A Jamesport woman was arrested Sunday in Laurel on a drunken driving charge, Southold Town police said.
Jaime Asklund, 34, was pulled over after she was observed crossing the solid double yellow line while driving on Route 25 near Bray Avenue at around 11:30 p.m., police said.
Ms. Asklund’s breath “smelled of an alcoholic beverage and she failed standardized field sobriety tests,” officials said.
Ms. Asklund was charged with driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor, and held for an arraignment, police said.
Out East Family Fun will be closing at the end of September. (Credit: Carrie Miller)
After more than a decade of amusement, Riverhead’s Out East Family Fun center is retiring its putters.
The center, which opened in 2001 on Route 58, is slated to close by the end of September, owner Ed Meier told the News-Review last week. (more…)
A 33-year-old unlicensed Riverhead woman was arrested on a drug charge after being stopped on Osborne Avenue last Monday, State police said.
15 years ago this week
Flight canceled: Grumman rezoned to exclude airport
The Riverhead Town Board voted Sept. 7, 1999 to strip the former Grumman property of its military use zoning, establishing two new commercial categories.
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The Riverhead Project in downtown Riverhead. (Credit: File Photo)
The Riverhead Project has temporarily closed its doors after hitting a legal snag that inadvertently rendered its tax ID number and liquor license invalid, according to the restaurant’s owner. (more…)
There were 272 cases on the docket in Riverhead Town Justice Allen Smith’s court, Aug. 25-27. The following are among those adjudicated. (more…)