Check out all these stories and more in this week’s issue of the Riverhead News-Review, on newsstands now.
When Jennifer Rizzo and her husband Steven bought their Hampton Bays home 15 years ago, they loved the idyllic scenery and privacy of its peaceful location.
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Riverhead celebrated the freedom of every man, woman and child in America with a Juneteenth picnic at Stotzky Park Saturday.
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Riverhead Town Board members are hoping to name Maple Avenue in downtown Riverhead in honor of Garfield Langhorn, the Congressional Medal of Honor winner from Riverhead who gave his life to save other soldiers during the Vietnam War.
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The U.S. government has issued a recall for a certain type of fuel gel in the wake of the tragic accident involving 14-year-old Michael Hubbard, who suffered serious injuries in a citronella gel candle explosion Memorial Day weekend.
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Is there hope for Farm Country Kitchen as we know it?
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Animal rights advocates and pet store owners clashed Tuesday over a proposed Suffolk County law to ban the retail sale of puppies unless pet store owners get the animals from shelters, rescue groups or local breeders.
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Keep it local. What a novel way of fighting puppy mills in the South, Midwest and elsewhere from right here in Suffolk County …
The thing that makes political arguments so fascinating is that it’s hard to change the mind of the person you’re debating. You make your point. They make theirs. You counter. So do they. Eventually you agree to disagree, usually somewhere along party lines, and it’s over.
Times/Review Newsgroup honored a virtually entire new slate of athletes when it presented its athlete of the year awards on Thursday. Miller Place senior Nick Parrella (soccer, basketball, lacrosse) was the only repeat winner among the 20 athletes recognized during an awards reception at the company’s Mattituck headquarters.
In lower levels of lacrosse, a face-off specialist is often a luxury. In Major League Lacrosse, it’s an absolute necessity.
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