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Constitutional Convention Vote Looms As November 7 Approaches Oct 24, 17 5:12 PM

In two weeks, New Yorkers will get the chance at the ballot box to either bolster the State Constitution with reforms and safeguards,... more

Water Mill Artist Finds Inspiration In Discarded Objects Oct 24, 17 5:01 PM

Cars go whizzing by at 35, 40 and sometimes in excess of 50 mph, barely avoiding a flat as they narrowly miss running over... more

Police: Man Performs Lewd Act In Front Of Woman In Riverside, Steals Her Backpack Oct 24, 17 4:59 PM

A man groped and harassed a Riverside woman before fondling himself in front of her and running off with her backpack, police said.

The... more

County Health Department Expands Private Water Well Tests In Wainscott Oct 24, 17 4:09 PM

The Suffolk County Health Department is expanding its tests of private wells in Wainscott in the wake of a water quality advisory... more

Quogue Village Awards $115K Sidewalk Project To East Moriches Firm Oct 24, 17 3:15 PM

The Quogue Village Board unanimously agreed on Friday to award a $115,000 contract to an East Moriches firm to replace approximately... more

Race For Southampton Town Trustee Heats Up Oct 24, 17 3:15 PM

This year’s election for the five seats on the Southampton Town Board of Trustees guarantees at least one new face, as Eric... more

State DEC Extends Deadline For Southern Pine Beetle Grants Oct 24, 17 2:46 PM

The deadline to apply for more than $3 million in state grant money to manage the spread of the southern pine beetle has been extended... more

Montauk Beer Now Served At Madison Square Garden Oct 24, 17 2:36 PM

Montauk Brewing Company recently announced that its beer will be available on tap and in cans at Madison Square Garden.

Coinciding... more

Scouts Will Encamp On East Hampton's North Main Street This Weekend Oct 24, 17 2:29 PM

This weekend hatchets will be thrown, arrows will pierce targets, knives will be honed, rugs will be braided, monkey bridges will... more

Eighteen Candidates Run For Nine East Hampton Town Trustee Seats Oct 24, 17 2:26 PM

There are 18 candidates running this year for nine open seats on the East Hampton Town Trustees board, which oversees management... more

East Quogue Planning Tech Upgrades At Elementary School Oct 24, 17 1:42 PM

East Quogue Elementary School, home to approximately 400 students and 45 teachers, is planning a series of state-funded technology... more

Bill To Address Deer Overpopulation, Co-Sponsored By Assemblyman Thiele, Is On Governor's Desk Oct 24, 17 1:37 PM

A bill aiming to help mitigate the negative effects of deer overpopulation statewide recently passed the State Legislature and... more

Police Search For Suspects In Theft Of $3,000 Purse From Southampton Village Store Oct 24, 17 1:29 PM

Southampton Village Police are looking for two women who walked into a high-end boutique on Main Street in September and, police... more

Long Island Man Walks From Manhattan To Montauk to Raise Money For Type 1 Diabetes Research Oct 24, 17 12:40 PM

Michael Ehrlich had walked more than 100 miles over three days through Wednesday, October 18, starting on the hard metropolitan... more

Sag Harbor Partnership Closes In On Fundraising Goal For Cinema Oct 24, 17 12:04 PM

Fundraising efforts to purchase the Sag Harbor Cinema are closing in on the finish line, even without the help of a disreputable... more
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