Here's a roundup of the top stories in Riverhead this week:
Police & Fire
: Police have identified the driver of a tractor trailer who died in a fiery crash as David Skelton, 64.
: Police are looking for vandals who caused between $3000 and $5000 of damage.
: A Flanders man was charged with violating a stay-away order.
: The sentencing scheduled for Wednesday of Juan Soyos-Pixtun, who pleaded guilty for his role in two November shootings in Riverhead, has been adjourned to July 19.
: Randy Alschuler blasted Rep. Tim Bishop's offer to aid undocumented immigrants who are applying to stay in the United States under Obama's new immigration policy.
: Some are fearful a proposed new shopping center would mean too much development in Wading River.
: Despite threats of litigation by the town's union leader and a lack of support from Supervisor Sean Walter, the Riverhead Town board voted to approve new GPS systems for town highway department vehicles.
: Members of the Flanders, Riverside, and Northampton Civic Association say a mailing that will be sent out by the Southampton Town Housing Authority comes despite many public meetings where residents have asked for affordable home ownership, not rentals, in the Riverside area.
: Richard Blowes executive director of the Southampton Town Housing Authority, addresses the intent of a mailing regarding homes that will be deeded to the town by Suffolk County.
: Riverhead Town Supervisor Sean Walter said a projected timeline regarding Enterprise Park at Calverton will not materialize this year.
: Hundreds of visitors paid their respects at the Dignity Memorial Vietnam Wall in Calverton this week.
: When the on Monday, JoAnn Lyles, whose son, United States Marine Corps Lance Corporal Jordan Haerter, 19, of Sag Harbor, was killed in Iraq in 2008, was onhand to welcome the memorial.
: A new fitness craze is sweeping the East End.
: Residents sweltered in a heat wave this week.
: Town and county officials opened cooling centers.
: Furry friends need care during hot temperatures, too.
: Plans for a new microbrewery proposed for an abandoned schoolhouse on Sound Avenue were presented to the Riverhead zoning board of appeals.
: The Long Island Aquarium & Exhibition Center could manage town docks to boost transient boat traffic to downtown Riverhead.
: Clapping, cheers and talk of Tebowing all took place at the Riverhead High School graduation Saturday.
: Two new teams joined the lineup in the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball league.