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Alleged Bloods Gang Member Indicted In Fatal Hit-And-Run: DA
SOUTHAMPTON, NY — An alleged member of the Bloods street gang was indicted Thursday in connection with a fatal Southampton hit and run, Suffolk County District Attorney Tim Sini said.
Riverhead Rotary awards nearly $40,000 in scholarships - Riverhead News Review
Annmarie Zilnicki, chairperson of the Riverhead Rotary Committee, said the organization is “proud to give back to the community in the form of scholarships to these deserving high school students.”
Missing Riverhead Teen Found Safe Upstate: Cops
RIVERHEAD, NY — An18-year old girl missingfrom Riverhead for more than a month has been found safe, police said.
Riverhead dumpster corral gets dumped - Riverhead News Review
The agreement was signed with a group called the Downtown Riverhead Southside Business Owners, which includes PeraBell Food Bar, Sweet Tart Frozen Yogurt Cafe, Taqueria Cielito Lindo, Mazi, Tweeds Restaurant & Buffalo Bar, Riverhead Vacuum & Sewing Center, Dark Horse Restaurant, Giancalone Insurance
Shelter Island Police Department blotter - Shelter Island Reporter
ARRESTOn the afternoon of June 18, Graeme A. Baker, 27, of Shelter Island was stopped in the Center for speeding in a posted zone, failure to signal and having an uninspected vehicle. Subsequent to further investigation, he was arrested for operating with a suspended license. The defendant was proce
Nassau County Police Officers Charged In Alleged Casino Plot, Drug Ring
One allegedly plotted to carry out a casino heist, while the other two face charges in a drug ring, authorities said.
Documentary tells the story of a woman learning her mother’s Holocaust experience - Riverhead News Review
She also learned that the heroic stories her mother told of growing up in Poland, emigrating to Palestine to escape the Nazis, and serving as a “freedom fighter” in what Israel calls its War of Independence in 1948, were also false.
Residents voice opposition to United Riverhead Terminal application | RiverheadLOCAL
United Riverhead Terminal, owner and operator of the petroleum storage facilities and offshore platform in Northville since 2012, says it seeks to add the biofuel storage tanks at the facility in order to comply with a state law requiring heating oil wholesalers to sell heating oil blended with 5-pe
Southold Town says food trucks at wineries not a permitted use - Suffolk Times
The Southold Town Board has officially notified local wineries that food trucks are not a permitted use within the town code. Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell and Councilman Bill Ruland, member of the Agricultural Advisory Committee, met with local winery representatives at an informal meeting
Town pulls the plug on riverfront trash corral approved in 2012 | RiverheadLOCAL
“We have tried and tried working with the business owners downtown, primarily the restaurants, to have them take care of that corral,” Hubbard said. The arrangement was set up “to help them,” he said, “but they’ve taken complete advantage of it.”
Former “disco cop” to give jazz concert in Riverhead - Riverhead News Review
You may even know him from his first band back in the 1960s, called the Big Men. At age 14, Mr. Boyd played in that band with the late Vietnam War hero Garfield Langhorn; they played at the 1965 World’s Fair. Curtis Highsmith later joined the band to form Little Curtis and the Big Men, one of the mo
Photos: Riverhead school board honors 22 retirees
• Director of pupil personnel services Elizabeth Chappell, who worked in the district for 29 years. Mr. Meyer described her as “an extremely hard worker, whose responsibilities are extensive and ever increasing as a result of State and Federal mandates.”
Brinkmann Hardware submits site plan for new Mattituck shop - Suffolk Times
Brinkmann Hardware, a family-owned business with fives stores on Long Island, including VanKemenade Paint in Jamesport, has submitted a site plan for a new store to the Planning Board for further review, despite having faced an unwelcoming crowd in September at a Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association m
Workers moved out of county building on Griffing Avenue over air quality concerns | RiverheadLOCAL
About 100 people work in the building, said County Legislator Al Krupski, whose district office is located on the second floor of the building. It also houses the main offices of Cornell Cooperative Extension, the U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Services Agency and the Suffolk County Soil and Wa
One seriously hurt in Shirley crash, cops say
Police said one person was seriously injured in a car crash involving at least five people in Shirley on Tuesday night, June 19, 2018. The vehicle left the road and ended up in woods off Carlton Drive East in Shirley, police said. Photo Credit: LiHotShots / LiHotShots
Kreh memorial set - Riverhead News Review
A service for James Kreh of Aquebogue and Davenport, Fla. will take place on Tuesday, June 26 at 9 a.m. at DeFriest-Grattan Funeral Home in Mattituck. Prayer services will commence at 10 a.m., with Monsignor Joseph W. Staudt officiating.
5 Injured After Vehicle Crashes In Woods: Cops
SHIRLEY, NY — Five people were injured, one seriously, after a vehicle crashed into the woods in Shirley Tuesday, police said.
Town considers point system for blighted property violations - Riverhead News Review
The proposed system, which is already in use in other towns, would assign a specific number of points to various types of code violations, and if a particular property racks up a total of 100 pints, it is declared blighted.
Complimentary Tibetan Tones® Sound Massage for Physicians treating Anxiety Conditions - Riverhead, NY Patch
If you are unfamiliar with what Sound Massage is, please check out a 7 min video by Peter Hess, who bought this therapy to the US. Tibetan Singing Bowls massagehttp://massasje.co on You Tube. If the link won't work just google it.
Shooting at North Bellport Party Results in One Man Killed, One Injured, Cops Say
North Bellport, NY - June 19, 2018 -Suffolk County Police Homicide Squad detectives are investigating a shooting that killed one man and injured another inNorth Bellporton Sunday, June 17, 2018.