under proposed regulations.
People affected by old laws that criminalized marijuana will be the first to open adult-use cannabis retail businesses under new regulations proposed by the New York State Office of Cannabis Management’s Cannabis Control Board.
Twin Fork Beer Co. and Organizing the Hamptons are hosting a fundraiser for a Ukrainian charity fund supporting orphanages providing shelter to children and their mothers as the war rages on.
The project calls for the installation of an innovative process at the district’s waste treatment facility on River Avenue that will reduce the total volume of dehydrated sludge produced at the plant — and that, in turn, will reduce the district's ever-increasing cost of transporting it to a Pennsylvania landfill for disposal.
Federal representatives have secured a $3.5 million grant for Riverhead Town to help offset the cost of bringing public water to more than 60 homes in Manorville.
M&T has obtained all regulatory approvals for its acquisition of People's United in an all-stock transfer valued at $7.6 billion. The closing is expected to take place on or about April 1.
A 47-year-old male pedestrian was airlifted to Stony Brook University Hospital with serious injuries after being struck by a vehicle on West Main Street Wednesday evening.
The Lady Blue Waves alumnae will host the Bellport Lady Clippers Alumnae at Riverhead High School on Friday, April 1, starting at 7 p.m. Proceeds from the event will go to support the Riverhead Girls Basketball Booster Club.
Riverhead Lions Club celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with a traditional corned beef and cabbage feast, Irish music and step-dancing Thursday night at Bistro 72 at the Hotel Indigo.
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