Suffolk County investigators arrive on scene of the shooting incident Monday morning. (Credit: Joseph Pinciaro)
The 17-year-old girl who was murdered along with her mother in Wading River Sunday night had previously told police she was afraid of the man who would later shoot and kill her, according to records obtained by the News-Review. (more…)
Tow trucks arrive at the scene of a seven-car pileup in Jamesport Sunday morning. (Credit: Grant Parpan)
Last night’s winter storm might not have lived up to the hype, but that doesn’t mean all the local roads are safe to drive on.
Riverhead police investigate at an Aquebogue nursery Friday evening. (Credit: Paul Squire)
The owner of an Aquebogue nursery discovered the body of a deceased male on his Main Road property Friday evening, Riverhead Town police have confirmed. (more…)
Experts say native plants like these New England asters are preferred for rain gardens. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder, file)
A unique program that allowed for a small number of homeowners in Southold and Southampton towns to earn a rebate of up to $500 for installing rain gardens, rain barrels or other forms of “conservation landscaping” on their properties has been expanded to include a portion of Riverhead and other areas. (more…)
The number of robberies reported in Riverhead Town this year grew by two at about 10 p.m. Saturday, and this time weapons were used in both incidents, Riverhead Town Police said. (more…)
It happened again last month. Jack McGreevy sent a letter to the editor and we received several angry responses.
Mr. McGreevy has developed a reputation as this newspaper’s most polarizing letter writer.
The Mattituck man has his opinions on a wide variety of topics, some of which, particularly his views on marriage, have been known to offend many, myself included. (more…)
Here are nine News-Review stories you might have missed over the past week. To make sure you stay on top of breaking news out of the Riverhead area, follow @riverheadnews1 on Twitter. (more…)
In the aftermath of the arrest of one of New York State’s most powerful lawmakers, some local legislators are calling for change while others are remaining silent. (more…)