McGann-Mercy senior Danisha Carter crosses the finish line first in the 4 x 100 heat at Friday’s state championship. (Credit: Hal Henty)
Ten local athletes competed at the track and field New York State Championships last weekend at Cicero-North Syracuse High School. Two earned all-state honors: Riverhead senior Charles Villa in the pole vault and Shoreham-Wading River senior Ryan Udvadia in the 3,200 and 1,600. (more…)
What’s it like to live next to Gershow Recycling?
Here’s a four-minute video shot Friday from the western boundary of Riverhaven mobile home park, which is directly adjacent to Gershow. The majority of the park’s residents are senior citizens. (more…)
Each each on Jan. 1 thousands of Americans embark on a mission to improve their lives and the lives of those around. The popular tradition of making a New Year’s resolution is alive and well today on the North Fork.
Check out what some of the locals are aiming to accomplish in 2014:
SOUTHOLD HISTORICAL SOCIETY COURTESY PHOTO | Written on this Charles Meredith photo, dated Sept. 22, 1938: ‘John Dyer, “Seven Gables,” Orient, L.I.’
The Hurricane of 1938, which made landfall 75 years ago today, was responsible fore approximately 700 deaths in the United States. The 500-mile wide storm was nicknamed the ‘Long Island Express’ and ‘Yankee Clipper.’
Special Report: Remembering the ‘L.I. Express hurricane of 1938′
See a video below of what it was like when the storm hit.
PAUL SQUIRE FILE PHOTO | Repairs started on the Shoreham-Wading River High School track in July. The track has since been completed.
Shoreham-Wading River High School and other schools in the district received some uplifting news this summer. At the high school, the track was resurfaced, a project that came from a $1.6 million track and tech proposition.
Voters approved the proposition, which was to upgrade the district’s aging computer system, in October.
Watch below to see some of the improvements at SWR this year heading into the 2013-14 school year.
Video via swrschools.org
CARRIE MILLER PHOTO | The crowd dances along to Monday night’s concert at Martha Clara Vineyards.
Legendary funk artist and music producer Nile Rodgers helped bring more than 4,500 cross-generational concertgoers to Martha Clara Vineyards for what ended up being a sold-out charity concert Monday evening in Riverhead.
See more photos here.
SCREENSHOT | Lorenza Leal came to America from Guerrero, Mexico in 2002 to start a family.
An ancient Mexican language called Mixteco — which originated, and is still spoken, in the mountainous regions of Guerrero, Oaxaca and Puebla — can be heard in area parks, stores and schools.
Click here for the full story and see the video below:
BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | News-Review reporters Cyndi Murray (left) and Carrie Miller compete in the fourth annual Cardboard Boat Race Saturday.
Long Islanders gathered Saturday in downtown Riverhead to watch paddlers compete against each other in the fourth annual Riverhead Cardboard Boat Race on the Peconic Riverfront.
The popular event was organized by the Riverhead Business Improvement District and hundreds of people lined the riverfront, enjoying a day of fun, food and friendly competition.
Riverhead News-Review reporters Carrie Miller and Cyndi Murray competed in the Grand National Regatta race. With a video camera strapped to the front of their boat, the duo recorded their race as they tried navigating through the water among more than a dozen boats.
Click on the video below for a first-person view of the race.
See more photos at northforker.com.