The 31st annual “Say No to Drugs” march on Friday afternoon was led by Riverhead police officer Byron Perez, the honored guest and keynote speaker. Mr. Perez is the first full-time Hispanic, bilingual police officer in Riverhead. He’s a 2003 Riverhead High School graduate and son of Guatemalan immigrants.
The 108 graduates of Bishop McGann-Mercy High School’s Class of 2016 celebrated the school’s 56th commencement ceremony Wednesday. READ
Brian Stark looked around the new fitness center at Glenwood Village Wednesday and reflected on its past.
“It was like working out in your father’s basement,” said Mr. Stark, the president of Stark Homes. READ
Riverhead High School students will perform “Shrek, The Musical” this week.
Hundreds of children with parents and grandparents in tow descended on the ballfields of Stotzky Park Friday evening for the annual Town of Riverhead Egg Hunt organized by the Recreation Department. READ
We know it’s a question that has sometimes kept you awake at night: Does that water body in Aquebogue, which runs north and south of Peconic Bay Boulevard — the one they call Cases Creek — supposed to be spelled with an apostrophe or not? READ
Eight cases of collard greens. Two-and-a-half cases of gravy. Three cases of stuffing. Soft rolls, soda, water, and mashed potatoes.
Thanksgiving came early at the Riverhead Town Senior Center. READ