A Tyrannosaurus menacingly chases after Ronald McDonald, clenching a McDonald’s logo in its jaws. A flying reptile swoops just above the ground as another creature extends its head out of the water, showing its sharp teeth.
The scene unfolds on the flooded grounds of the Wading River McDonald’s.
Just another day at Lake McDonald’s. READ
Riverhead police are investigating an attempted burglary at Dunkin’ Donuts in Wading River.
According to a news release, an unknown male entered the business through a south side window at approximately 2:30 a.m. Thursday and attempted to remove money from the cash register. 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
An energy storage company that’s seeking to build a facility in Wading River will also keep a portion of the property as a farm in order to retain the farm vista, according to Steve Losquadro, the attorney representing both the company and property owner. READ
A Wading River man who police believe was responsible for multiple car break-ins was arrested Friday, according to Riverhead Town police. READ
An investigation into prostitution and an unlicensed massage business in Wading River led to two arrests, according to Riverhead Town police. READ
Suffolk County Crime Stoppers and Riverhead Town Police detectives are seeking the public’s help to identify two men who stole property from a Wading River home in August, according to a police press release. READ
As the sun set Sunday evening, more than 200 Scouts gathered on an open lot across from the Mastic Fire Department. READ