Here's a rundown of the week's top stories in Riverhead.
Police and Fire
: Two homeless sex offenders that once lived in the Riverside trailer failed to report new addresses were on the run when nabbed by police.
: Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota said after the success of the summer's DWI Task Force, enforcement will now be amped up to spotlight those who boat while intoxicated.
: Riverhead police warned residents about a man who has been calling and demanding payment of town water bills.
: A fight led to gunfire in Riverhead.
: Southampton Town Councilwoman Bridget Fleming won a Democratic primary by a landslide and will face off against incumbent New York State Senator Ken LaValle in the coming election.
: First-time home buyers will see their dreams come true.
: A timeline is in place for Suffolk County's acquisition of parcel that is slated to be the site of a 9/11 memorial park on Sound Avenue in Riverhead.
: Riverhead Town Supervisor Sean Walter said signs of dinosaur life are stirring on Main Street.
: The new Blue Duck Bakery on East Main Street is expected to open soon; a new Blue Duck Bakery manufacturing facility is coming to Riverside.
: The seals will stay behind the scenes at the Long Island Aquarium and Exhibition Center temporarily as a two-month beautification project commences.
: Reeves Park residents gathered to pay tribute to a hometown hero who lost his life on 9/11.
: With prostitution and drug use rampant in Riverside and Flanders, residents are demanding answers.
: Community members believe a number of blighted Riverside and Flanders properties need revamping.
: The Riverhead board of education discussed goals and initiatives for the coming year.
: One deserving young man was honored this week in Riverhead.
: Student rehearsed diligently before putting on a show.