Daily Update

New York judge tosses out new district lines, Planners reviewing 14 proposed affordable rentals

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Here are the headlines for Monday, April 4, 2022.


New York judge tosses out new district lines, says congressional map is ‘unconstitutional’

Planners reviewing 14 affordable rental units planned next to Southold Town Hall

Southold Town plans to asks businesses to help maintain dark skies

Historian: Time to start plans for country’s 250th anniversary

Live theater returns to the Vail-Leavitt with production of ‘The Agitators’


Committee recommending stricter buffers on retail marijuana sales in vicinity of schools, parks and other Riverhead hubs

Update: Seal pup appears uninjured after climbing fish ladder en route to Riverside traffic circle

As Riverhead Charter School expands STEM program, students tour PBMC to learn about technology in health care

Girls Basketball: Riverhead remembers championship season 10 years later


Yardcrop is building community one garden at a time

Shop Local: Getting the garden ready

One Minute on the North Fork: Homemade horseradish at Schmitt’s Farm

The List: Live more sustainably with these eco-friendly products

Interior designer Hadley Wiggins Marin creates timeless spaces that juxtapose eras


Expect increasing clouds today with a high temperature near 52 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. The low tonight will be around 36.