Marcus Reid started at tailback and scored a pair of touchdowns on 99 yards rushing Saturday. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk)
Following his team’s first victory of the season Saturday — a sometimes sloppy 12-6 win over visiting Half Hollow Hills East — Riverhead football coach Lief Shay was in a particularly jovial mood.
It was one of those rare times when something happening off the football field moved the coach far more than what happened on it.
“Nikolas Visco is home,” the longtime Blue Waves head coach said with a smile. “That’s the real good news today.” READ
Sue Auer of Mattituck can remember a time when sheep roamed the fourth hole of Cutchogue’s Cedars Golf Club.
It was 1990 and Ms. Auer was a new member of the course’s fledgling women’s league, The Cedarettes. READ
A lot of young boys grow up wanting to be baseball players.
Michael Ciminiello wasn’t necessarily one of them. READ
The News-Review will host a pair of public debates Monday, Oct. 19, featuring candidates for Riverhead Town supervisor and Town Board.
During my first year as a general assignment reporter here at Times Review, I asked what an editor meant when she used the expression “silly season.”
Nearly a decade later, I recognize this was a, well, silly question. READ
It’s 8 a.m. Tuesday in Huntersville, N.C., and Michael Wheeler is already hard at work. READ
Vince Federico was driving through Calverton with wife and young son on Saturday when they came across a sign for Prestons Pond.