This week in Riverhead:
: owner Nick Attisano is moving right along as scheduled, and said he plans on holding a soft opening at his new Main Street location on Tuesday.
: After more than 30 years in business and doing what she estimated was over 125,000 perms, at
: Starting this weekend, you’ll be able to sample liquors produced in New York State at in Aquebogue.
Bistro owner and said she plans to add the homegrown liquor drinks to her bar, which up until this point has featured only her
: Taking into consideration feedback received at a Feb. 4 public workshop - and meetings with landowners and members of the public held last fall - hired planners from BFJ Planning presented an updated version of a Wading River Corridor Study on Wednesday night to the Riverhead Town Board, and a crowd of about 100 members of the public.
y: Supervisor Sean Walter said on Tuesday that he is taking a trip up to Albany next week to lobby his vision of an inter-governmental body to provide a fast track for development projects at Enterprise Park at Calverton.
: A review of a handful of resolutions passed at Wednesday's town board meeting.
: A 10-0 run with less than three minutes in Saturday's game propelled the Blue Waves girls' basketball team to a 66-51 win over the Lindenhurst Bulldogs and into the Suffolk County Class AA finals for the first time since 1984, when the team won the Section XI championship.
w: After Recreation Superintendent Ray Coyne on new ballfields in Calverton, he said on Wednesday afternoon that the field will be opening without them.
: A 16-year-old from Wading River was arrested on petit larceny charges after he allegedly stole a woman's iPad and laptop from her car while she was in it. Reports state the woman caught the teen, retreived her property and called police.
k: Southampton Police arrested a Bellport man on two felony charges last Friday after they said he was driving drunk after circumventing his interlock device.