Riverhead Police Officer Tim Murphy is best known for handing out more driving while intoxicated arrests than just about any police officer on the East End.
Since joining Riverhead Police in 1999, he’s led the department in the number of DWI arrests issued in at least 16 of those years, and he even led all officers in Suffolk County in that category at least once. READ
Riverhead Town officials are considering a partnership with Suffolk County to preserve a .31-acre riverfront parcel on Main Street. READ
Riverhead Town officials are again considering plans to place a solar farm atop the town landfill on Youngs Avenue in Calverton. READ
Not long after the founding of Southold Town in the mid-1600s, and more than a century before the western end of the town broke off and became Riverhead, the institution of slavery was part of day-to-day farming life on the North Fork. READ
Welcome to Lake McDonald’s.
At a public meeting last Thursday, Wading River Civic Association President Sid Bail said he had received an email from someone asking to go fishing at the flooded parking lot that has become a consistent nuisance for Wading River residents. READ
Officials from Riverhead Town and the Riverhead School District reached a compromise with Suffolk County Community College over property tax abatements granted by the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency to the culinary school building in downtown Riverhead. READ
As Venetia Lewis stood next to Congressman Lee Zeldin inside the post office named in memory of her uncle, the emotion of the moment sank in. READ
How tall should new buildings in downtown Riverhead be?
That’s been a hot topic recently since the Riverhead Town Board in November discussed a draft proposal to limit the height of downtown buildings. READ