The Riverhead Business Improvement District’s Halloween Fest is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 26, and the event will include some of the staples of past events, including the annual Halloween Parade, trick-or-treating on Main Street and decorating the street lamps. READ
The Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association elected its leaders and adopted its budget for 2020 last Wednesday.
BIDMA president Steve Shauger, who is the general manager of the Hyatt Place East End hotel on East Main Street, was re-elected president with no opposition. READ
All hands on cardboard! The Riverhead Cardboard Boat Race is returning for its 11th year, set to take place along the Peconic Riverfront on Saturday, Aug. 10. READ
The Riverhead Business Improvement District’s Management Association has replaced its executive director, who left after less than two months on the job. (more…)
The Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association held its annual election last Wednesday, said goodbye to its vice president and elected a folklorist to replace her. (more…)
The Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association has a new executive director and is planning a number of events for downtown Riverhead in 2019. READ
Due to the forecast of heavy rains and winds Saturday, paired with high tides and potential river flooding, the Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association has made changes to the schedule for the planned Halloween Fest this weekend, according to Diane Tucci, the executive director for the BIDMA.
The developer of a proposed 170-unit apartment complex at the former Sears site on East Main Street said he’ll provide far more parking spaces than the 88 originally proposed for the project.
Robert Muchnick of the Metro Group, who is under contract to buy the property from Riverhead Enterprises, told the Riverhead Business Improvement District Management Association Wednesday night that he would provide at least one parking space per unit, and possible more. READ