Here's a look at the top headlines of the week in Riverhead.
Police and Fire
: Police said a week after gunmen shot at a house in Riverhead, there are no leads. Supervisor Sean Walter suggested residents observe caution.
: A family dog was lost in a devastating Aquebogue house fire caused by a burning candle.
Aquebogue Man Charged in Fatal Crash: An Aquebogue man was charged after an accident that killed two Nassau County men.
Incident Reports: College Students Say They Were Harassed: College students said they received a death threat.
Man Injured In Calverton Accident: A man was injured after his car hit a telephone pole.
Southampton Police Log: Sex Offender Fails to Register in Riverside: Police said a sex offender failed to register.
Cops: Homeless Woman Arrested After Refusing to Leave Hospital: A homeless woman was arrested when she resisted leaving the hospital after treatment, police said.
Losquadro Wins Tight Brookhaven Highway Chief Race: Dan Losquadro won the race for Brookhaven Town Highway Superintendent.
Environmentalist: Sandy Cars 'Destroyed' EPCAL Grasslands: Some environmentalists believe Hurricane-Sandy damaged cars destroyed grasslands at Enterprise Park at Calverton.
State Comptroller Releases Municipal Audit for Riverhead: A municipal audit released by the New York State Comptroller raised questions about chargeback procedures.
Lawmakers Ban Booing at Town Hall: The Riverhead town board voted to ban booing at town board meetings.
Town Talks National Plan To Mitigate Future Storm Damage: A new federal plan could help Riverhead work proactively toward mitigation of future storm damage.
Walter on Flooding: 'That's Mother Nature's Parking Lot': Flooding at the parking lot in downtown Riverhead is a problem, Riverhead Town Supervisor Sean Walter said; Councilwoman Jodi Giglio is investigating a potential solution.
Family: Missing Peconic Teen Returns Home: The East End rejoiced as missing Peconic teen Ashley Murray returned home safely.
The Retreat Seeks To Educate Teens On Dating Abuse: The Town of Southampton's youth bureau and the Retreat teamed up to battle teen dating abuse at seminars in Flanders.
Nor'easter Expected To Blast Riverhead Wednesday: Mother Nature paid another visit to Riverhead this week.
WATCH: Long Island Aquarium Does the 'Harlem Shake': Everyone is getting in on the Harlem Shake craze.
: Despite fare hikes, no additional service to Riverhead.
Hop Farmer Hits Kickstarter Goal: Kickstarter helped a farmer reach his goal.
Hess to Quit Retail Gas Station Business: Hess is getting out of the retail gas station business, but the toy trucks will live on.
: A new apartment building on West Main Street will aim to protect residents from storms and power outages.
Principal Kicks Off Roanoke Reading Week: Reading was the focus in a week filled with fun and learning at Riverhead schools.