Here are some of today’s top stories across the North Fork. To stay on top of local news, follow the Riverhead News-Review on Facebook.
A man who was robbed near the Riverhead train station has decided not to press charges after the suspects agreed to return his money, according to a Riverhead Town police press release.
The Riverhead Town Board is planning to hold a public hearing on a proposal to regulate “flyboarding” and other types of water propulsion devices that are not specifically addressed in the Town Code. (more…)
Too low, too loud, too many.
That was the consensus from nearly 50 residents from East End communities who spoke at a packed public meeting Wednesday evening about a record number of aircraft — mostly helicopters — buzzing their homes this summer. (more…)
Growing up in the 1980s and’90s in a racially divided part of Los Angeles, where drugs and gangs were prevalent, Siris Barrios remembers well the days of the 1992 L.A. riots and the civil unrest she saw.
A Calverton animal shelter in court for reportedly selling sick dogs to its customers and failing to offer proper health records of the animals had a future shipment of dogs put on hold by a Suffolk judge on Wednesday, despite objections from the company’s lawyer that the move unfairly implicates the company of guilt.
However the dogs currently there will be allowed to stay on site.
A suspect accused of using counterfeit money to buy lottery tickets at a Calverton store on two occasions more than a year ago was apprehended Wednesday, Riverhead Town police said. (more…)