The officers never hesitated.
When a man tossed a device believed to be an explosive in the marked van of two New York City Police Department officers late Wednesday night, the officers reacted with only the safety of those around them in mind. READ
It’s true. Walks are as good — and as bad — as a hit. As for errors, there is nothing good about them.
Riverhead had too many of both of them Wednesday evening when its magical run in the 9-10-Year-Old Division of the Little League World Series Tournament came to an end.
First, start with the name. Pickleball?
The funny-sounding name notwithstanding, pickleball is a sport, and a growing one at that, its aficionados will tell you.
Holly Williams has always loved visiting the Peconic Riverfront.
Growing up on a small farm in Riverhead, the 22-year-old artist said she always loved animals and the outdoors.
Educators from across Long Island gathered this week in Riverhead to participate in a global symposium dedicated to fostering improved leadership skills.
On Monday afternoon, Dallas Police Chief David Brown addressed the nation during a press conference about the tragedy facing his city and the difficult time in history Americans are living through.
It’s easy to spot who’s playing the latest Pokémon craze on their smartphones. They walk in groups, heads down and eyes firmly affixed to their screens. READ
The past month has rife with sadness for Star Confectionery owner Tony Meras and his family.