Donna Stovall’s expansive résumé includes work for the Urban League in Brooklyn and as associate director at an upstate drop-in center for people affected by or infected with AIDS. She also started and ran her own youth programs in Schenectady, where she lived for 13 years. And most recently, she worked at Peconic Bay Medical Center, where she verified employee credentials. READ
Authorities are asking the public’s help with linking the vehicle used in Wednesday’s pellet gun shooting of an NYPD detective in Queens with similar incidents reported on Long Island.
Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead unveiled its new on-site gym Oct. 4. The fitness facility, which features cardio machines and free weights, is exclusively for employees and serves as a platform for other Employee Wellness initiatives, hospital officials announced.
Losing can be tough on anyone, but there may be no player on the Riverhead High School football team who had it rougher through the first four winless games this season than John Anderson. READ
A coach once told Taylor Marelli that the difference between the best tennis players in the world and the above-average players just below them is that those top players keep their eyes on the ball a fraction of a second longer.
A Riverhead woman who reportedly escaped custody and led Riverhead and Southampton police on two high-speed chases last month has been indicted on a slew of felony and misdemeanor charges, including grand larceny, escaping custody, possession of stolen property, vehicle theft, and reckless endangerment, according to online court records.
Since when are farmers deterred by a little rain?
The wet weather might have canceled most activities at the Riverhead Country Fair on Sunday, but the farm and garden contest still went off without a hitch.
This was just what the doctor ordered for the Riverhead High School football team. Or at least the Section XI schedule-maker.
Struggling Riverhead, scoreless and winless through its first four games, was desperate for something positive.