Here's a rundown of the top stories in Riverhead this week.
Police and Fire
: A Calverton woman was charged with DWI after allegedly driving the wrong way down a one-way street.
: A Riverhead woman pleaded guility to stealing over $400,000 from an elderly client.
: One canine has a nose for the stash, sniffing out over $1 million in drug money.
: Plans for a new writing center and bookstore in Riverhead were scrapped this week; many writers had expressed interest in the creative endeavor.
: Town supervisor said today's economic forecast has affected the nation.
: Riverhead Town Supervisor Sean Walter reached out to the MTA to help find a tenant for the Long Island Rail Road building.
: Local hops used for new beer.
: Rumors of a new methadone clinic coming to East Main Street are untrue, property principals say.
: A report indicates that Suffolk County leads the pack in pumpkins and flowers.
: After months of anticipation, a new bowling alley opened in Riverhead on Thursday.
: Tensions continue to escalate between animal advocates, demonstrating outside an Aquebogue puppy store, and the business's owner.
: One lucky pooch had a happy ending this week and found his way home.
: One motorsports enthusiasts offers to pay for the test out of his own pocket.
: One year after Hurricane Irene, technology improvements continue.
: A sample close to home has tested positive.
: A push for good penmanship is on in Riverhead schools.
: There's nothing better than ice cream to break the proverbial ice.
: One little boy won a prize for his passion for reading.
: Riverhead school board meetings will once again be televised.
: Check the schedule so your kids won't be late for school.