06/17/16 6:00am

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Joseph Tandy’s life was based on service. The Mattituck native was a veteran of Operation: Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, where his efforts to repair emergency evacuation helicopters helped save dozens of lives.

As an Air Force reservist, he worked full-time in Westhampton to maintain the reserve’s helicopters. READ

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06/16/16 12:00pm
06/16/2016 12:00 PM

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In January, as Jesse Patriss lay in a hospital bed recovering from his fourth surgery in just a year, he took a moment to think about the future. By April, he thought, he’d finally be feeling better and on a path back to a normal life.

His medical condition had already wiped out a year of college, derailed his baseball career and ruined his appetite. READ

06/10/16 9:00am
06/10/2016 9:00 AM

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Last week, Bill Groth approached the podium toward the end of Riverhead High School’s varsity sports awards ceremony to deliver his final remarks. As usual, he planned to say that no matter where Riverhead teams travel, there are as many Blue Waves supporters filling the bleachers as there are for the home team.  READ

06/10/16 5:00am

Mary Stackpole

The Glenwood Recreation Club held a memorial service in their newly renovated clubhouse May 28 in memory of its fallen soldiers. Sixty club members attended. Glenwood resident David DeJohn donated an American flag, which has flown over the White House and now proudly flies in the Glenwood community. Thanks to Mr. DeJohn for his gift.

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06/09/16 8:00am
06/09/2016 8:00 AM

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“Builder: Cinema Deal is Sealed.”

“Hazeltine to the Movies?”

“Mulling Tanger Multiplex?”

Those are just some of the headlines published by the News-Review over the years regarding proposals to build multiplex movie theaters in Riverhead.

And, of course, none of them was ever built.

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