1. A spooky night in downtown Riverhead, as goblins, zombies and dancing dinosaurs take to the street for Halloween parade.
Riverhead's Halloween Festival drew hundreds of people downtown Saturday for spooky family fun, starting with the crowd-pleasing coffin races, continuing with trick-or-treating along Main Street and culminating in an after-dark costume parade and performances.
The 'Back to the Future' team — York Fife, Jack Bartolo, Landon Zaleski, Quinn Stromski and Justin Lopresti — motoring in the DeLorean Time Machine, won the Ghoulies Division and took home a $150 prize.
The town board work session ended abruptly Thursday after the four Republican members walked out as the board's lone Democrat, Councilwoman Catherine Kent, who is challenging Supervisor Yvette Aguiar in the Nov. 2 election, attempted to respond to accusations of campaigning during town board meetings and coordinating a political attack with community residents.
4. Riverhead will enhance lighting with aid of $93,000 in county downtown revitalization grant funds.
Two lighting enhancement projects in Downtown Riverhead will see a combined $93,000 in Suffolk County Downtown Revitalization grant funds awarded to the Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association.
Riverhead Police report the arrest of a 19-year-old Riverhead man in connection with gunshots fired at a house on Sound Avenue in Calverton Oct. 4.
Riverhead police are looking for people who burglarized two Riverhead stores within a half-hour early this morning.
7. Town code changed to allow sidewalk cafés in Village Center districts in Jamesport, Aquebogue hamlets and Polish Town.
Sidewalk cafés have been allowed in downtown Riverhead zoning districts since 2004. The town board on Tuesday amended the town code to allow sidewalk cafés in the Village Center zoning district, which exists in parts of the hamlets of Jamesport, Aquebogue and Polish Town. Photo: Peter Blasl
The former Manorville Fire District commissioner and his bride of 65 years celebrated their wedding anniversary Wednesday at Peconic Bay MedicalCenter, where Patricia Connelly is a long-term resident of the skilled nursing facility.
Here's a rundown of the races in this year's General Election, with a focus on Riverhead Town. Early voting is underway and continues through Oct. 31.
The Riverhead Waves 9u travel baseball team won the Town of Brookhaven fall season championship in a playoff double-header under the lights last Friday night. Eleven of the team's 13 members were on the Riverhead Little League District 36 championship team this year.
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