As he walks through Old Steeple Community Church, the Rev. Dr. Anton DeWet touches the walls of the weathered building and observes its aging beauty.
Even creaky floorboards in the Aquebogue house of worship, where the reverend was installed as pastor this past Sunday, have meaning for the African native.
Indivisible North Fork and Together We Will Long Island will give a presentation on the workings of local government and how to participate in the election process from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Monday, June 19, at Riverhead Free Library. Doors open at 6.
Experienced actors are being asked to visit the Vail-Leavitt Music Hall this Saturday, June 17, to audition for a series of short plays that will be performed during the upcoming East End Fringe Festival, scheduled for July 26 to Aug. 6. READ
In the early seventies, just before gill net fishing was outlawed in Long Island Sound, Jim Miller caught a sport fisherman stealing his fish and net in broad daylight. READ
UPDATE: Organizers announced the second day of the festival Sunday has been canceled.
Original story: Riverhead transformed into medieval times on Saturday on the first day of the 2017 Medieval Festival at the Dorothy P. Flint 4-H Camp on Sound Avenue. The event runs through 5 p.m. Sunday. READ
New text stop areas where drivers can pull over to use their cellphones on Flanders Road were dedicated in Barbara Tocci’s memory Friday.
Two Times Review Media Group publications have been named finalists for the National Newspaper Association’s award for general excellence. READ
The 32nd annual “Say No to Drugs” march on Friday afternoon was led by retiring Riverhead School District Superintendent Nancy Carney, the honored guest and keynote speaker.