A handful of times this past summer, Carolyn Peabody traveled into New York City to attend the court appearances for a family friend’s son, who had been detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. His family, she said, had been “very good” to Southold Town. READ
The annual Halloween Parade and the new “coffin races” will be among the highlights of the Riverhead Business Improvement District’s Halloween Festival this year.
A win is a win, as they say, but there is something about the thrill of a sudden-victory overtime triumph that may make it feel extra special for a high school field hockey team. Perhaps it’s the drama. The intensity could have something to do with it.
As difficult as Saturday’s high school football game was for Riverhead, it was considerably harder for Alec Kiernan.
And Kiernan played for Centereach, which breezed to victory. READ
Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic Riverhead Health Center held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday morning to celebrate the opening of its new location on East Main Street.
The scoreboard at the Pulaski Sports Complex displayed a final score of 5-0 in favor of the visiting Lindenhurst High School girls soccer team over Riverhead Thursday.
But Blue Waves coach Brian Cunningham saw something else — progress. READ
Riverview Lofts did not get the 30-year partial property tax abatement it originally requested from the Riverhead Industrial Development Agency to build a mixed use 116-unit apartment building downtown.
The Reeves Park community held its annual 9/11 memorial Monday to pay respects to those who died on Sept. 11, 2001, when attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and a jet airliner that crashed in Pennsylvania took almost 3,000 lives, including two from Reeves Park.