An intoxicated man who fell asleep on the railroad tracks was struck by a westbound Long Island Rail Road train in downtown Riverhead Tuesday afternoon, the second train incident in eight days, Riverhead Town police and the Riverhead Fire Department said. READ
As a newcomer to the Riverhead varsity soccer team last fall, Malcolm Swett played an abbreviated season as he fought through an injury. READ
More than 125 years ago, on Feb. 18, 1890, Suffolk County National Bank opened its first branch in downtown Riverhead. Its first day in business, the bank received $5,539 in deposits. By the end of that year, it had $146,000.
The Riverhead Free Library will have a new interim director, the News-Review has confirmed.
The third installment of a CrossFit competition dubbed The Tribal Games returns to the Suffolk Theater stage Friday night. READ
On Tuesday, movie theaters came one step closer to coming to Riverhead when the Town Board adopted three zoning amendments aimed at permitting them on Route 58.
An ‘open community meeting’ will be held at Riverhead Free Library June 29 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Scott DeTore is considered one of the “fittest [people] on earth.”
It makes sense. The 50-year-old can deadlift 435 pounds, squat with 390 pounds on his back and run a 5K in 20 minutes 45 seconds — a 6:40 mile pace. READ