Halloween is just beginning for soldiers deployed overseas thanks to the effort of students at Pulaski Street Elementary School.
The fifth- and sixth-grade classes combined to collect 692.4 pounds of candy during the third annual “Candy for the Troops” competition READ
Of all the ghosts and ghouls roaming around Halloween night, the ones having the most fun may have been trick-or-treating through the haunted hallways of Riverhead High School.
Storefront trick-or-treating, a jack-o-lantern contest and a nighttime parade down Main Street were among the highlights of Halloween Fest in downtown Riverhead Saturday. READ
When someone steps inside Darkside Haunted House in Wading River, owner Mike Meola said, it’s like they’re the star of their own horror movie.
“The haunted house was created from a love of Halloween,” said Mr. Meola, whose Route 25 attraction is now in its 19th year.
The popular Edgar Allan Poe Festival in downtown Riverhead is, to quote Poe himself, nevermore.
At least for this year.
The students of Roanoke Avenue Elementary School got two gifts from the Parent-Teacher Organization this fall: they got to pick pumpkins and they got to do so without enduring hours of tourist traffic.
Riverhead Town seniors celebrated Halloween Friday morning with a costume party and dancing to the music by DJ Tom Parris at the Senior/Human Resource Center in Aquebogue. READ