A life-sized Santa Claus climbing a ladder near a front door. An antique manger decorated with vintage multi-colored bulbs. A Christmas village with a decades-old Lionel train set running through it.
These are just a few of the sights we saw on our first Deck the Halls holiday decorating contest last year, during which we visited more than 30 of the best-decorated homes on the North Fork. This time, we hope to see even more holiday spirit as we bring the contest back for a second season. READ
Happy Thanksgiving to all my family and friends. I would like to start by saying how thankful I am for the opportunity I’ve been given to write this community column.
Congratulations to Matthew and Lindsey Heppner on the birth of their daughter, Stella Michelle, who was born Nov. 16 weighing 8 pounds, 11 ounces and measuring 21 inches.
Eight cases of collard greens. Two-and-a-half cases of gravy. Three cases of stuffing. Soft rolls, soda, water, and mashed potatoes.
Handbook violations and a high dropout rate were given as the reasons for the sudden dismissal of leadership in Wading River Boy Scout Troop 94 at a parent meeting to elect new leaders Tuesday night.
Thanksgiving came early at the Riverhead Town Senior Center. READ
I’ve got to start my column by congratulating those who participated in the awesome production of “42nd Street” these past few weeks.
Sick of all those leaves cluttering up your property? Worry not: relief is around the corner.
Starting on Nov. 30, the Riverhead Highway Department will begin picking up piles of loose leaves from local properties. (more…)