🌱 Riverhead Daily: Riverhead HS Top 20 Students + Ridge Bus Hits Tree

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🌱 Riverhead Daily: Riverhead HS Top 20 Students + Ridge Bus Hits Tree

Hey neighbors! Diane Witek here with the latest copy of the Riverhead Daily.

First, today’s weather:

Times of clouds and sun. High: 61, low: 51.

Here are the top stories today in Riverhead:

  1. Riverhead High School’s top 20 students of the graduating Class of 2022 received this honor as a result of good grades and extra work. Students are enrolled in a number of challenging Advanced Placement courses and take part in extracurricular activities such as athletics, theatre, musical performances, clubs and community service work. (RiverheadLOCAL)
  2. Stolen items valued at $500,000 were stolen by trio at the Melville Coin, Stamp, and Collectible Show that took place on Broadhollow Road on Sunday, April 10. The vendor was packing up for the day and left the items in a box in the care of an acquaintance. A woman distracted the man while another man approached the table, picked up the box, and walked out of the room. Anyone with information regarding the suspects or robbery has been asked to contact Suffolk County Police Second Squad Detectives by calling 631-854-8252 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS. (Daily Voice)
  3. Early Tuesday morning a school bus carrying children struck a tree in Ridge on Lakeside Trail at Manhasset Trail at about 6:20 am No injuries were reported. (patch)
  4. Long Island is dealing with dead zones from rust tides caused by high amounts of nitrogen, the solution is to upgrade septic systems to prevent leakage into the waterways. Stony Brook University scientist Christopher Gobler emphasized at his annual State of the Bays lecture last Wednesday that excessive nitrogen loading from wastewater is an ongoing threat to Long Island waters. (Stony Brook University News)

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  • Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office: “Sheriff Toulon and the men and women of the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office send our prayers to the people injured in Brooklyn and the First Responders at the scene. #Brooklyn, #NYPD, #FDNY.” (Facebook) (website)
  • Spirit’s Promise Equine Rescue Program: “Thank you to everyone who attended last night’s beginner line dancing class! It was another sold out class and we had a great time!” (Facebook) (website)
  • RiverheadLOCAL: “Community organizations will present a ‘Parent University’ event at Riverhead High School on Wednesday to teach families how to recognize and respond to drug use in their children and provide training for when and how to administer.” (instagram)
  • East End Women’s Network – EEWN: “You asked, we delivered! A joint networking event with the Riverhead Chamber of Commerce. Come meet new friends, make connections and enjoy a beverage and appetizers. EEWN & RCOC members, $15; non-members, $25 registration in bio link.” (Facebook) (website)
  • The Suffolk Theatre: “2x Grammy-Winning American Folk Icon — Janis Ian — is embarking on her final North American tour with her final new album and she’s stopping in Riverhead! Don’t miss your last chance to see her up close and personal.” (Instagram) (website)
  • Riverhead Chamber of Commerce: “Space is limited! Click to register now. Or call 212-961-4100 Riverhead IDA, Town of Riverhead.” (Facebook)

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You’re officially in the loop for today! See you all tomorrow for another update.

Diane Witek

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