Check out all these stories and more in this week’s issue of the Riverhead News-Review, on newsstands now.
Why would two grown men dressed as fairies float down the Peconic River in a cardboard boat emblazoned with the logo of a women’s lingerie company, one might wonder.
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Two Brooklyn men and a teenage woman have been charged in connection with a Monday afternoon clothing heist at Tanger Outlets that led to a police chase that ended when the trio crashed a Lincoln Town Car into a Suburu in West Sayville, killing a woman in the Suburu and critically injuring her husband.
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A 13-year-old boy was struck by a truck while riding his bicycle westbound in the crosswalk on Flanders Road near County Road 105 in Flanders late Saturday night, Southampton Town Police said.
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A group of Horton Avenue residents have served Riverhead Town and Suffolk County with a lawsuit alleging that the municipalities were negligent in their construction and maintenance of the block.
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The Denny’s restaurant chain, known for its 24/7 service and “Grand Slam Breakfast,” has been searching for a site in Riverhead Town, according to a source who requested anonymity.
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“Right now, you could never get me to ride a bike on Sound Avenue,” said Riverhead Highway Superintendent George Woodson.
He said the speed of the drivers on that road and the narrowness of its shoulders contribute to his decision.
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We know gay people. They are not strangers to us. They are part of life on the North Fork — but even making such as comment is ridiculous. People are people. They’re all over the place …
Denny’s and I started out on the right foot, but that was only because they bribed me.
Things were getting a little tight down the stretch. Both the potential tying and winning runs were on base. The pressure was on.
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How difficult can it be? We’ve all pushed a lawn mower, spread some fertilizer and watered our lawns. No big deal, right? So how hard is it being a golf course superintendent?
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