Police say Steven Dohner is being held on burglary charges in connection with three alleged thefts, two in Center Moriches in June and one from Riverhead in 2013. (Credit: Google Maps)
A 50-year-old homeless man being held in jail for breaking into a Center Moriches liquor store twice in June has been charged with burglary in connection with a break-in at a religious music store more than a year ago, Riverhead Town police said. (more…)
State troopers reported three people were arrested for driving drunk in Riverhead and Riverside last week, according to a press release. (more…)
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Hundreds of planes, jets and helicopters converged on the western runway at the Enterprise Park at Calverton Saturday and then flew around the area for most of the day.
All of them weighed less than 50 pounds.
Saturday was “National Model Aviation Day” and Edgewood Flyers of Deer Park celebrated by having a model aviation “fly-in” at EPCAL. (more…)
A woman was airlifted Thursday night from Sound Avenue in Riverhead. (Credit: Jennifer Gustavson)
A woman was airlifted to Stony Brook University Medical Center after receiving a head injury from a fall inside a home Thursday night, Riverhead police and fire department officials said.
Police said the accident occurred at a home on Crows Nest Drive in Riverhead at around 9:50 p.m.
Riverhead Fire Department officials secured a landing zone for the Medevac rescue on Sound Avenue near Roanoke Avenue.
No other details about the incident were immediately available.
Local growers are invited to take part in a daylong soil health workshop Friday at Long Island Horticultural Research and Extension Center in Riverhead. (more…)
A powdered caffeine product by Nutrakey.
The Suffolk County Department of Health Services has issued a warning urging people stay away from powdered pure caffeine products being sold on the internet. (more…)
A proposed plan at Enterprise Park at Calverton calls for mixed use to house employees servicing other industries, eventually holding 300 residential units on site. (Click to enlarge)
A $600,000 study of the 2,300-acre Enterprise Park at Calverton was delivered to Town Hall last week, calling for the municipally owned land — gifted to the town for economic development in the late 1990s and largely untapped since — to be split into 50 lots for open space, as well as residential, retail, industrial and business uses. (more…)
Tournament director Jim Christy presenting a scholarship to Molly Kowalski before the women’s singles final on Friday. Declining player participation has brought an end to the 36-year tournament. (Credit: Garret Meade)
Like a once-bloated balloon, the Bob Wall Memorial Tennis Tournament deflated as player participation curiously dwindled and dwindled in recent years. Finally, that balloon popped.
The news that, after 36 years, the plug has been pulled on the tournament was greeted with sadness and puzzlement by players and others. Times/Review Newsgroup announced last week that it was withdrawing its sponsorship of the tournament in light of declining player participation. (more…)