Just seven weeks after breaking ground on a $60 million expansion, Peconic Bay Medical Center announced plans to expand to downtown Riverhead by purchasing space at the former Suffolk County National Bank campus on Second Street and Griffing Avenue. READ
Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School produced one of the best girls tennis teams in its history in 2011, according to coach Mike Clauberg. How good was last year’s team? Last year’s Monarchs, he said, would have been a good matchup for that 2011 team. READ
The setter may hold the single most vital position in volleyball. After all, a team without a setter doesn’t have any hitters. READ
For years the Riverhead High School field hockey team was in the tricky position of having a foot in two worlds — one on grass and the other on field turf. READ
About 60 people gathered Monday night at the gazebo in the Peconic Riverfront Park to express solidarity against the white supremacy and violence that has taken place in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Riverhead Town police are investigating a robbery late Sunday night on Sandy Hollow Court in Riverhead after a man was attacked by two people, according to a police press release. READ
A new Planned Parenthood in Riverhead is now open, just down the road from its former location on East Main Street.
The building the Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic Riverhead Health Center previously occupied changed hands in 2015, and the new owner said PPHP’s lease would not be renewed when it expired in September 2016. But they were determined to stay in Riverhead.
Sometimes someone has to walk away from something to fully appreciate how much he loves it. That was the case with Christian Pace when he turned his back on football for one season.