The way this D.J. responded to a high-pressure situation and the result it brought was music to Riverhead’s ears.
The way the seventh inning of Tuesday’s Suffolk County League III baseball game at the Pulaski Sports Complex in Riverhead started was hardly what D.J. Chandler wanted. READ
Update (3:20 p.m.): Route 25, which was closed in both directions from the County Road 58 intersection to County Road 105 in Riverhead most of the day while an accident involving a dump truck that spilled sand on the road was cleaned up, has been reopened.
The owners of three century-old buildings in downtown Riverhead say pile-driving work going on at a five-story building under construction across the street is damaging their structures. READ
At a track and field meet in which Miasha Pittman had done so much, all one had to do was watch the last 100 meters of the meet to understand what Pittman is all about.
After receiving the baton from Nia Johnson in the 4 x 100-meter relay, the Riverhead High School sophomore quickly took the lead from Smithtown East’s anchor runner. Then, in a furious sprint down the homestretch, the look on Pittman’s face was one of pure determination. READ
Bridgehampton National Bank officially opened its newest Riverhead branch at 209 Main St., Wednesday morning during a ribbon cutting ceremony. READ
A Riverhead man police say shot another man in the face in late 2016 was sentenced Monday to two to four years in prison. READ
Nothing in Suffolk County Division I boys lacrosse, where parity is paramount, is easy this year. That point was made by Riverhead and Commack coaches on Tuesday, and then their teams went out and proved it. READ
Riverhead Supervisor Laura Jens-Smith blamed the prior administration of Republican Sean Walter for spending all of the town’s reserves, and allowing infrastructure to crumble, in her first State of the Town speech, saying Mr. Walter “effectively kicked the can down the road.” READ