CARRIE MILLER PHOTO | The crowd dances along to last August’s concert at Martha Clara Vineyards.
Nile Rodgers, the Grammy Award-winning producer and recording artist who participated in last year’s “All for the East End” concert at Martha Clara in Riverhead, is planning another music festival at that location this August, separate from AFTEE. (more…)
Keven Pimentel played one year of varsity at Shoreham last season before transferring to Florida along with Nick Bottari. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk, file)
As Shoreham-Wading River baseball players arrived to the season’s first practice Monday, two noticeable faces from last year were gone.
Nick Bottari, who in 2010 became the first eighth-grader to ever play varsity at Shoreham, and Keven Pimentel, a hard-throwing pitcher who transfered to Shoreham as a junior, were both more than 1,000 miles to the south in Florida. The two close friends, both Division I players signed to the University of Miami, decided at the end of last year to transfer out of Shoreham for their senior year. (more…)
The Riverhead Town Board discussed a proposed three-day music festival at Marta Clara vineyard and downtown Riverhead at its work session on Thursday, and also discussed, but came to no conclusion on, the fate of the Second Street firehouse.
To read more about what was discussed at Thursday’s work session, click below to read a recap of reporter Tim Gannon’s live blog of the meeting.
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The Riverhead NJROTC drill team (Credit: Riverhead Central School District)
The Riverhead High School’s Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps drill team placed third overall in a championship drill meet on Saturday in New Jersey, competing among the 10 best qualifying schools in the area.
Timothy Saunders. (Credit: Suffolk County Police Department)
A 23-year-old Calverton man was arrested Tuesday night for spray painting graffiti on a wall in Port Jefferson Village last month with the tag “Timothy of the Seven Seas,” according to a Suffolk County police press release.
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Social networking giant Facebook has vowed to help put a stop to illegal gun sales initiating on its social media sites, officials announced at a press conference Wednesday.
Facebook, which also owns the picture sharing platform Instagram, has agreed to remove posts by users who are trying to skirt gun laws and sell firearms illegally, said Monika Bickert, Facebook’s head of global policy management. (more…)
USDA sharpshooters reportedly started culling the deer herd on private land early last week. (Credit: Mike Tessitore/Hunters for Deer)
After recent litigation against Southold Town was dismissed, opponents of a plan to cull deer on the East End using U.S. Department of Agriculture sharpshooters — a plan that’s already underway — now intend to take the state Department of Environmental Conservation to court for allowing the program to move forward. (more…)
After more than 40 years, the four-team Flanders Little League has shut down.
In a message to its members on social media, the league’s officials wrote that the league will be disbanded in 2014 due to “the lack of support and turn out during registration flanders little league.” (more…)