The winners of the 49th annual Friends of the Riverhead Free Library Photo Show were announced at the event’s opening Friday night in the Elizabeth Fox Overton Gallery. (more…)
Sunday afternoon. I am rolling along on the Northern State Parkway, 25 miles out of New York city, heading east. Another 85 miles, first sight of Orient Harbor, the causeway, Candyman, right turn on Village Lane, now down to 20 miles per hour … Finally, my house. (more…)
• Work by photographers Daniel Jones and Jim Sabiston will be on view Oct. 4 to Nov. 3 at South Street Gallery in Greenport. A reception will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 4. (more…)
The story of Heidi Behr is well-known in the Riverhead community at this point.
And though the ending was a tragic one — the 23-year-old Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps volunteer was killed in a crash with one of her fellow volunteers, leaving behind her young son — the positive values she embodied were celebrated Thursday night, as three other members of the community were recognized for doing the same thing Ms. Behr did: put their own time, safety and even sometimes their lives on the line in the name of helping others. (more…)
As has started in September and continues through October, if you intend to make a left-hand turn off Randall Road onto Route 25A in Wading River you’d best heed the words “Go the long way.” These weekends mark a steady stream of traffic coming off William Floyd Parkway and extending to Sound Avenue. (more…)
Our Redeemer Lutheran and Old Steeple churches in Aquebogue, as well as First Parish Church in Northville, all offer shelter and food for Maureen’s Haven. (more…)
What a beautiful weekend! I hope you were able to get outside and enjoy it. It just doesn’t feel quite like pumpkin season yet. (more…)