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The Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association is recommending the town rezone property around Second Street for more commercial uses. (Credit: Tim Gannon)
The Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association is recommending that the Town Board extend a downtown commercial zoning district beyond just the Second Street firehouse, as is currently proposed, to include other areas between Second Street and the Long Island Rail Road tracks. (more…)
There were 300 cases on the docket in Riverhead Town Justice Allen Smith’s court Aug. 18-20. The following are among those adjudicated. (more…)
In an effort to crack down on drunk driving this Labor Day weekend, Suffolk County Police will beef up patrols on area roads and waterways.
A Riverhead woman has been charged with felony assault and other charges after she bit, hit and choked another woman during a fight Thursday afternoon, according to a Riverhead police press release.
Keri Tokelsen, 21, was arrested after the victim called the police to a residence on Roanoke Avenue just north of Old Country Road about 2:43 p.m., police said. The victim said Ms. Tokelsen had started fighting and hit her in the head with a window squeegee, cutting her head, police said.
Ms. Tokelsen allegedly bit the woman “repeatedly … about her body” and put her hands around the victim’s neck, stopping her breathing, according to the police statement.
Ms. Tokelsen was taken into custody, and faces criminal mischief and criminal obstruction of breath charges in addition to the count of felony assault, police said.
The victim was taken by Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance Corps to Peconic Bay Medical Center for treatment, police said.
Aquebogue native Mike Giglio has spent the past several years as an international reporter, often sent into war-torn regions to cover the news. (Credit: Tim Gannon)
Mike Giglio remembers covering Riverhead Town Board meetings in 2006 for the now-defunct Traveler Watchman newspaper.
He was still in college at the time and would watch other reporters, “trying to figure out how to be [one myself],” he recalled.
“I was always nervous about talking to people at the time,” he said in interview last Thursday. (more…)
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…)