Riverhead Town police are seeking the public’s help to locate two teenagers who were reported missing from the Timothy Hill Children’s Ranch.
Staff members reported Justin Knight, 15, and Angel Vasquez-Rivera, 15, missing Thursday, according to a police press release. READ
A new law passed by state lawmakers could bring radical change to how alcohol tastings are served on the North Fork.
In a bill passed by both the State Assembly and Senate on their last day of session June 20, changes would be made to the tax law as it relates to wine, beer, cider and liquor products. READ
You gotta believe.
At least that’s what they say. Sometimes it’s tough for a baseball team to believe, especially when hits have been tough to come by against a tough pitcher like Andrew Lenski. READ
Several speakers urged the Town Board not to give the eastern portion of Riverside Drive over to Suffolk County, which wants to tear up the pavement and reseed the road, which cuts through the county’s Indian Island Golf Course. READ
The state Department of Health released its full report on the possible impact of regulating marijuana in New York State last week, recommending that recreational use be legalized.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered the assessment in January. The 74-page report includes a review of health, criminal justice, public safety, economic and educational impacts. READ
The Riverhead Little League all-star team defeated Moriches 7-1 Tuesday at Stotzky Park in the semifinals of the District 36 Tournament. READ
A proposal to bring the “World’s Biggest Bounce House” to Calverton won a split vote of approval from the Riverhead Town Board Tuesday. READ
The Riverhead Board of Education honored 22 retirees at its meeting Tuesday night.
Board president Greg Meyer shared information about each retiree’s time in the district and presented them with a plaque during the meeting. The retirees were also treated to cake. READ