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Week in Review: Attorney for Puppy Store Demands Protestors 'Cease and Desist'

In other news of the week, a new solar farm in Riverhead could bring $3 million in revenue.

Week in Review: Attorney for Puppy Store Demands Protestors 'Cease and Desist'

Here are some of the top stories in Riverhead this week.

Police and Fire

: A fourth grade teacher charged with DWI and driving with a loaded gun won't be back in his Riverhead classroom when school starts.

: The war on drugs continued in Suffolk County.

: DWI and drug arrests around town.

: A Riverhead woman was charged with stealing from Waldbaum's.


: Riverhead Town Councilman George Gabrielsen announces a new solar farm at the long-troubled Youngs Avenue landfill that he says will bring revenue into town.

: Residents gathered at a Riverhead town planning board meeting to offer design ideas for a controversial project.

: Riverside and Flanders residents cried out about dangerous glass they said needed to be addressed at shattered bus shelters.

: A job fair will be hosted by Assemblyman Dan Losquadro to help residents struggling to make ends meet.


: Residents weighed in passionately this week after the owners of a puppy store in Aquebogue demanded protestors "cease and desist" or face litigation.

: The beloved Polish festival kicked off on Friday.

: Racing advocates say a drag strip at Enterprise Park at Calverton would help prevent tragic street accidents.


: The owner of Cliff's Elbow Room in Jamesport is offering electric car owners a free charge.

: A local business gets a boost to help finish renovations and further the revitalization of downtown Riverhead.

: Farmers offer the best of the season's bounty at farmstands.

: A Designer Shoe Warehouse will be moving into the old Border's building on Route 58.

: The Long Ireland Beer Company cultivate Wading River hops for a new local brew.


: Residents lauded a favorite school district employee.

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