- Riverhead Police announced the arrest of three people, including a minor, during an underage alcohol sale compliance check conducted at 14 locations across town yesterday.
- Riverhead Little League players took the field at Stotzky Park this morning for the 2015 season opening ceremonies, the last opening day for retiring league president Anthony Sammartano. The veteran Little League officer is calling it quits at the conclusion of the season — his 18th year with the league and 15th as its president. “Tony ...
- The Riverhead fire marshal said the fire was sparked by a cigarette tossed out onto a wood deck.
- “Fluke Fairness Act” would reform the current system that governs fluke regulation by creating a regional approach for updating quotas based on sound geographic, scientific and economic data, the legislators said yesterday.
- The county and state should clear and maintain fire lanes on publicly owned preserved land in the pine barrens, Suffolk County Legislator Jay Schneiderman told RiverheadLOCAL yesterday. “I understand the necessity for clear fire lanes for all fire departments and first responders that risk their lives for the health and safety ...
Plan to divert truck traffic through North Fork scrapped by N.Y. Metropolitan Transportation CouncilThe Cross Sound Enhancement Project was stricken from the N.Y. Metropolitan Transportation Council’s regional freight transportation plan in a unanimous vote of the council’s planning and administration committee yesterday afternoon in NYC.
Starfish Junction owner: Neighbors have ‘nothing to worry about’ – cider festival will not be held at Baiting Hollow siteEvent company owner says the 2015 hard cider festival, still without a home, won’t be staged at the Sound Avenue, Baiting Hollow proposed Ciderhouse site.
- Volunteers pulled trash out of the Peconic River and picked up trash in Grangebel Park today Hyatt Place East End’s third annual Earth Day cleanup. downtown
- First-place winners will have their experiments entered in the Brookhaven National Lab’s Annual Science Fair.
- Riverhead had a big 6th inning today to beat down Newfield on the Waves’ home field.
- Senior Ed Matyka made history last month by being Riverhead’s first All American Wrestler after placing fifth in a National competition.
- Riverhead Blue Waves beat Brentwood 13-4, and are looking to have a winning second half to win more games in a season than any other girls’ lacrosse team in program history.
- Pre-kids, getting ready for a gala event was an event unto itself: shopping, primping to music, applying makeup. Post kids, you’re searching for the other shoe under the bed while a dog nibbles at your hair clip 20 minutes before you have to leave and you still haven’t fed the kids.
- Having service dogs in the family can teach us many valuable lessons about loyalty, love and life.
- This week, Kayleigh shares a family favorite recipe for the incredibly versatile summer zucchini.
- You come home to harrowing tales of parenting, dad-style: the rock-climbing excursion where a child nearly fell to his death in Central Park, the kayak trip where the same child was, momentarily, misplaced and, more than once, broken bones. Then, of course, there’s the mess.
- When tragedy strikes in the Flanders pine barrens, grim-faced politicians will posture in front of TV cameras and create more special commissions to study the problem — but in fact, they are the problem. Opinion column by Denise Civiletti
- Kayleigh celebrates spring in the garden and in the kitchen with a recipe for a garden pea frittata with fresh mint and crème fraîche.
- Develop a comprehensive personalized meal plan that will address medical condition(s) and help meet health and wellness goals.
- This workout is a great way to get moving in the living room. Join Michele McGovern as she leads you through a workout that you can do with your couch!
- The Capt. Bob, fishing out of Mattituck, is running a flounder derby this weekend. The largest fish caught will earn the fisherman a season pass on the Capt. Bob.
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