In his inaugural address as President of the United States, Donald Trump touched on the same anti-establishment rallying cries that catapulted him into the Oval Office. The country, he said, was back in the hands of the voters now that he was in office. READ
The Riverhead Town Board agrees that a proposed addiction treatment and research facility is a noble cause. But what members can’t seem to agree on is whether it belongs at the Enterprise Park at Calverton. READ
Thomas Lateulere, the beloved 52-year-old Wading River fire commissioner and ex-chief who helped train thousands of Suffolk County emergency medical personnel, lay in the hospital in late June battling cancer for what would be the last time.
The police scanner blared out an alert last Tuesday evening: on Roanoke Avenue, a taxi had collided with a van while pulling into a driveway. From her home a few miles away, Amanda Byrnes, a single mother of three and office manager at East End Transmissions, listened in.
Local growers and farmers say climate change is creating new challenges, with extreme weather conditions, sudden storms, rising temperatures and drought making it even more difficult to cope with a perennially unpredictable Mother Nature.
A cold wintery day didn’t stop a cadre of Santas from storming downtown Riverhead for the third annual Santacon Pub Crawl.
The event, which started off slow but picked up steam as the sun set and the night grew colder, was set up in part to support a good cause. Proceeds from bracelet sales at Santacon benefitted RSVP Animal Welfare & Rescue Group, a nonprofit group that works against animal abuse and neglect. (more…)