Three North Fork organizations are able to partake in new projects this summer thanks to the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation. The Jamesport Meeting House, Southold Historical Society and Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Society all received grants. READ
About a dozen students listened intently as Jareb Gleckel explained the differences between pawns, rooks and bishops. The co-owner of Hamptons Chess Club, Mr. Gleckel described how to skillfully move the pieces across the chessboard. READ
Ever since junior high, Colleen Judd Sabat knew she wanted to join the United States Marine Corps. So while attending Riverhead High School in the 1980s, she joined the district’s National Junior Reserves Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) program at her father’s suggestion.
Riverhead Free Library has become the first on Long Island to offer a card program for the homeless.
Called RiverHope, the program allows people who are part of Maureen’s Haven Homeless Outreach Program to receive a free library card, giving them access to everything the library has to offer.
Face painters, stilt walkers, balloon animals, aerialist and more lined the Peconic Riverfront Monday night for the town’s annual Fourth of July celebration. READ
New playground equipment is expected to come to three Riverhead Town parks, and a new electronic scoreboard is planned for the Horton Avenue basketball court, where the annual “Stop the Violence” basketball tournament is held.
In September 2015, Mollie Adler was hit with tough news.
Recently divorced, she was laid off from her office management job and facing the possibility of foreclosure on her Shoreham home.
Struggling to find a way to support her two children and keep her home, Ms. Adler decided to open a business doing what she loves — baking.
Island Harvest Food Bank has been helping families for 25 years through programs that provide nutritious food in times of need, whether it be weekly through their Weekend Backpack Feeding Program or after natural disasters, such as Hurricane Sandy in 2012.