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Riverhead Town received high marks from an environmental advocacy group that released a study on Monday showing how well towns across Long Island manage their sewage treatment plants.
Riverhead Town supervisor candidate Greg Fischer is facing harassment charges that were filed recently by the head of the nonprofit advocacy group Parents for Megan’s Law, authorities said.
Funeral arrangements have been set for 54-year-old Susan Galligan of Riverhead who was killed in a two-car crash on Sunrise Highway Saturday.
The Shoreham-Wading River school board set the tax levy for this school year at about $47.5 million at its meeting Tuesday night.
More than 90 percent of the press releases Times/Review web editor Grant Parpan gets go straight into his trash bin, or so he tells us in this column.
The Riverhead Blue Waves knew a consequence of losing Saturday to Newfield would be playing the Wolverines again the very next week.
And check out this week’s multimedia:
They call themselves, naturally, the “East End Ass Whisperers.”
Riverhead News-Review’s Town Hall reporter Tim Gannon reported all the action live from this afternoon’s Town Board meeting.
Riverhead banjo player and street musician joins Occupy Wall Street protesters, some in tents, at Zuccotti Park in Lower Manhattan in the financial district.