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Peconic Bay Medical Center Gets Largest Individual Donation Of $10 Million Sep 16, 19 3:31 PM

The Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead just received its largest individual donation ever.

At the hospital’s... more

Outrage In East Hampton After State Says Allowing Mine To Dig Into Groundwater Poses No Environmental Threat Sep 16, 19 2:05 PM

The State Department of Environmental Conservation has ruled that a proposal by one of the Bistrian family’s mining companies... more

As Flu Season Approaches, Doctors Urge Public To Get Vaccinated Now Sep 11, 19 11:11 AM

School is back in session — meaning that flu season is just around the corner.

Local medical practices and pharmacies... more

Suffolk County Water Authority To Be Reimbursed $4M For PFAS Remediation Sep 10, 19 3:44 PM

Federal funding will cover about $4 million that the Suffolk County Water Authority spent on remediating contaminated groundwater... more

Summer 2019 Set New Record For Short-Term Power Demands On the South Fork Sep 3, 19 5:29 PM

The summer of 2019 saw new highs in demand for electrical power on the South Fork that flirted with but did not stress the maximum... more

East End Police Departments Look To Create Peer Support Network Sep 3, 19 4:15 PM

When he was a young patrolman for the East Hampton Town Police Department, Sag Harbor Village Police Chief Austin McGuire responded... more

Vaccinate, Home-School Or Leave New York: Unvaccinated Families Scramble To Decide As School Year Approaches Aug 28, 19 10:40 AM

Michele Liot was not planning to vaccinate her 5-year-old son, Dax Dacuk, before enrolling him in kindergarten at Sag Harbor Elementary... more

Local Parishes Named In Sexual Abuse Lawsuits As State's One-Year Window For Action Opens Aug 20, 19 4:26 PM

Both St. Andrew’s Catholic Church in Sag Harbor and St. Rosalie’s Catholic Church in Hampton Bays are named in civil... more

Despite Violations, HarborMaster in Sag Harbor Does Not Believe Boats Are Discharging into Estuary Aug 20, 19 2:22 PM

It may have raised some eyebrows last week when Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy, while reading aloud Harbormaster Robert Bori’s activity... more

Pill Production And Distribution Numbers Show Local Providers Were On Par With County, State Averages Aug 20, 19 1:39 PM

Recently released data shows how many opioid pills flowed into pharmacies across the United States in the peak years of the opioid... more

Local Allergist Has Over 500 Patients With Alpha-Gal Meat Allergy From Tick Bites Aug 20, 19 1:01 PM

Most longtime residents of the East End know at least one person with an alpha-gal allergy, a health issue that is becoming more... more

Nurse Rebecca Young Shares What You Need To Know About Ticks Aug 13, 19 1:43 PM

Ticks and tick-borne illnesses have long been a problem on the East End. There may not be a solution to ridding the region of the... more

Senators Announce $900,000 In Federal Funding For PFOA/PFOS Testing Jul 30, 19 5:58 PM

Two U.S. senators announced last week that the federal government has allocated nearly $900,000 in funding to conduct a New York... more

Local Home Care Agencies Need More Caregivers To Meet Growing Demand From Aging Population Jul 30, 19 1:55 PM

Barbara Raynor, who is in her early 70s, sometimes finds herself working 12-hour shifts as an in-home caregiver, because her agency,... more

National Weather Service Issues Heat Warning For Weekend Jul 19, 19 10:10 AM

An excessive heat warning and heat advisory will remain in effect from noon on Friday until 8 p.m. on Sunday, according to the... more
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