Here's a roundup of the top stories in Riverhead this week.
Police and Fire
: Families on both sides spoke out as a re-trial for a 1996 murder of a Riverhead teen began in Riverside.
: One family charges an inmate died because he did not receive prompt medical attention.
: A passenger was injured after someone threw a brick through her car window.
s: After for a playing role in two November shootings in the downtown Riverhead area, 18-year-old Juan Soyos-Pixtun was scheduled to be sentenced on Tuesday in Suffolk County Criminal Court on eight felony charges.
: Community leaders in the Flanders and Riverside area urged residents to be cautious and walk with a friend after a woman was reportedly beaten in the area.
: Residents reacted to news after Obama announces a measure to stop deporting younger illegal immigrants.
: Riverhead Town Supervisor Sean Walter said there was a need to move quickly with budget season ahead.
: After an almost three hour public hearing, the zoning board of appeals upheld a use permit for the former Blackman building in Calverton that would green light an agricultural food processing facility at the site.
: Legislator Jay Schneiderman said he is waiting on county to move forward before trailers can be shuttered.
: A favorite tradition on the North Fork continued as hundreds headed to Hulling Night at the 58th Annual Mattituck Lions Club Strawberry Festival.
: One Riverhead teen said his life was forever changed after a journey to Washington, DC with veterans.
: Local farmers say this weekend could be the last for strawberry picking.
: Community members had a lot to say about various proposals for the Riverside traffic circle.
: Riverhead continues to become a more bike friendly town.
: Riverhead Town Councilman George Gabrielsen said the work has begun to finish the new fields.
: Damage is estimated to cost approximately $69,000.
: The State Senator lauded Riverhead rowing champs.
: Students receive recognition.
: The Riverhead Blues Festival brought a medley of voices downtown.
: Hundreds poured into the Riverhead Blues Festival.
: One lucky reader won free tickets by sharing their Blues Festival memories.
: Student actors were honored at the annual Teeny Awards ceremony.