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Zeldin Calls For Public Pleas To Army Corps Aug 24, 16 10:34 AM

Public input from East End residents will be a key component to securing more funding for shoreline improvement projects on the... more

Southampton Police Arrest Man On Several Felony Drug Possession Charges In Bridgehampton Aug 24, 16 10:27 AM

Officers who stopped a man for driving and texting on Bridgehampton’s Main Street say they uncovered a cache of drugs inside... more

Police Step Up Presence On Bridgehampton's Main Street Aug 24, 16 10:05 AM

Southampton Town Police say they have stepped up enforcement at the request of the Bridgehampton Citizens Advisory Committee, stationing... more

Bridgehampton Gateway Owner Says CPF Purchase Will Not Happen Aug 24, 16 9:51 AM

The idea of using Community Preservation Fund revenues to buy and preserve the proposed Gateway commercial property on Montauk... more

Rust Tide Spreads Across Peconic Estuary Aug 24, 16 9:43 AM

A toxic “rust tide” that stretches from Riverhead to East Hampton has formed in the Peconic Estuary, and warm temperatures... more

UPDATE: One Person Flown To Stony Brook University Hospital, Two Others Injured In Accident In Flanders Tuesday Aug 24, 16 9:36 AM

UPDATE: 3:45 p.m.

Two people were transported to Stony Brook University Hospital, one by... more

Father Of Remsenburg Teen With Down Syndrome Warned To Stay Off School Grounds Or Face Arrest Aug 24, 16 8:38 AM

The parents of a Remsenburg teenager with Down syndrome were warned this week that they will be arrested if they attempt to bring... more

Southampton Town Assessor Pushes For Reassessment Of All Commercial Properties Aug 23, 16 5:33 PM

A proposal to reassess the estimated 3,000 commercial properties in Southampton Town for taxing purposes is raising red flags among... more

Enviros Say County Is Letting Developers Slide On Clean Water Act Requirements Aug 23, 16 4:57 PM

While nitrogen pollution of local bays has been tagged “public enemy number one” by politicians across Long Island... more

Montauk Fire Department Seeks Volunteers Aug 23, 16 4:42 PM

The Montauk Fire Department is looking for volunteers. The department will hold a membership meeting on September 14 at 7 p.m.... more

Southampton Town Takes Small Steps With Riverside Path Project Aug 23, 16 4:40 PM

Plans for a walking path in Riverside leading to the Peconic River are slowly moving forward.

Southampton Town will begin... more

Blue-Green Algae Blooms Discovered In Mecox Bay Aug 23, 16 4:27 PM

Yet another Southampton water body—Mecox Bay—was confirmed this week to have toxic blue-green algae blooms.

Confirmed... more

Renovations At Retreat Are Nearly Complete Aug 23, 16 4:20 PM

The Retreat, a safe haven for victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault based in East Hampton, is nearing completion of renovations... more

Experts On Tick-Borne Diseases Give Free Advice Aug 23, 16 3:56 PM

On a warm and hazy day in August, one would have thought that most people would be at the beach. However, this past Saturday, August... more

Sag Harbor Teacher Hopes To Raise $12,000 To Ship 26,000 Books To African Nation Aug 23, 16 3:18 PM

After shattering her goal by collecting 26,000 new and used books, Kryn Olson now has a new mission: raising $12,000 so she... more
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