1. Police: Two women wanted for assault at 7-Eleven on Old Country Road.

Two women punched a male convenience store employee in the face and head and then stabbed him in the leg, Riverhead Police said.

2. Second lawsuit filed over Riverhead’s pet dealer law.

The owner of Puppy Experience in Aquebogue and the pet dealers advocacy group People United to Protect Pet Integrity have jointly filed a lawsuit seeking to invalidate Riverhead Town's local law banning the sale by pet stores of commercially bred dogs, cats and rabbits.

3. Teens on paintball shooting spree take aim at homes, vehicles and children on bicycles, sending one boy to hospital with eye injury.

One boy on a bicycle took "a direct paintball hit to the eye" and was taken to the hospital with “a significant eye injury,” Riverhead Police said.

4. A hometown hero shines in national spotlight.

Retired Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Kevin Carrick of Aquebogue talks about his experience as the grand marshal of the New York City Veterans Day Parade.

5. Honoring those who served: Veterans Day ceremonies held in Riverhead and Calverton.

Veterans Day ceremonies held today in Riverhead and at Calverton National Cemetery honored the nation's military veterans with prayer, wreaths, music and remembrances.

6. Woman stabbed in fight outside 7-Eleven on West Main Street: Riverhead Police.

A fight between two Riverhead women in the parking lot of the 7-Eleven on West Main Street this morning left one of the women with extensive stab wounds and in need of emergency surgery, Riverhead Town Police said in a press release. The other is facing assault and weapon possession charges.

7. Calverton man, member of Bloods gang, convicted of murder and numerous other charges after federal jury trial: prosecutors.

Lawrence Lewis, 38, of Calverton, was convicted yesterday on charges of murder, racketeering, narcotics possession and distribution, forcible rape, sex trafficking, multiple firearms offenses and witness tampering, after a four-week jury trial in federal district court in Central Islip.

8. Aquebogue attorney under fire for lawn signs bidding Riverhead’s Latina supervisor ‘adios’.

Aquebogue attorney Ron Hariri has come under fire for comments he's made referencing the town supervisor's ethnicity and for signs posted outside a building he recently renovated for a satellite office, declaring “Adios, Aguiar.”

9. A horse’s warm nuzzle offers healing comfort at Spirit’s Promise Equine Rescue.

The Baiting Hollow ranch, where animals help people cope with grief and mental health issues, has expanded its programs to include therapies for children with special needs.

10. Town board orders highway superintendent to conduct loose leaf pickup this month.

The standoff over loose leaf pickup in Riverhead has escalated: The Town Board Wednesday approved a resolution ordering Highway Superintendent George Woodson to conduct loose leaf pickup by the end of the month.

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