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Sparse Comment On Sag Harbor Building Size Limits Apr 13, 16 11:22 AM

Only a handful of opinions were offered at a public hearing on Tuesday on what has been a controversial proposal to limit the size... more

County Road 39 Blinking Light Program Scheduled For Next Week Apr 13, 16 11:15 AM

The traffic light at Tuckahoe Road and County Road 39 in Shinnecock Hills will be switched to blinking yellow during the morning... more

Southampton School Board Holds Closed-Door Meeting On Saturday To Discuss Personnel Apr 13, 16 11:15 AM

The Southampton School Board held a closed-door meeting on Saturday morning to discuss unnamed personnel matters.

Mary... more

Southampton Town Police Chief Robert Pearce To Retire Apr 13, 16 11:12 AM

Southampton Town Police Chief Robert Pearce will retire from his post, effective July 24, after more than three decades of service.

His... more

Westhampton Beach Village Adopts $10.1 Million Budget For 2016-17 Apr 13, 16 10:57 AM

An overall increase in assessed land values should result in lower taxes for some Westhampton Beach residents during the next fiscal... more

Southampton Town Will Not Receive $3 Million Grant To Raise Dune Road Apr 13, 16 10:57 AM

Southampton Town will not receive a multimillion-dollar state grant to help raise Dune Road—funds that would have allowed... more

Southampton Publick House To Take Over Drivers Seat Apr 13, 16 10:46 AM

The Southampton Publick House will be taking over the Drivers Seat restaurant on Jobs Lane in Southampton Village, and could be... more

Southampton High School Students Are Doing Their Homework Prior To Presidential Election Apr 12, 16 5:47 PM

Building on lessons they’ve learned in their Advanced Placement Government course this year, a group of Southampton High... more

New York Primary Voting A Rare Day Of Consequence Apr 12, 16 5:22 PM

Tuesday’s presidential primary vote in New York State brings with it more consequence than any such contest in decades.

Typically,... more

Remsenburg-Speonk Adopts $13.2 Million Budget That Does Not Pierce State Tax Cap Apr 12, 16 5:20 PM

The Remsenburg-Speonk Board of Education on Monday adopted a $13.2 million budget for the next school year, a plan that decreases... more

Planning Board Now Expected To Approve Remsenburg Subdivision In May Apr 12, 16 5:17 PM

The Southampton Town Planning Board is now expected to sign off on a long-anticipated Remsenburg subdivision around Memorial Day,... more

Democratic Primary Forum Friday Apr 12, 16 3:57 PM

Democratic voters on the South Fork who are itching to hash out their view of the party’s two presidential candidates one... more

Blue Duck Bakery Selling Puzzle-Piece-Shaped Cookies During Autism Awareness Month Apr 12, 16 3:52 PM

Blue Duck Bakery is selling colorful, puzzle-piece-shaped cookies throughout April, which is National Autism Awareness Month, and... more

Southampton Elementary School Hosts Free Child Abuse Prevention Classes Apr 12, 16 3:45 PM

A new program that raises awareness about child abuse will be offered for free at Southampton Elementary School this month.

The... more

Shinnecock Man Killed While Crossing County Road 39 On Foot Friday Night Apr 12, 16 3:40 PM

Claude Eleazer could fix anything.

“He was known on the reservation as one of the best mechanics that you could... more
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