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Property Owner Acts To Evict The Spur From Planned Hampton Road Location, Claiming
The owner of 630 Hampton Road in Southampton Village, where the Spur is in the midst of building its flagship location, is taking...
Westhampton Beach Girls Basketball Defeats Rival ESM To Advance To
The Eastport/South Manor girls basketball team prides itself on defense, no surprise when its led by longtime head coach Steve...
High Turnout Expected At NYPD Detective’s Funeral Services in Hampton Bays; Road
Large crowds are anticipated in Hampton Bays Monday through Wednesday to pay respects to New York City Police Detective Brian Simonsen,...
East End Homeless Shelters At Max Capacity During
Chicken broth kisses the brim of a red disposable bowl as an elderly man in tattered clothes saunters away from a long line of...
East Hampton Village Mayor Voices His Opposition To Legalizing Recreational
East Hampton Village Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. criticized Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s push to legalize the recreational...
Former Ross School Lower Campus In Bridgehampton Goes On
After announcing in the spring that it would consolidate all its students at its Upper School campus in East Hampton, the Ross...
New Septic Law Adopted In East
The East Hampton Village Board voted unanimously last week to require low-nitrogen septic systems for new single-family homes and...
Beach Permits Renewals May Be Required For East Hampton
East Hampton Town lawmakers are one step closer to requiring town residents to get new beach parking permit stickers in addition...
Southampton Town Approves Ban On Plastic Straws And Polystyrene Products, Starting
Southampton Town Board members on Tuesday unanimously approved a ban on the use of plastic straws and polystyrene foam containers...
Sixty-Unit Workforce Housing Complex Being Considered On County Road 39
A Medford-based nonprofit announced last week that it hopes to build 60 units of affordable and workforce housing off County Road...
A Cast Of Seasoned High School Actors Take On 'Les Mis' In
All of the East Hampton High School students now rehearsing “Les Miserables” for a weekend of performances beginning...
Officials In Two Towns Interested In Imposing Stricter Mining Regulations Following
The towns of Southampton and East Hampton gained the opportunity to have more control over regulating mining operations as a result...
Bel-Aire Cove Property Taxes, With Condo Plan, Could Be Less Than
Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman said this week that his preferred plan to redevelop the Bel-Aire Cove Motel in Hampton...
RAVE Panic Button Initially Excludes East End Police Departments, Requiring A Work-Around
Montauk School Superintendent Jack Perna installed the RAVE Panic Button—a mobile smartphone application that allows users...
East End's First Opioid Forum Draws Large Crowd To Address
Local and state policy-makers, health professionals and others gathered at the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church...
Former Sag Harbor ARB Chairman Explains His Resignation, Calls For Tougher
The Sag Harbor Village Board on Tuesday, February 12, accepted the resignation of Anthony Brandt, former chairman of the village’s...
Montaukers Plead For Town, Neighbors To Find A Third Option For
Spurred by a grass-roots campaign to raise awareness in Montauk about PSEG-Long Island’s consideration of a hillside property...
Southampton Village Mayor Hopes To Put Sewers Back On The Table
The idea of creating a sewer district in Southampton Village, both to improve water quality and to help the business community...
Connecticut Energy Company Buys Half Of South Fork Wind Farm And Other Deepwater
New England’s largest energy company, Connecticut-based Eversource Energy, has purchased a 50 percent stake in the bulk of...