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3 hrs ago | Patch.com
The Snowflake Ice Cream Shoppe of Riverhead has announced on its Facebook Page that as of this week it is closed for 2013 season.
Should the government provide access to health care for everyone?
Should prostitution be legalized?
7 hrs ago | Patch.com
As the first real snowfall of the season blankets Riverhead, Patch wants to see what the view looks like from your house.
11 hrs ago | Patch.com
Despite initial predictions of up to three inches of snow expected to fall Tuesday on the East End, for most residents of Riverhead and the North Fork, snow was a no-show.
15 hrs ago | Patch.com
On Tuesday night, community members are being asked to vote in their respective fire district commissioner elections.
19 hrs ago | Patch.com
The following arrests were reported by Town of Southampton and New York State Police for the week of Dec. 9. An criminal charge is an accusation.
22 hrs ago | NyackNewsAndViews
Nyack's Farmers' Market will operate indoors at the Nyack Center through March 27. Organized by the Nyack Chamber of Commerce, the farmers' market has proven a bountiful harvest with a yield of 800 to 1000 shoppers a week when outdoors.
The Riverhead High School Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps have been busy.
Bill Toedter of the North Fork Environmental Council discussed the plan with the Riverhead town board on Thursday; he said the goal was to find a locale that was both safe and traffic-free and that also highlighted natural presentation efforts in light of Earth Day and Arbor Day.
New Yorker published his short story, "The Smoker," about a teacher's relationship with a student and her family, in 2000.
Taking a page from a popular television series, top chefs will face off Friday in a heated competition in the kitchen to win a dream prize.
Discussion revolving around the proposed Family Community Life Center in Riverhead, which will cost $60 million to build, got heated at a town board work session Thursday.
Sure, it's easy to roll up to any one of the hundreds of christmas tree stands across Long Island and pluck out your blue spruce from the piles, but for many intrepid holiday cheer-seekers, that just doesn't cut it.