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Sag Harbor YARD After-School Program Looks To Keep Helping Kids Apr 18, 17 2:58 PM

Pierson middle and high school kids engage in a multitude of activities on a typical day at the after-school program at the... more

Westhampton Beach Fire Department Will Host RecruitNY Open House Apr 18, 17 2:58 PM

The Westhampton Beach Fire Department will host an open house Sunday, April 30, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Sunset Avenue firehouse... more

East Hampton Man Turns Heartbreak Into Healing Apr 18, 17 2:44 PM

For Springs resident Kevin Reynolds, a slight against his long-dead brother opened a door for himself, and dozens of Vietnam veterans,... more

Pulitzer Prize Finalist Alan Schwarz Will Present Lecture On ADHD At Rogers Memorial Library On April 24 Apr 18, 17 2:17 PM

Five years ago, Alan Schwarz was looking for a new public health issue to sink his teeth into. The New York Times investigative... more

Southampton Fire Department Holds Main Street Drill Apr 18, 17 2:09 PM

The Southampton Fire Department conducted a large-scale training exercise on Monday evening on at Herrick Hardware and surrounding... more

Health Officials Warn Of Tick-Borne Meat Allergy Prevalent On East End Apr 18, 17 1:00 PM

Lyme disease is arguably the most well-known tick-borne illness, but another—a meat allergy, spread by ticks—has begun... more

Zeldin Appointed Finance Chairman at NRCC Apr 18, 17 12:55 PM

U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin has been appointed to a new position at the National Republican Congressional Committee, or NRCC.more

Westhampton Beach Village Budget Will Not Pierce State Tax Cap Apr 17, 17 3:50 PM

There are no surprises with this year's Westhampton Beach Village $10.4 million budget that was unanimously adopted on Thursday... more

Community News, April 20: What's Happening In Your Neighborhood Apr 17, 17 1:17 PM

Throughout our community there is evidence of the good work of local Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. And there’s more... more

Sagaponack Bridge Repairs Nearing Completion Apr 17, 17 10:43 AM

As repairs to the historic Sagg Bridge in the Village of Sagaponack wrap up, officials continue to push to have the work finished... more

East Quogue Teenager Finds Independence Aboard A Horse Apr 15, 17 11:53 AM

When Lauren Reischer was 5 years old, stiffness on the right side of her body caused by cerebral palsy made it impossible for her... more

Additional South Fork Train Service Plans Near Finalization Apr 12, 17 12:02 PM

More transportation options are being discussed for the South Fork as officials finalize details of a proposed “commuter... more

Beth Young Takes Her On Online Publication To The Next Level: Print Apr 11, 17 5:22 PM

Why jump back to print?

That’s the obvious question for Beth Young, who—after getting her journalistic feet... more

Adopted State Budget Includes Additional Cash For Stony Brook Southampton, Suffolk Community College Apr 11, 17 4:59 PM

New York State’s $153 billion 2018 budget was approved on Sunday and funding for two East End universities has made the final... more

Press News Group Brings Home 29 Awards From New York Press Association Convention Apr 11, 17 2:02 PM

The Western Edition of The Southampton Press won the Past Presidents’ Award for General Excellence, and was named... more
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