But as of this month, Mr. Toedter is still in charge of the Mattituck organization.
Riverhead Free Library celebrated its 120th anniversary on April 2, with special proclamations presented by Assemblyman Anthony Palumbo, state Sen. Ken LaValle, Brookhaven Town Supervisor Ed Romaine and Congressman Lee Zeldin.
Second Street and parts of Ostrander Avenue could join downtown Main Street on the National Register of Historic Places, under a proposal from the Riverhead Town’s Landmarks Commission. READ
The Riverhead Free Library’s 2016-17 proposed spending plan was approved Tuesday night by a 184 to 95 vote.
Following the seemingly abrupt resignation of Riverhead Free Library director Joy Rankin, the organization’s board of trustees has appointed Kathy Richter of East Marion as interim director. READ
Riverhead Free Library will celebrate its 120th anniversary Saturday, April 2, at 1:20 p.m. Come join in the celebration!
Happy Easter and happy spring! Even though the snow on Sunday put a little damper on the first day of spring, buds are still popping up through the frosty white and the birds haven’t stopped their morning songs. Spring is here despite the snow.
OK, I gotta tell you, this snow was not my fault. I’ve taken down all my snow items and I’m completely ready for spring, so you gotta blame it on somebody else. P.S.: Happy spring!