1. From the rubble of Ground Zero, lessons on unity, resilience and the importance of remembering.

Twenty years worth of perspective on the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks has brought into focus the importance of how America responded to the attack as a nation, speakers told their audiences at the three remembrance ceremonies held in Riverhead yesterday.

2. Sept. 11, 2001: In memoriam.

Twenty years ago, on a September morning of brilliant blue skies and bright sunshine, life as we knew it changed forever.

3. Flanders Fire Department remembers Sept. 11 attacks on 20th anniversary.

Flanders Fire Department marked the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks with solemn ceremonies at Fireman's Park on Flanders Road.

4. Insatiable Eats Creative Kitchen to open in former Michelangelo’s location.

Insatiable Eats Chef Marco Barrila will run his catering and events business and a new eatery in the former Michelangelo's restaurant on East Main Street.

5. Riverhead loses an icon: Hawk Woodson, 85.

Hawk Woodson, remembered by many as "Mr. Riverhead" was a local icon, a lifelong Riverhead resident who touched generations with his easy smile and kind words.

6. Town board rejects permit for two-story office building on Main Road in Aquebogue.

The town board on Wednesday denied a special permit application for a two-story medical office building on Main Road in Aquebogue.

7. Riverhead holds hearing on bill aimed at puppy mills.

The town board heard comments Wednesday on a proposal to ban pet stores from selling commercially bred dogs, cats and rabbits.

8. Opponents blast proposed county law making discrimination against law enforcement illegal.

A proposed amendment to Suffolk County’s human rights law that would make discrimination against law enforcement unlawful was attacked as unconstitutional and unnecessary during a public hearing of the County Legislature on Thursday. 

9. Anti-Bias Task Force request to not hold public meeting on Yom Kippur sparks debate.

In a letter signed by ABTF chairperson Cindy Clifford, which Councilwoman Catherine Kent read aloud at today’s town board meeting, the ABTF noted that the town had scheduled its regular monthly meeting today, the second day of Rosh Hashanah and a water forum meeting on Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year for people of the Jewish faith.

10. Mattituck man used county resources to mine cryptocurrency, prosecutor says.

A Suffolk County information technology supervisor has been arrested for mining Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency out of the county center in Riverhead since February, District Attorney Timothy Sini announced Wednesday. Christopher Naples, 42, of Mattituck, is charged with Public Corruption, Grand Larceny in the Third Degree, Computer Trespass and Official Misconduct, according to a press

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