The game might not have played out the way the coaches drew it up, but Riverhead’s Week One win over West Islip sure was a thriller. (more…)
The Railroad Museum of Long Island is hosting a festival this weekend to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the LIRR G-16 Park Train, which ran at the 1964 World’s Fair in Queens. (more…)
Hundreds of motorcycle enthusiasts from across the Northeast gathered at the Elks Lodge in Riverhead Sunday afternoon for an annual party.
Organized by local members of the Road Reapers Motorcycle Club, the event included live music, food and a little friendly competition. (more…)
It was good ol’ wholesome family fun at Harbes Family Farm on Sunday as the Mattituck farm celebrated 25 years of growing its staple crop, sweet corn.
Festivities at the Sound Avenue agritainment center included tug-of-war, limbo, corn toss and the festival’s marquee event, a corn eating contest.
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Hundreds of people visited downtown Riverhead Sunday for East End Arts’ 18th annual Community Mosaic Street Painting Festival.
This year’s festival included an arts and crafts fair, live music, food and children’s activities.
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The Riverhead girls basketball team dropped its third straight game Tuesday night, falling 46-31 at home against Smithtown East. The Blue Waves, who are out of playoff contention, are now 2-9 in League III. The Bulls improved to 9-2 in league. (more…)
A last-second 3-pointer from Charles Manning misfired Thursday night as the Riverhead boys basketball team lost in overtime to Smithtown West, 65-63.
Brandon Tolliver led the Blue Waves with 19 points. Riverhead fell to 2-6 in League III and can only afford one more loss in league to keep postseason aspirations alive.
Three other players reached double figures Thursday. Manning and Tyrese Kerr had 12 each. Ryun Moore added 11.
The Blue Waves trailed by three in the final minute before a Tolliver 3-pointer with 25 seconds left that sent the game into overtime. Riverhead trailed by seven at halftime before outscoring the Bulls, 19-12 in the third quarter.
Smithtown (6-5, 4-3 League III) had four players in double figures, led by Tyler Weigl. Riverhead returns to action Tuesday at North Babylon.
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