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.
Two weeks after posting a large sign on Flanders Road urging drivers to avoid texting and driving, a Flanders woman said she is feeling pressure to take it down. (more…)
State officials have green-lighted the temporary use of trains to help haul away garbage that’s been piling up in Southold and in other towns on eastern Long Island, authorities announced Thursday.
“Due to a shortage of available trucking resources, Long Island transfer stations have been unable to keep up with the volume of garbage during this peak season for waste generation,” DEC commisioner Joe Martens said in a statement. (more…)
Authorities say a Flanders man is being held in county jail on $5,000 bail after he allegedly pulled a knife on a woman and threatened to stab her near a downtown Riverhead park Monday afternoon. (more…)
Ray Pickersgill is back in his old position as president of the Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association. (more…)
The Suffolk County Historical Society is one step closer toward giving its East Wing Gallery a makeover. (more…)
After taking a Baiting Hollow couple to court over an addition to their home — a project the town has called a health and safety risk — Riverhead Town was granted permission last month to knock the structure down.
The town, however, still needs to take certain steps to make that happen. (more…)