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.
Sidewalk dining in downtown Riverhead and Jamesport hamlet will be made permanent and cost-free for restaurants, if the Riverhead Town Board adopts a code change under consideration.
Riverhead Town is soliciting bids for the demolition of two buildings on Main Street to make way for the new town square. The board approved the bid notice during a special meeting today.
In planning downtown’s future, how should Riverhead deal with flooding? Town turns to Army Corps of Engineers for answers
The Army Corps of Engineers gave a preliminary presentation to town officials and planners earlier this month on flooding possibilities and ways to deal with them.
A five-story mixed use building with 39 apartments proposed for Osborn Avenue and Court Street does not require further environmental review, as...
Riverhead Town has reached an agreement with the New York State Historic Preservation Office to allow demolition of a historic building on East Main Street to make way for the planned town square, Supervisor Yvette Aguiar announced today.
The Riverhead BID Management Association is interested in the vacant storefront next to Craft'd in a building the town recently acquired.
Riverhead Town will host a virtual public meeting with Urban Design Associates on Aug. 5, to update the community on the progress of the town square project and solicit additional public input.
Optimum to install infrastructure for Grangebel Park security cameras by July 30, town officials say
Supervisor candidate Catherine Kent and council candidate Evelyn Hobson-Womack on Tuesday criticized the Aguiar administration for the pace of progress on a security camera program downtown, where cameras installed in Grangebel Park remain inoperable. Today, the supervisor revealed that internet provider Optimim/Altice says it will have the connection installed by July 30.