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Ex-Chief Nicholas Luparella/Denise Civiletti Riverhead Local/photos Thomas Lambui, March 04

A fast-moving fire destroyed a home in the Lakewood mobile home park on River Road in Calverton this afternoon.

The elderly female resident had evacuated the home prior to the Riverhead Fire Department’s arrival and was uninjured, Riverhead Fire Chief Kevin Brooks said.

The Riverhead Town fire marshal is investigating the cause of the blaze.

“When I got there the fire had already gone through the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Reliable & Wash probie training

Ex-Chief Nicholas Luparella/photos by Ex-Chief Steve Beal, February 19

The Reliable & Wash held probie training at HQ.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ex-Chief Nicholas Luparella/Denise Civiletti Riverhead Local/photos Pete Blasl, January 25

A fire at the Exxon gas station on Edwards Avenue in Calverton drew multiple fire departments to safely put it out Thursday afternoon.
The fire, which caused clouds of dark smoke to billow from the gas station’s mini-mart, apparently started in the food preparation area of the gas station’s Subway shortly before 4 p.m., according to an employee.
“I heard a ‘pop’, turned around and saw flames,” the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Stuck in the mud

Ex-Chief Nicholas Luparella/Denise Civiletti Riverhead Local, January 24

Riverhead police, firefighters and EMS rescued a woman from a muddy farm field in Aquebogue this afternoon.
The woman was reportedly chasing a horse that got away off Church Lane shortly after 4 p.m. She pursued the horse into a farm field and became stuck in deep mud, the byproduct of today’s torrential downpours.
A passerby called 911. Police called the fire department as well as Riverhead Volunteer ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ex-Chief Nicholas Luparella, January 05

We just received a lot of snow. Please dig out the hydrant near your home.... (Full Story & Photos)

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