Some say the era of brick-and-mortar retail may be waning, but a rundown of current building applications and ongoing projects for Route 58 includes more than a dozen proposals.
So what does that mean for Riverhead’s bustling shopping district? READ
Here are some photos taken earlier Thursday. Share your winter storm photos by emailing them to [email protected].
As Riverhead Town works to revise its code regulating solar farms, one town council member has suggested a provision limiting the clearing of trees. READ
Supervisor Sean Walter’s reaction to Laura Jens-Smith’s speech announcing her intention to challenge him in the upcoming November elections?
“First of all, that was basically a speech written by Tony Coates for Sean Walter,” the supervisor said Wednesday. “So either Tony Coates is running her campaign or she’s 100 percent plagiarizing me.” READ
Two years ago, Laura Jens-Smith ran for Riverhead Town Council. Now, she has her sights set on the supervisor’s office. READ
The North Fork avoided any major damage overnight as a nor’easter swept across the region bringing heavy wind and rain, according to local officials. READ
The Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association is recommending that Riverhead Town demolish a building it owns downtown to create additional parking. READ
The Riverhead Town Board decided Thursday to keep the former Riverhead Country Day School building on Columbus Avenue, adjacent to Stotzky Park, with the goal of using it as a youth center and an intergenerational center.