Police arrested Katarina Bennett, Jason Scott and Marquis Nolan. (Credit: Riverhead police)
Police arrested three people around 1 a.m. on Tuesday after they said they were caught with a variety of stolen goods — from laptops, to surveying equipment, to fishing gear — that were picked up after a rash of break-ins in the Riverhead-Calverton areas. (more…)
Arrested Tuesday afternoon were (from left): Justin Benkov, Bryant Smith and Michael Barry. (Credit: Riverhead police)
Three men tried to flee police as the East End Drug Task Force descended on a Riverhead home to execute a search warrant Tuesday afternoon, Riverhead Town police said. (more…)
The town adopted regulations for flyboarding (pictured) at a meeting on March 18. (Credit: Paul Squire)
After debating the issue numerous times since last summer — in fact, the word “flyboard” appears in 12 headlines in the News-Review online archives — the Riverhead Town Board adopted new regulations for flyboarding at its March 18 meeting, where the vote took place without much debate near 11 p.m., after a four-hour meeting.
But the owner of Flyboard LI, the company that brought flyboarding to the waters of downtown Riverhead last summer, says he’s leaving rather than trying to adapt to the new rules, which would push the activity out into deeper water near the Route 105 bridge.
“Unfortunately they are kicking a great new startup business out of town,” Flyboard LI owner James Bissett IV said via email. (more…)
Troy Goode (Credit: Riverhead Police Department)
A Riverhead man was arrested Monday in connection to a January bar fight, according to the town’s police department. (more…)
A rendering of the proposed 114-room Marriott Residence Inn on Route 58.
A developer proposing to build a Marriott Residence Inn on Route 58 in Riverhead claims his bank won’t finance the project unless he secures tax breaks.
Members of the Times Review staff after accepting the Newspaper of the Year award. (From left to right) Web editor Joe Werkmeister, account executive Liz Person, executive editor Grant Parpan, account executive Tina Volinski, Shelter Island Reporter editor Ambrose Clancy, associate editor Jen Nuzzo, account executive Bill Peters, Suffolk Times and News-Review editor Michael White and publisher Andrew Olsen. (Credit: Terry McShane)
Times Review Media Group, publishers of the Riverhead News-Review, came out on top in the New York Press Association’s 2014 Better Newspaper Contest, announced this weekend. (more…)