About six years ago, Michael Fedele couldn’t shake the image of a grungy and battered Santa Claus from his mind. The character appeared to him every single day for no apparent reason.
But finally, while driving home from work one day, the fictional Santa’s entire story came to him.
This past summer, Riverhead High School senior Chris Russo spent a warm July morning at Mood, the famous New York City fabric store often frequented by “Project Runway” contestants. READ
With the holidays nearly upon us, the Riverhead Community Awareness Program has launched a campaign to remind drivers of the dangers of getting behind the wheel while under the influence.
In an effort to improve relations between students and adults, one Riverhead administrator is introducing a mentoring program to her school. READ
Last year, teacher Dana Cerbone told her son Dominic about a young boy in her class who was sleeping on someone’s couch with his mother due to a financial hardship.
Sympathetic to the situation, Dominic has spent the past year sharing his clothes with the boy and sending him holiday gifts. About two months ago, after realizing they have a similar shoe size, the 11-year-old decided to give the boy his favorite pair of sneakers. READ
With each of its water fountains now free of lead traces, the Riverhead school district is currently testing other taps for the toxic metal.
After spending the 2015-16 school year collecting donations, students in Mercy with a Mission at McGann-Mercy High School donated $13,000 to the Northport Veteran’s Association Medical Center Wednesday.
Specifically, the money is going to the Hero Hungry Help Project. READ
Following the tragic suicides of two teenagers this school year, Shoreham-Wading River and neighboring school communities have come together to host educational forums for parents during the past two weeks.