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06/24/17 6:00am
06/24/2017 6:00 AM

“Basically, nothing much as changed in the last two years.”

That’s how Democratic supervisor candidate Laura Jens-Smith described downtown Riverhead after she and her running mates, Catherine Kent and Michele Lynch, led the media on a “walking tour” of the area last week. READ

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06/19/17 5:55am

Another solar application has been submitted to the Riverhead Town Planning Board. This time, it’s for a golf course.

Long Island National Golf Club has proposed to install solar panels at its property on Northville Turnpike to offset electrical costs, according to town planning aide Greg Bergman.

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06/15/17 6:00am

You’ve likely heard the term “brain drain” before. It’s an expression often used to describe the mass departure of post-college Long Islanders to other parts of the country, where the cost of living is more affordable.

On the North Fork, where the housing market has rebounded — and is even thriving in some places — and the stock of affordable housing remains low, and local municipalities are exploring ways to keep the millennial workforce from leaving the area.

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06/11/17 10:13am
06/11/2017 10:13 AM

UPDATE: Organizers announced the second day of the festival Sunday has been canceled.

Original story: Riverhead transformed into medieval times on Saturday on the first day of the 2017 Medieval Festival at the Dorothy P. Flint 4-H Camp on Sound Avenue. The event runs through 5 p.m. Sunday. READ