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Riverhead High School has one of the earliest start times on Long Island and we’re trying to change that. Why? Because there is a growing body of evidence showing that moving school start times later than the 7 a.m. hour improves student test scores and health. (more…)
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His audience was a group of Cub Scouts. Their motto: Do your best.
And the children did their best to give Riverhead highway patrol officer Dennis Cavanaugh honest answers.
“How many mommies and daddies were on the cellphone as they were driving here today?” asked Officer Cavanaugh, who had volunteered to talk to the kids that day about law enforcement. (more…)
Riverhead Town Hall (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
Riverhead town’s decision to authorize possible litigation against Gershow Recycling comes as welcome news to nearby residents, who have claimed that excess noise coming from the Hubbard Avenue plant is beyond reason. (more…)
Vail-Leavitt Music Hall. (Credit: file photo)
To the editor:
For over a decade, Vail-Leavitt Music Hall has been dedicated to preserving Riverhead’s first landmark theater and providing educational, cultural and charitable benefits to our community. Its board is now asking you — the community we serve — for constructive input and support. (more…)
As a young boy, it was hard for me to imagine that not everyone grew up with a big lake down the street. And then I met Dale.
Growing up a sports nut who lived up the block from a lake, I spent my childhood outdoors.
As soon as the weather got warm enough, I was running as fast as I could, splashing my way into Lake Panamoka.
To live on a street where hardly any cars passed, on a property big enough to hold a sandbox and a swingset, I took a lot of my childhood freedom for granted. I was living the middle class dream — my father working at a local newspaper and my mom teaching in my school — a lot of kids would have given anything for.
And I had no idea. (more…)
The Vail-Leavitt Music Hall on Peconic Avenue in Riverhead is modeled after the Ford Theater in Washington D.C. (Credit: Barbarellen Koch, file)
For over a decade, Vail-Leavitt Music Hall has been dedicated to preserving Riverhead’s first landmark theater and providing educational, cultural and charitable benefits to our community. Its board is now asking you — the community we serve — for constructive input and support.
A sandbar at the end of Pine Neck Road in Southold. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
I must admit I was surprised at Bill Toedter’s response to Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone’s commitment to address the damage to the quality of our waters that excess nutrient loading is causing. It is a complex issue and we should be glad to have a politician brave enough to take action. (more…)