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Guldi Released Without Bail As Prosecutors Appeal Ruling That Threw Out Felony Conviction Jul 13, 17 7:56 AM

Former Suffolk County Legislator George Guldi is free for the first time in six years, released on his own recognizance late Wednesday... more

Havemeyer Says He Has Enough Signatures To Challenge Schneiderman For Democratic Line Jul 12, 17 1:05 PM

Southampton Town supervisor hopeful Frederick Havemeyer said this week that he has more than enough signatures to get on September’s... more

Jury Convicts Hampton Bays Property Manager Over Rental Law Violations Jul 12, 17 12:07 PM

A real estate agent from Hampton Bays, who also manages rental properties across Southampton Town, was convicted last month of... more

State Audit Exposes Holes in Southampton Village Fire Department Length Of Service Award Program Jul 12, 17 10:45 AM

Firefighters with the Southampton Village Fire Department who participate in the Length of Service Award Program—or LOSAP—did... more

Southampton Town Board Repeals PDD Law On Tuesday Jul 12, 17 10:18 AM

The Southampton Town Board repealed a controversial zoning law, allowing a special level of zoning called planned development districts,... more

Second Assisted Living Facility Considers A Development In Southampton Town Jul 12, 17 10:12 AM

A second assisted living facility has expressed interest in expanding to Southampton Town amid a push by the Town Board to permit... more

Discovery Land Says Additional Preservation Would Tip Nitrogen Scale In Its Favor; Gobler Still Reviewing Report Jul 11, 17 5:43 PM

Discovery Land Company’s announcement that it intends to buy and preserve an additional 33 acres of woodlands in East Quogue,... more

County Executive, Local Lawmakers Showcase Bike Sharing Initiative Monday In Southampton Jul 11, 17 5:23 PM

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone led a pack of helmet-strapped local officials and business owners—including Southampton... more

Southampton Town Announces Multiple Capital Projects, To Be Funded With Surplus Funds Jul 11, 17 3:44 PM

Several capital projects were recently put on a fast track by Southampton Town officials, including a study of a plan to add a... more

Health Care Concerns Are Common Theme During Zeldin's Latest Office Hours In Southampton Jul 11, 17 1:38 PM

The process was well-rehearsed, cheerful and efficient. The estimated 50 constituents attending U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin’s... more

Towns, Advocates Hope To Help In The Shift To Energy Efficiency Jul 11, 17 1:26 PM

It was fitting that as energy experts from across the state gathered in Wainscott just before the start of the July 4 holiday weekend... more

East Hampton Seeks Legislative Support For Control Of Airport Jul 11, 17 1:11 PM

The East Hampton Town Board has asked Congress to give its officials the power to impose restrictions on flights at the East Hampton... more

Cromer's Market In Noyac Seeks Zone Change For Additional Parking Jul 10, 17 12:12 PM

The owner of Cromer’s Market in Noyac wants to alter the zoning of a small lot that sits just to the rear of his business,... more

Court Rejects Most Arguments Raised By Canoe Place Inn PDD Opponents; Neighbors To Appeal Decision Jul 5, 17 1:11 PM

A State Supreme Court justice has shot down most of a lawsuit filed by Hampton Bays residents challenging the Southampton Town... more

Thanks To County Funds, Two Officers Hired For Southampton Town Police Department Jul 5, 17 11:51 AM

Two new Southampton Town Police officers have been hired—instead of just one, as originally budgeted for by the town—after... more
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