Harbor Freight Tools, a West Coast-based chain that sells discount tools and equipment, plans to take over the Route 58 storefront vacated by Home Goods when it moved west on Route 58 into The Shops at Riverhead shopping center.
Harbor Freight Tools, a family-owned company, was started in 1977 and now has more than 900 stores nationwide, includes locations in Centereach, Commack, Bay Shore, Amityville and Melville, according to its website. READ
Anyone who has driven on Route 58 in Riverhead knows Edwards Sports Center, a sporting goods store that has become something of a town landmark, standing there since 1954.
Owners Diane and Ron McGee have decided it’s time for them to retire, and with that comes the closing of their longstanding store. It sits on the corner of East Main Street and Route 58 in Riverhead and has become known for its selection of firearms, ammunition and hunting gear. READ
As she stood at the Route 58 traffic circle Saturday holding signs warning motorists of the dangers of drinking and driving, Margarita Jimenez would share her story with anyone willing to listen. Several people stopped to share their own story of how a drunken driving incident affected their life or someone they know. READ
A proposal to build a car wash, restaurant and retail store across the street from Riverhead Centre is being shrunk, according to Jeff Murphree, Riverhead Town’s Building and Planning Administrator, who spoke with Town Board members at their work session Thursday. READ
A Shirley man was arrested Thursday for allegedly using counterfeit money to make a purchase at West Marine in Riverhead. READ
Marshalls and HomeGoods is opening as one later this month in the Shops at Riverhead on Route 58.
The new Marshalls and HomeGoods Combo Store will offer one-stop shopping for top-quality designer fashion and home furnishings once it opens at 1762 Old Country Road on Thursday, March 22. (more…)
A plan to build a Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen on Route 58 received final site plan approval from the Riverhead Town Planning Board Thursday night. READ
The vacant Waldbaum’s building in the Riverhead Center on Route 58 will have a new supermarket moving into the old space soon.
ShopRite is expected to open in the empty storefront in the fall of 2018, according to Karen O’Shea, a spokesperson for Wakefern Food Group, which owns the ShopRite brand. READ