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Williams files appeal of trial court decision blocking him from the ballot in First Legislative District Republican primary

County legislative candidate Greg Williams of Cutchogue is appealing the May 3 trial court decision invalidating his party designating petitions.

PBMC receives ‘A’ rating in patient safety from watchdog group

Peconic Bay Medical Center has received an ‘A’ rating in patient safety by Leapfrog, a nonprofit watchdog group that grades hospitals based on patient services.

Real estate transfers: May 5, 2023

SOCIAL: Keep an eye on trends in local real estate values with the weekly report of real estate title transfers in Riverhead Town and the Flanders/Riverside/Northampton hamlets. Here's the information reported for RiverheadLOCAL on May 5, 2023 by Suffolk Vision title service.

Crowd, angry about potential for cargo jets and truck traffic, blasts EPCAL developer at forum

A raucous crowd packed the Hotel Indigo meeting room beyond capacity Wednesday night to confront the Triple Five affiliate looking to build 10 million square-feet of industrial/commercial development at the Calverton Enterprise Park.

Bill authorizing Suffolk County wastewater district and 1/8% county sales tax hike, subject to mandatory referendum, is signed into law

Legislation authorizing a county-wide wastewater management district in Suffolk and an additional 1/8-cent sales tax to finance a water quality restoration fund was enacted this week in Albany.

New York reduces minimum size and harvest of black sea bass and scup this season

The minimum size for black sea bass keepers is now 16.5 inches. From June 23 to Aug. 31, recreational anglers are allowed to possess no more than three black sea bass per day. Scup minimums are now 9.5 inches from shore and 10.5 inches from vessels.

Triple Five affiliate says it is pursuing use of rail freight infrastructure in Calverton

Calverton Aviation & Technology says it is exploring rail freight uses for the Calverton rail spur refurbished and by town at a cost of $3.5 million in 2010-2011.

Crowd turns out Friday night to learn about what ‘warehouse’ proposals could mean for Calverton

A crowd of 92 people attended the Greater Calverton Civic Association meeting Friday night to learn about "Warehouse Breeds" at Riley Avenue Elementary School, where community members presented information about how traditional warehouses have evolved into distribution and fulfillment centers to accommodate online retailing.

The $40 million land deal between Riverhead and Triple Five affiliate ‘CAT’: a look back

With Calverton Aviation & Technology set to present its plans for the Calverton Enterprise Park Wednesday evening at the Hotel Indigo in Riverhead, we thought this a good time to provide a timeline of milestones in the history of the deal, now in its seventh year.

Riverhead ambulance will begin billing for all transports in the next 60-90 days to cover the rising costs of emergency rescue...

Bills for ambulance transports will be sent directly to patients’ medical insurance companies and no collection actions will be taken against people without insurance, officials said.