The 10th Rockin’ for the Homeless benefit is set for Saturday night at Polish Hall in Riverhead.
Long Island bands Who Are Those Guys, Blue Moon Rising and Gene Casey and The Lone Sharks will rock the house for the annual fundraiser that benefits John’s Place Mattituck, a homeless outreach organization. READ
More than 50 years after they played their first show, one of Riverhead’s most popular local bands will return to the stage next month.
The 8th Rockin’ for the Homeless benefit was held Saturday night at Polish Hall in Riverhead. READ
Taking on questions on everything from progress at EPCAL, downtown revitalization and town finances, the three candidates for Town Supervisor made their pitches for your vote at a Riverhead News-Review sponsored debate at Polish Hall Monday night. READ
Come January, the Riverhead Town Board is assured to have at least one new member for the first time in six years.
The Riverhead News-Review will host a pair of public debates this Monday, Oct. 19, featuring candidates for Riverhead Town supervisor and Town Board. READ
Pete Victoria has been bowling at Riverhead’s Polish Hall for the past decade. It is believed that on Monday night he bowled the first-ever perfect 300 game at the historic basement lanes. (Credit: Grant Parpan)
Written in multi-color marker on a dry erase board next to the basement bowling lanes at Polish Hall in Riverhead is the alley’s “300 Club.”
There’s just one entry: Pete Victoria 4/27/15.
Despite being heralded as Suffolk County’s first bowling alley and perhaps even one of the state’s oldest, it was believed that no one had ever rolled a perfect game at Polish Hall until Monday. The first person to accomplish the feat is Mr. Victoria, a 61-year-old plumber from Mattituck. (more…)
The Polish Town Civic Association held its 40th anniversary Polonaise Ball at Polish Hall in Riverhead Saturday night. (more…)