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Good Ground Park Committee Narrows Design Search To Three Finalists Mar 19, 14 12:34 PM

The committee charged with finding an architectural firm to design the proposed Good Ground Park in Hampton Bays has narrowed its... more

East Quogue Chamber of Commerce Looks To Bring Charity Concert To Hamlet Mar 19, 14 12:15 PM

The East Quogue Chamber of Commerce is looking to organize a charitable concert in the hamlet this summer, with the hope that it... more

Sag Harbor Village To Freeze Noncontractual Salaries In Latest Budget Proposal Mar 19, 14 11:58 AM

The Sag Harbor Village Board will freeze the salaries of all village employees not contractually due for a raise, Mayor Brian Gilbride... more

Oddone's Freedom A Release For Victim's Widow As Well Mar 19, 14 11:56 AM

Stacey Reister’s nightmare began before dawn on August 8, 2008, when she was awakened with the news that her husband of nearly... more

Bellone Talks Environment, Affordable Housing And Transportation During East End Visit Mar 19, 14 11:43 AM

Standing before a mixed bag of stakeholders last week at Southampton Town Hall, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone laid out... more

Holocaust Survivor's Courageous Story Resonates With Westhampton Beach Students Mar 19, 14 11:33 AM

Standing before a silent audience of teenagers and educators at Westhampton Beach High School on Monday afternoon, Bozenna Urbanowicz... more

North Haven Village To Cut Spending, Raise Building Permit Fees Mar 19, 14 11:23 AM

At last week’s North Haven Village budget work session, Mayor Jeffrey Sander announced his intention to keep the tax rate... more

Sagaponack Village Officials Propose $815k Budget Mar 19, 14 11:13 AM

The Village of Sagaponack released its proposed tentative budget for 2014-15 fiscal year this week, calling for a small hike in... more

Town Pays Off Back Pension Contributions Mar 19, 14 10:34 AM

The Southampton Town Board paid off the last of its outstanding employee pension debt this month, making it the first Long Island... more

Shinnecock Tribe Learns About Online Child Safety Mar 19, 14 10:32 AM

Members of the Shinnecock Indian Nation are taking proactive steps to keep children safe online, and last week offered some tangible... more

Southampton Village Parking Fines Not Matching Village Code Mar 19, 14 10:24 AM

Southampton Village trustees are working with the Village Police Department to fix parking fines in two ways—both to make... more

Bridgehampton Teen Pleads Not Guilty To Murder Charge Mar 19, 14 10:24 AM

A 19-year-old Bridgehampton man officially pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to second-degree murder in connection with the Christmas... more

Sag Harbor Village Washes Hands Of Pierson Safety Issue Mar 19, 14 10:10 AM

Last week, the Sag Harbor Board of Education put out an open invitation to the Village Board, the chief of police and community... more

Southampton Town To Target Deceptive Clothing Collection Groups Mar 19, 14 10:10 AM

When people bring unwanted clothes that are not at the end of their useful life and stuff them into giant metal bins at churches,... more

State Legislation For Southampton-Tuckahoe School Merger Passes Mar 19, 14 10:03 AM

A long-discussed merger between the Southampton and Tuckahoe school districts cleared a major hurdle last week when new legislation... more
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