Roughly a week after town officials discussed condemning the vacant former Sears building and three nearby buildings on East Main Street, the properties have been sold, owner Shelley Gordon confirmed Friday afternoon. READ
Riverhead has long been compared to Patchogue in the eyes of many, heralded as the next area in Suffolk to blossom into a fully revitalized and vibrant downtown.
Well, keep the comparisons coming. READ
After a series of gruesome animal deaths believed to be “ritual killings,” The Suffolk County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals asking for volunteers to help investigate cases of animal cruelty. READ
Riverhead police arrested a Flanders man for allegedly breaking into a Riverhead home early Tuesday morning and are on the hunt for a second suspect, according to a press release. (more…)
The Riverhead Town Board will be discussing the still-unresolved issue of which private roads to do snow plowing on, as well as the second coming of the Edgar Allan Poe Festival this fall, at its work session Thursday. (more…)
For the past two years, northforker.com has brought its readers the latest happenings regarding food, wine and fun on the North Fork.
Now we want to do the same thing for Shelter Islanders. (more…)
After the Supreme Court ruled last week that the U.S. Constitution guarantees the right to same-sex marriage, the phrase “love wins” quickly hit the airwaves and social media as a testament to the fact that over everything else — even in the face of the nation’s highest court — love can prevail at the end of the day.
But for the family of one local couple who has been mired in a lawsuit with their former disability providers, the ruling came as a reminder that in the end, love has not won for them in the eyes of the law. At least not yet. (more…)