- January 19, 2015 is a landmark anniversary for RiverheadLOCAL. It’s the date five years ago we incorporated and officially became Riverhead’s only locally owned, independently operated, advertiser supported online news outlet.
- Pioneer life in the 21st century can be crazy with two kids, three dogs, two cats and a pig — especially with your husband in Vegas (again).
- It can be very tricky navigating the fine line between supporting my daughter as she struggles through daily life or taking over and doing things for her.
- Exercise, no matter what form, is an essential part in keeping us young and happy, regardless of age.
- Paint brushes, drop cloths, sandpaper, and more than a dozen cans of gallons of paint and stain. Hooks, and knobs, and — oh my, it’s endless.
A message before the blizzard from Highway Superintendent Gio Woodson: How we plow and how you can help usThe intent of this message is to advise Town of Riverhead residents of our highway department ’s winter snow plowing and anti-icing/de-icing goals and objectives. The cooperation and understanding of all residents is essential for the highway department to achieve the objective of maintaining or restoring the roadways open and safe for travel as promptly ...
- Zeldin criticizes the president’s proposal to raise taxes on upper income earners and large financial institutions as ‘aggravated class warfare.’ Instead of higher taxes for ‘hardworking job creators,’ taxes and regulations should be cut, he says, to ‘reward success’ and spur economic growth that will benefit workers.
- Life had special challenges for the eldest son of deaf Polish immigrants growing up in Riverhead. How playing sports made a boy feel like he belonged. A tribute to his dad by Michael Hejmej.
- The newly sworn-in representative in New York’s 1st Congressional District expresses his gratitude and says he’s optimistic about the future.
- “Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone’s recent decision to appeal a unanimous Appellate Court decision is threatening water quality protection for Long Island,” Executive Director of the Long Island Pine Barrens Society Richard Amper writes.
- In the wake of the cold-blooded killings of two NYPD officers, people everywhere should remain vigilant.
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