At 11 a.m. Saturday, about a hundred people began slowly walking up Old Quogue Road in Riverside, from the Galilee Church of God in Christ to the street sign at the Flanders Road intersection.
That’s where a second sign was unveiled, giving the street the honorary designation of “Pastor Roy L. Pennon, Sr. Way.” READ
Southampton Town officials are seeking the community’s input on what features should be included in the initial design phase of the proposed Riverside Maritime Trail Park.
The first round of that input will be sought at Monday’s meeting of the Flanders, Riverside and Northampton Community Association, which starts at 7 p.m. in the David Crohan Community Center in Flanders. READ
For several elected officials from Riverhead and Southampton towns, the former Howard Johnson’s that stood at the south side of the Riverside traffic circle brings back memories of yesteryear. (more…)
The Southampton Town Board is planning to buy a parcel of land in the former “Flanders Drive-In” property in Riverside as a site for a new sewage treatment plant that would serve new development for the Riverside business district. (more…)
A construction worker accidentally hit a gas main near the Riverside traffic circle around 9 a.m. Tuesday. (more…)
Riverhead and Southampton towns, which applied jointly for a state grant aimed at downtown revitalization last year, will each be filing separately this year for the same $10 million. READ
For the second time in less than a year, Southampton Town has settled a discrimination lawsuit filed by a high-ranking female police officer. READ
Southampton Town received $265,000 in federal Environmental Protection Agency grant money this week to help clean up nine specific areas in Riverside.
The funding, known as Brownfields Assessment Grants, included a community-wide petroleum grant of $174,500 and a community-wide hazardous substance grant of $90,500. READ