These two baby owls were recused Monday at same house where another owl was saved last week. (Credit: Joseph DiVello)
Baby owls are having a tough time staying in their nest at one Southold property.
Four days after a local real estate agent and animal rescue crews helped a juvenile great horned owl back into its tree after it had fallen, two babies found themselves in a similar situation Sunday. (more…)
The Riverhead News-Review’s people of the year for 2014 pose for a photo at Martha Clara Vineyards Thursday night. Representing the winners were (from left): Carl James, Matt Millheiser, Thelma Booker, Greg Wallace, Matt and Lauri Spitz and Dan Burke. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
The Riverhead News-Review hosted a reception Thursday evening to honor its 2014 People of the Year.
The annual event was held at Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead for the first time and featured video presentations on each of this year’s recipients. (more…)
The North Fork Community Theatre presents “Moon over Buffalo.” (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
“Moon Over Buffalo,” a comedy by Ken Ludwig, will be presented Jan. 16 to Feb. 1 at North Fork Community Theatre in Mattituck. The production, directed by Robert Horn, features cast members Kelly Cassidy, Phil Eberhardt, Ryan Farrell, Dee Martin, Jim Pearsall, Christopher Smith, Lena Trbojevic and Mary Vienneau. (more…)
From shots of the Riverhead’s agricultural vistas to the waterfront and everywhere in between, the News-Review has long had a reputation for producing top quality photographs. (more…)
The front page of every News-Review issue from 2014 and a bonus peek at the Jan. 1 “faces” cover from our year in review issue:
The 30th annual Christmas concert at First Baptist Church. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
The First Baptist Church of Riverhead hosted its 30th annual Christmas concert on Sunday.
The church’s 35-member choir sang the story of Christmas with performances by Riverhead High School Chamber Choir. (more…)
A life-sized sculpture of Santa Claus climbing a ladder takes center stage in the winter wonderland that Kevin and Tammy Kruger start working on each November on Mechanic Street in Southold. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
There are people who love Christmas and then there’s Kevin and Tammy Kruger.
The Krugers, who have been decorating each holiday season for two decades, created a unique setting, using practically every inch of their property at 640 Mechanic St. in Southold. For that, they’ve earned the grand prize in our first Deck the Halls holiday decorating contest, which includes a $1,000 gift certificate courtesy of Riverhead Building Supply.
Lisa Dabrowski, co-curator of the Long Island Duck Farming Exhibit, with Roxy at Wednesday night’s event. (Credit: Jen Nuzzo photos)
A couple hundred people attended the 26th annual Big Duck lighting ceremony Wednesday night in Flanders where many children enjoyed hot chocolate, duck call toys and Santa.