Riverhead’s Karla Vanston went 2-for-2 Wednesday against Walt Whitman. (Credit: Bill Landon)
As the dark clouds crept closer and light rain began to fall, the brand new scoreboard adjacent the left field line at Riverhead’s softball field turned off. By that point, in the fourth inning, the Blue Waves didn’t need any reminders of the score.
Walt Whitman hit early and often Wednesday afternoon to bring the Blue Waves’ three-game winning streak to a screeching halt. (more…)
The large hole at the corner of Court Street and Osborn Avenue. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
If you have been down Osborn Avenue and Court Street in recent months you may have noticed a large pothole. But this pothole isn’t in the roadway.
It’s in the sidewalk. (more…)
Frank Wells and Candi Bregartner, Coram: ‘We love delicious beer … and Matt and Lauri’
On the warmest day of 2015 so far, Polonaise Park was packed as Moustache Brewing Co. celebrated its first birthday, bringing out close to 300 people. (more…)
Riverhead second baseman Cody Dilworth delivered the game-winning hit Friday for Riverhead against West Islip. (Credit: Bill Landon)
BLUE WAVES 5, LIONS 4
The cold, snowy start to the spring season created more than an inconvenience for the Riverhead baseball team. Thanks to several postponements, the schedule morphed into a murder’s row of pitchers for the Blue Waves, one ace after another. (more…)
Riverhead sprinter Jacob Robinson, seated next to family friend Patrick Harris, signed to accept a scholarship from Merrimack College (Mass.). Standing, from left, are Riverhead assistant coach Will Razzano and the school’s indoor and outdoor coaches, Sal Loverde and Steve Gevinski. (Credit: Bob Liepa)
Not long after he had joined the Riverhead High School boys track and field team four years ago and discovered he had a talent for running fast, Jacob Robinson got into the habit after a race of asking the school’s winter coach, Sal Loverde, if he had run fast.
Loverde recalled, “He would just give me the look, you know, the Jacob look, and I would say: ‘No, you’re not fast yet. I’ll tell you when you’re fast.’ ”
And so it went over recent years. Then, one day this past winter, Robinson ran the 300 meters in a school record time of 35.52 seconds at The Armory in New York City. He gave Loverde that familiar look, as if to say, “So, what do you think?”
Loverde couldn’t deny what he had seen and had to concede, “Alright, maybe you’re fast now.” (more…)
Peconic Bay Medical Center representatives meeting with Riverhead IDA officials in March. (Credit: Tim Gannon)
If you’ve followed the Riverhead Industrial Development Agency over the years, you may feel like it’s never voted down anything.
And a review of the IDA’s voting record over the past decade reveals that may be so. (more…)
Colleen and Jim Marron are getting ready for the competition in Albany on May 2 with the L.I. Sound Chorus, a chapter of the Sweet Adelines International. The group held a retreat in January at St. Josephat’s in Glen Cove, with lots of coaching practice, and its membership drive from January through March was very successful. (more…)
Ninow’s owner Ralph Vail sits amongst boxed up music books in his downtown Riverhead store Tuesday. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
Ninow’s Music Store in Riverhead was mostly empty Tuesday.
Sheaves of sheet music once displayed throughout the West Main Street shop now lie in boxes. A few cables and other accessories still hang on the wall, but all of them will be hauled away before the end of the month.
There are not many customers or, most notably, many instruments. Over the years, owner Ralph Vail said, fewer and fewer people have walked through Ninow’s doors. (more…)