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New York State Universal Health Care Bill Unlikely To Gain Support Needed Now, But Could In Future Jun 12, 17 5:24 PM

Proposed legislation to create a universal single-payer plan to provide health coverage to every New York State resident likely... more

Wainscott School District Appoints Deborah A. Haab As New Superintendent Jun 12, 17 4:58 PM

The Wainscott School District will welcome a new part-time superintendent for the next school year.

Deborah A. Haab of... more

'Legs' Sculpture Vandalized In Sag Harbor Village Jun 12, 17 4:38 PM

People walking along Henry Street in Sag Harbor Village may have noticed that a familiar piece of art has been given an unwelcome... more

Montauk's Viking Fleet Introduces A New Boat For Short Cruises Jun 12, 17 4:33 PM

Visitors to Montauk this summer will have a chance to tour the coast while on the water, in addition to stopping for a swim, pulling... more

Community News, June 15: What's Happening In Your Neighborhood Jun 12, 17 4:33 PM

The sun finally came out last week and the glorious weekend made it feel a bit like summer at last.

Last week found us... more

Ross School News, June 15 Jun 12, 17 11:45 AM

Ross School

Ross School second-graders removed 80 pounds of trash from Sagg Main Beach, as... more

Tuckahoe School News, June 15 Jun 12, 17 11:25 AM

Tuckahoe School

Tuckahoe’s second grade students said “aloha!” to their... more

Montauk Fleet Is Blessed On Sunday Jun 12, 17 10:59 AM

The annual Blessing of the Fleet took place Sunday afternoon at Montauk’s commercial dock. Father Tom Murray of St. Therese... more

'Road Trip' Wins 2017 Battle Of The Bands Jun 12, 17 9:48 AM

The 2017 Battle of the Bands, hosted by the Southampton Town Youth Bureau, was held on Friday night at Ponquogue Beach in Hampton... more

Springs School News, June 15 Jun 11, 17 2:57 PM

Springs School

Several third-graders decided to take it upon themselves to run a bake sale... more

Toxic Algae Bloom Detected In Georgica Pond In East Hampton Jun 9, 17 5:32 PM

The Suffolk County Health Department has issued a warning to residents against coming in contact with the waters of Georgica Pond... more

Attorney: Hampton Bays Caribbean Restaurant Changes Name As Part Of Court Settlement Jun 7, 17 4:26 PM

It appears that Rumba Rum Bar has won the battle of the conflicting Hampton Bays tropical theme restaurant names.

The... more

East Quogue To Offer Universal Pre-Kindergarten In September Jun 7, 17 12:55 PM

The East Quogue School District will offer a universal prekindergarten program for the first time this September, with the help... more

Victim Of Southampton Village Sexual Abuse And Home Invasion Takes The Stand In Court Jun 7, 17 12:52 PM

A 19-year-old woman took the stand on Tuesday and identified defendant Marvin Siciliano-Nunez as the man who sexually abused her... more

Remsenburg Academy Is Officially A Town Landmark Jun 7, 17 12:52 PM

A longstanding symbol of the Remsenburg community finally enjoyed its day in the sun when the 156-year-old building was officially... more
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