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Norsic Is Buyer Of Former Long Island Auto Museum, Plans To Use $5 Million Property For Storage Aug 8, 17 5:48 PM

As a kid, Skip Norsic, the third-generation owner of Emil Norsic & Son Inc. in Southampton, spent a lot of time at the Long Island... more

For New Commercial Fishermen, Licensing Hurdles Are High Aug 8, 17 5:45 PM

For Sag Harbor native Aaron Rozzi, embarking on a career as a commercial fisherman was always going to be a steep uphill... more

Police Departments Take Different Approaches To Special Events Protection Aug 8, 17 4:00 PM

In response to terrorist attacks in the U.S. and around the world—and thanks to a new police chief, Steven Skrynecki—Southampton... more

East Hampton Takes Two Montauk Restaurants To Court Over Late-Night Party Scene Aug 8, 17 3:37 PM

East Hampton Town took one Montauk restaurant to court last week for violating its occupancy limits and is preparing to do the... more

Three Men Arrested By East End Drug Task Force, Charged With Selling Drugs In Southampton Town Aug 8, 17 3:33 PM

Three men were arrested last week and charged with multiple felonies, accused of distributing illegal drugs within the Town of... more

Federal Sexual Orientation Discrimination Case Has Southampton Ties Aug 8, 17 3:07 PM

A Southampton man is the defendant in a federal court case that could decide whether workers are protected under federal law from... more

Local Community Leaders Worry That Voter Info Given To Federal Commission Will Deter Registration Aug 8, 17 2:49 PM

The New York State Board of Elections has handed over statewide voter information to a federal commission looking into voter fraud... more

Springs School Board Authorizes Repair Work On Septic System Aug 8, 17 2:42 PM

The Springs School Board is taking action to repair the school’s damaged septic system.

At a meeting on Thursday... more

Springs School Looks To Start Chapter Of Blessings In A Backpack Aug 8, 17 2:35 PM

As she reads a thank-you letter, Trisha Ewald holds back tears. The program manager in the northeast New York region for... more

Road Repairs Under Way In East Quogue Prior To Repaving Aug 8, 17 2:21 PM

Maneuvering Main Street in East Quogue has been a tricky task for drivers over the past few weeks as crews contracted by Suffolk... more

SagTown Coffee Reopens Eight Months After Fire Aug 8, 17 1:35 PM

After eight months in the dark, SagTown Coffee is back in business.

Owned by Shane Dyckman, the popular coffee shop at... more

Solar Eclipse Packs a Bright Schedule Aug 8, 17 1:32 PM

In preparation for the rare solar eclipse set to take place on Monday, August 21, a number of events on the South Fork have been... more

Campaign Diary: County Republicans Tap Collins To Challenge Fleming Aug 8, 17 1:22 PM

The Suffolk County Republican Committee has tapped Heather Collins of East Quogue to challenge incumbent Suffolk County Legislator... more

Bridgehampton Fire Department To Christen New Vehicles Aug 8, 17 12:38 PM

The Bridgehampton Fire Department will host a christening of new trucks and a ceremony to name a new ambulance on Sunday, August... more

Montauk Chamber Decries Hotel Price Survey Aug 8, 17 11:55 AM

The Montauk Chamber of Commerce fired back this week at a survey that crowned Montauk as the most expensive beach destination in... more
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