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Long Island Regional License Plate, Featuring Montauk Lighthouse, Wins International Contest

Local Photographer Presents Immersive Look at Climate Change

Canine Companions Welcomes New Board Member From Westhampton Beach

A Special Rescue for East Quogue Fire Department: A Dog Caught in the Floorboards of House

East Hampton Town Board Sets Public Hearing on Land Swap for Roundabout Construction

After Southern Pine Beetle Devastation, Beech Trees in East Hampton Now Under Threat

East Hampton Town Board Approves $25,000 Grant for Eastville Historical Society

East Hampton Village Casts a Wary Eye on The Hedges Inn

North Haven Will Seek To Screen Neighbors From Pickleball Noise

Class Rank and Staffing Challenges Discussed at Latest Sag Harbor Board of Education Meeting

Congeniality Turns Into Distrust in Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor Homeowner Gets Approval for 'Living Shoreline'

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This is an editorial, but the Editorial Board has given me the chance to write a personal message, one that we all endorse but filtered...

Gold Stars and Dunce Caps

DUNCE CAP: To various international media organizations — principally the Daily Mail in the United Kingdom and the New York Post — for the wretched...

Democracy Day

The deep divide in this country, politically, has at least one positive side: By demonizing the other side as potentially dangerous for the future of...

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I read with regret the Letter to the Editor that appeared in the July 11 edition of The Southampton Press, titled “Suspicious Resolution,” from David Rung. Here are the facts: I was contacted by village counsel while on vacation, requesting me to testify in an Employee Relations Board matter dating back to my tenure as village administrator. I am retired, a private citizen (no longer a public official), and as such the subject of my compensation came up. The current...

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In response to the letter “Not for Sale” [Letters, July 4]: Gayle Lombardi says that she was disappointed to see that buildings 2½ stories plus were being proposed by the updated pattern book for downtown Hampton Bays. She says it is very reminiscent of the annulled downtown overlay district. Well, yes. That’s the point. This is the town saving parts of the DOD that were good ideas, instead of throwing away years of hard work and planning by Town Board...

Hamptons Youth Triathlon Is Major Success After i-tri Sees 20 Percent Increase in Participation This Year

Inaugural Team Boomer Pickleball Tournament at SYS Raises Over $7,000

With over $7,000 raised to go toward the fight against cystic fibrosis, the inaugural Team ....

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Surfers Enjoy 26th Annual Rell Sunn Surf Contest and Benefit

The 26th annual Rell Sunn Surf Contest and Benefit, originally scheduled for Saturday but postponed ...

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Pratt's Three-Run Homer Completes Comeback, Walks It Off for HCBL's Blue All-Stars

The Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League’s All-Star Games have been nothing short of dramatic in recent ...

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'War Game' Is a Political Thriller That Offers a Stark Look at the 2024 Election

Catching Up With Paul Reiser Before His July 21 Performance in Westhampton Beach

Comedian and multihyphenate Paul Reiser returns to the East End this weekend for his first love,…

The Westhampton Beach Project Returns for a Weekend of Dance, Music and Fine Art

Each summer, The Westhampton Beach Project presents two evenings of entertainment on the Great Lawn…

Billy Bragg Brings Spirit of Activism to The Suffolk

Music has long been used as a medium to discuss social and political issues, especially in the…