• ‘Glow Bowling to Beat Breast Cancer,’ a PBMC Health fundraiser for the Long Island 2Day Walk, will take place Friday, Feb. 13, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Wildwood Lanes in Riverhead. Admission is $20 per person, which includes three hours of glow bowling, shoe rental, DJ music, two pizza slices and soda. There will also be “red pin” prizes, raffles, a 50/50 and giveaways. Call 369-2770 by Feb. 6 to register. (more…)
Driving isn’t a constitutional right. And the more innocent lives we see lost on our local roadways, the clearer it becomes that it shouldn’t be treated as such.
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Times/Review classifieds offers local companies a place to advertise their job openings each week, and this week about a dozen positions are available from a bookkeeper, to a carpenter, to a real estate agent. (more…)
Former lifelong Riverhead and Middle Island resident Doris J. Cox died Dec. 15. She was 84. (more…)
Dr. Patrick J. Restivo of Calverton died at Nov. 10 at Westhampton Care Center. He was 78 years old. (more…)
Stephanie Smith and Isaac Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. James Smith of East Quogue and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Israel of Greenport have announced the engagement of their children, Stephanie and Isaac, who met at Temple Israel of Riverhead. (more…)
“Continental” by artist Scott Hewett.
Suffolk County Historical Society has received a $4,950 grant from the Greater Hudson Heritage Network for the conservation of “Hell’s Gate,” a painting in its collection. (more…)
Mattie Langhorne of Riverhead died Aug. 13 at Peconic Bay Medical Center. She was 94. (more…)