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Cops: Riverside man facing drug charges after early-morning raid

by Sep 20, 2019
A Riverside man is facing multiple drug charges after a police raid at his home early this morning, Southampton Town Police announced in a press release.

Second suspect charged in May 2018 shooting incident in Riverside

by Jun 18, 2019
Southampton Town Police Detectives arrested a Riverside resident yesterday for participating in a shooting incident on May 9, 2018 at the intersection...

Governor announces more than $750,000 for Riverside projects

by Dec 18, 2018
The money will support the construction of a building for Children's Museum of the East End at Ludlam Park and the development of the Riverside Maritime Trail Park along the Peconic River.

FRNCA wins $50,000 environmental justice grant for Riverside park

by Dec 6, 2018
The Flanders, Riverside and Northampton Community Association was awarded a $50,000 community impact grant from the State Department of Environmental Conservation, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced this afternoon.

It’s been a long road to a new roundabout in Riverside, but it’s officially completed

Local officials and community residents came together today to celebrate the completion of the newly reconstructed Riverside roundabout.

First new project in Riverside revitalization effort breaks ground at old diner site

by Aug 16, 2018
Construction is underway of a mixed-use building on the Riverside traffic circle site where the long-vacant Riverboat Diner stood.

Will opportunity knock in Riverside? Community presses state for designation of census tract as ‘opportunity zone’

by Apr 9, 2018
The designation could mean access to significant private investment needed for infrastructure improvements, such as sewage treatment capability, that will allow the revitalization of the historically depressed hamlet of Riverside.

Revitalizing Riverside: State awards Southampton Town $1 million grant to raze two eyesores and help build anew

by Mar 28, 2018
The funding will be used to help demolish and reconstruct two vacant buildings: the former diner on the traffic circle and the former Peconic Paddler site on Peconic Avenue.

Riverside traffic circle reconstruction work put on hold for the winter

by Dec 19, 2017
Work on the Riverside traffic circle reconstruction project is on hold for the winter and will resume in spring when weather permits.

Local builder advances plan for medical offices, workforce apartments at old diner site on Riverside traffic circle

by Dec 15, 2017
A company led by builder Paul Pawlowski of Mattituck has submitted plans to demolish the long-vacant old diner and construct an 8,000-square-foot, two-story building that will house medical offices and workforce apartments.