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(5 days ago) Real Estate Transfers: March 24, 2022. Listings prepared for Times Review Media Group by Suffolk Research Service, dated February 6-12, 2022. AQUEBOGUE (11931) • …

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(5 days ago) Real Estate Transfers: March 3, 2022. Listings prepared for Times Review Media Group by Suffolk Research Service, dated January 16-22, 2022. AQUEBOGUE (11931) • WALO LLC to Peconic Land Trust Inc, 764 Hubbard Ave (600-86-1-36),

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Real Estate Transfers: March 17, 2022

(5 days ago) Real Estate Transfers: Feb. 10, 2022 Listings prepared for Times Review Media Group by Suffolk Research Service, dated December 26, 2021-January 1, …

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Riverhead administrator hired in upstate school district

(6 days ago) Ms. Tona was hired in Riverhead in 2016 as assistant superintendent, a role she narrowly received tenure for in June 2020. At the time, three board members — Laurie Downs, Brian Connolly and Therese Zuhoski voted against her tenure. Less than two weeks later, the board again voted 4-3 to appoint Ms. Tona as interim superintendent in the wake

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Next series of meetings on comprehensive plan scheduled to

(3 days ago) The next round of community meetings on Riverhead Town’s comprehensive plan update will begin April 12 at Riley Avenue School, according to Jefferson Murphree, Riverhead Town’s building and planning administrator. The 6 p.m. meeting will focus on environmental sustainability and renewable energy, Mr. Murphree said at a meeting Monday afternoon. After …

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Concerns over events have landed Manor Lane restaurant

(8 days ago) The recently renovated and rebranded The Dimon Estate in Jamesport. (Credit: David Benthal) The Riverhead Town Board has filed a lawsuit challenging the use of the recently renamed The Dimon Estate on Manor Lane for catering, outdoor events and wedding events on its property. The lawsuit was filed late last year against Kar-McVeigh LLC and

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Eugene A. Robinson Sr.

(Just Now) Riverhead resident Eugene A. Robinson Sr. died March 25, 2022, at his home. He was 91. Born Sept. 5, 1930, in Hanover County, Va., he was the son of Archie and Ruby (Howard) Robinson. Mr. Robinson married Mary Edley in 1950 in Riverhead. He was a construction worker and later worked at Splish Splash

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Calverton man indicted on upgraded charges for crash that

(Just Now) A Calverton man who prosecutors said was driving drunk on the January evening he ran a stop sign on Route 48 in Mattituck and caused a crash that injured another driver was arraigned Tuesday on upgraded charges, including a top count of first-degree aggravated vehicular assault. Bartosz Debowski, 43, pleaded not guilty Tuesday before Judge

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Real Estate: Raising organic produce all year long

(8 days ago) Real Estate Transfers: Aug. 26, 2021. Listings prepared for Times Review Media Group by Suffolk Research Service, dated July 3-9, 2021. AQUEBOGUE (11931) • Bluemont

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Daily Update: Former teacher sentenced to 10 years

(4 days ago) Real Estate Transfers: March 24, 2022 Listings prepared for Times Review Media Group by Suffolk Research Service, dated February 6-12, 2022. AQUEBOGUE (11931) • …

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Riverside man reaches plea deal in 2020 murder of

(Just Now) A Riverside man accused of stabbing his girlfriend in front of her 9-year-old daughter took a plea deal Monday, just one day before jury selection was scheduled to begin for his trial. Bayron Fajardo-Gonzalez, 34, pleaded guilty to a charge of second-degree murder after fatally stabbing his girlfriend at her Riverside home, according to Suffolk

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Public hearing set for April 19 on proposal for bread

(9 days ago) A South Jamesport man is seeking a home occupation permit to establish a bread-making operation in an existing barn on his property. Brett Koons, whose business in called Jamesport Sourdough Company, is located on just under an acre on the west side of Washington Avenue. The site is zoned B-40, which is 1-acre residential. The

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Special meeting scheduled for Thursday morning as Town

(8 days ago) The Riverhead Town Board will hold a special meeting Thursday to vote on two resolutions dealing with the proposed sale of 1,643 acres at the Enterprise Park at Calverton for $40 million. The meeting is 9:30 a.m. at Town Hall, prior to the regular work session. The resolutions — one as the Town Board and another as the town’s Community Development …

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Riverhead Board of Education signs lease to add eight

(4 days ago) The Riverhead Central School District’s Board of Education approved a lease agreement with Crooked Hill Associates to reshuffle space for some district staff to accommodate the addition of eight new high school classrooms. The eight classrooms will come from portables that are currently offices for Pupil Personnel Services. As part of the reshuffling, the PPS

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New York judge tosses out new district lines, Committee

(6 days ago) The daily update is a briefing on what’s happening across the North Fork. Get the daily update delivered straight to your inbox each weekday morning by subscribing to our newsletter. Here are the headlines for Monday, April 4, 2022. RIVERHEAD NEWS REVIEW New York judge tosses out new district lines, says congressional map is ‘unconstitutional’

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These local businesses launched during the pandemic

(6 days ago) The daily update is a briefing on what’s happening across the North Fork. Get the daily update delivered straight to your inbox each weekday morning by subscribing to our newsletter. Here are the headlines for Monday, March 21, 2022. RIVERHEAD NEWS REVIEW These local businesses are finding their way despite being launched during the pandemic

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Local Planning Committee holds first meeting as process

(2 days ago) The process of determining how to spend a $10 million state grant began Monday, as the Local Planning Committee for the grant held its first meeting Monday afternoon and the first of three public participation sessions was held later that afternoon. The town was awarded a Downtown Revitalization Initiative grant in January. New York State

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Polish school in Riverhead begins preparation for 50-year

(7 days ago) Agnieszka Ogonowska has been working at St. Maximilian Kolbe Polish School in Riverhead since 2003. She is preparing to retire next year but first, she wanted to help fundraise for the school’s 50-year jubilee celebration later this fall. She organized a GoFundMe page, setting a goal of $50,000. They have currently raised over $1,100. Another

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Governor pushes for more restrictive bail law; local

(3 days ago) Gov. Kathy Hochul is pushing for more restrictive bail legislation ahead of a state budget vote. An internal memo leaked to national media earlier this month outlines a 10-point plan that would make, among other things, more crimes bail eligible and allow arrests for repeat offenses. The New York Times and New York Post have

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Governor pushing for more restrictive bail law, Event

(1 days ago) The daily update is a briefing on what’s happening across the North Fork. Get the daily update delivered straight to your inbox each weekday morning by subscribing to our newsletter. Here are the headlines for Tuesday, March 29, 2022. RIVERHEAD NEWS REVIEW Governor pushes for more restrictive bail law; local legislators have mixed opinions Concerns

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Flanders woman arraigned on vehicular manslaughter charge

(8 days ago) Toxicology reports showed a Flanders woman had amphetamines more than 2 1/2 times the therapeutic range in her system at the time of a January crash that led to the death of her 4-year-old daughter, a prosecutor said at her arraignment in Suffolk County Criminal Court Tuesday. Amy Wesolowski, 34, denied each of the counts

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Update: Seal pup appears uninjured after climbing fish

(6 days ago) A seal pup found near the traffic circle in Riverside Sunday morning suffered no injuries after climbing the fish ladder at Grangebel Park and making its way to the Riverside traffic circle, officials said. Maxine Montello, rescue program director for New York Marine Rescue Center, said her organization obtained video showing the animal climbing the

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New York judge tosses out new district lines, says

(7 days ago) A New York State judge tossed out new district lines Thursday, deeming the recently redrawn congressional map “unconstitutional.”. Justice Patrick McAllister of the New York State State Supreme Court in Steuben County ruled that Democrats drew the congressional lines to gain partisan advantage, and declared void all three maps — encompassing districts for the …

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Former Riverhead administrator to be paid in full under

(5 days ago) A former Riverhead Central School District administrator will be paid his full salary through June 30 under the terms of a settlement agreement approved by the Board of Education in January. Sam Schneider, who was appointed to the role of assistant superintendent for business in East Hampton earlier this month, submitted his formal resignation to

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Editorial: Refugees seeking safety from war is a familiar

(2 days ago) The Ukrainian flag waves at a rally in Riverhead Feb. 28. (Credit: Joe Werkmeister) The story of the MS St. Louis, an ill-fated passenger ship that left Hamburg, Germany, in May 1939 en route to Cuba, is well known by Holocaust scholars. Among its 937 passengers were German Jews fleeing Nazi

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Barbara Ann Reeve

(7 days ago) It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Barbara Ann Reeve, 64, a lifelong resident of Riverhead, N.Y., on March 22, 2022. Barbara and her husband, George, ran and managed Little Chief Farm Stand in Aquebogue for many years, until 2000. Before she was sick, Barbara worked as a hostess for some

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How the pandemic changed these North Fork businesses for

(7 days ago) A decade ago, in the midst of the recession, Paula DiDonato was working as a consultant for American Express on an initiative to help small businesses eke out a more equitable share of holiday spending. Small Business Saturday emerged as an alternative to frenzied Black Friday promotions and has grown into its own tradition. Fast

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Town litter committee plans Earth Day cleanup for April 23

(8 days ago) The clean-up this year will be held Saturday, April 23, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Volunteers can pick up gloves and bags at Town Hall and register for the location they would like to clean up, according to a statement the organization shared with the media. Last year there were about 200 volunteers that helped remove litter from 35 streets, parks

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Baseball: After one season with St. Anthony's, Riverhead

(3 days ago) Catcher Terrence LeGrady has returned to Riverhead after transferring and playing at St. Anthony’s for one year. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk) Player transfers giveth and taketh. This time, Riverhead receiveth. After the proposed Riverhead budget for the 2020-21 school year was twice defeated at the

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Anthony D’Alessandro

(9 days ago) Anthony D’Alessandro of Mattituck died at his home on Sunday, March 20, 2022, surrounded by his loved ones. He was 88 years old. Anthony was born on Dec. 19, 1933, in Brooklyn, N.Y., to Maria (D’Amico) and Leonardo D’Alessandro. One of two children, he would go on to graduate from Erasmus Hall High School in

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Girls Lacrosse: Blue Waves on a mission to ‘prove them

(8 days ago) The Riverhead girls lacrosse team warms up at practice Tuesday. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk) At the start of each season, Riverhead girls lacrosse coach Lindsay Rella allows the seniors to choose the message written across the back of their warm-up shirts, whether it’s a quote or word of inspiration. The seniors this season chose: Prove them wrong.

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Teaming up to support children misplaced by war in Ukraine

(8 days ago) According to savethechildren.net, 1.3% of the total 7.5 million children in Ukraine are living in some form of residential care facility. The charity, Ridni, provides programs, support, psychologists and specialists to the orphanages, Ms. Loza said. The charity’s goal is “to make sure that adoption processes go as seamlessly as possible

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Riverhead CAP awarded multi-year grant to boost mental

(Just Now) Riverhead Community Awareness Program will receive a multi-year grant to provide mental health awareness training. Riverhead CAP was the only Long Island organization to be awarded the grant, according to Sandra Hopkins-Ouedraogo, the MHAT coordinator and community prevention specialist at Riverhead CAP.

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Photos: Annual St. Patrick's Day parade returns to

(7 days ago) Bagpipers in the Jamesport St. Patrick’s Day. (Credit: Jeremy Garretson) On a beautiful early spring afternoon Saturday, the East End Emerald Society held the Jamesport St. Patrick’s Day, a tradition that returned to Main Road after a two-year hiatus. “It’s a wonderful celebration of

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Shirley M. Kulesa

(6 days ago) Shirley M. Kulesa, 92, of Inverness, Fla., formerly of Baiting Hollow, N.Y., passed away on Dec. 29, 2021, in Lecanto, Fla. She was born Dec. 20, 1929, in Calverton

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Police: Man charged with DWI after head-on crash that

(2 days ago) Riverhead Town police arrested a 53-year-old man on aggravated DWI and weapons charges after a crash that injured five on Sunday. According to police, Margarito Romero Quinteros, 53, of Riverhead, crossed over the double yellow line on Sound Avenue east of Twomey Avenue at about 7:50 p.m. and struck a westbound vehicle head-on. Officials said

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