Halloween is just beginning for soldiers deployed overseas thanks to the effort of students at Pulaski Street Elementary School.
The fifth- and sixth-grade classes combined to collect 692.4 pounds of candy during the third annual “Candy for the Troops” competition READ
Of all the ghosts and ghouls roaming around Halloween night, the ones having the most fun may have been trick-or-treating through the haunted hallways of Riverhead High School.
Grab a costume along with some running shoes Saturday.
Riverhead High School will be the site of the second annual Trick or Trot 5K & Fun Run. READ
Sean Donohue can complete a Rubik’s Cube in 39 seconds, the fastest of anyone in his fifth-grade class last year at Pulaski Street Elementary School.
The 11-year-old, now a sixth-grader, can also use the cube to create different patterns — flowers, checkers, stripes and more —in a matter of seconds. READ
The Riverhead school board’s newest member is celebrating her first victory.
District employee salaries were listed on the Board of Education’s agenda for the first time at Tuesday’s meeting — a move school board member Laurie Downs has been seeking since she was sworn in.
A Riverhead High School parent who claims her stepson was asked to remove a shirt featuring an American flag and bald eagle that he wore during Spirit Week has alleged that administrators deemed it “racist” and “offensive.”
Students lined up in the new cafeteria at Pulaski Street Elementary School last Thursday, cardboard trays in hand and eager to enjoy the lunch of the day: chicken fajitas.
Pulaski Street Elementary School principal David Densieski announced the winners of the 12th annual Pfc. Garfield Langhorn Memorial Essay Contest Friday.