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Schneiderman Presents ‘Balanced’ Southampton Town Budget Despite ‘Challenging Times’

Flashing Light Pilot Program in Southampton May Be on the Horizon

ARB Hears Plans for New Restaurant in Former Red Bar

Frances Kijowski, Believed To Be East Quogue’s Oldest Lifelong Resident, Celebrates 95th Birthday

East Hampton Looks To Ease Limits on Accessory Apartments in Hopes of Finding Right Incentives

Springs School District Looking To Move Forward With New Website

East Hampton Budget Would Hike Spending by $4.8 Million, 5.6 Percent, But Stay Within Tax Cap

Springs Residents Call for Help From Fire District

Sag Harbor Village Secures Long-Term Lease to Gas Ball Parking Lot

A Minor Piece of Sag Harbor’s History Is Restored

LIPA Urged To Reroute Proposed Cable Around Long Pond Greenbelt

Express Sessions Event Explores Steinbeck in Sag Harbor

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A Fresh Start

One of the greatest pleasures of living on the East End is access to the abundance of fresh produce and locally sourced food available to...

Make Them Pay

As demonstrated by the successful efforts to reverse the decline of Shinnecock Bay, shellfish are key to maintaining and improving water quality of the East...

Save It First

Couples experience it all the time: You agree on the big picture but can’t stop arguing about the details. It can take a wonderful thing...

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This needs to be said: It is the heart of East Quogue. The most important reason to keep Spinney Hills just as it is meant to be: sacred, enjoyed and protected. Our town is severed; the sided majorities are newer residents versus older residents. The newer residents, labeling themselves “young families,” frequently speak of this development proposal creating community and togetherness. I’m sorry, but by East Quogue standards, you don’t know the meaning of the word. I am not trying...

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In June of this year, the Southampton Town Highway Department offered its assistance to the police department in staffing the “cone program” at the corner of Canoe Place Road and County Road 80 (Montauk Highway). Traffic control officers with cones, at the direction of the police department, originally staffed the program. Traffic improved with the program, but because of inconsistency in staffing, the program was not guaranteed every day, causing daily commuters to be unable to plan their morning commutes....

Storm Surge: Hurricanes Score Early and Often in Rout of Islip

Right before the remnants of one hurricane were set to arrive in the area over ....

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Eric Armijos’s Goal, Three Assists Propel East Hampton Boys Soccer Team to 4-0 Shutout of Sayville

Opposing soccer teams should hold their breath every time East Hampton’s Eric Armijos gets his ...

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Near Gale Force Winds Strike Whitebread XXIX Regatta

Last Saturday’s Whitebread Around The Whirl Regatta was one for the record books. Winds were ...

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Revisiting the Little Known Shakespeare Riots Through Opera

The Beauty of Trees Takes Center Stage in Exhibition at SAC

From childhood, everyone can remember a favorite tree in their backyard, neighborhood or local park…

Judy Carmichael’s New Book Revisits 22 Years of ‘Jazz Inspired’

Back in 2000, acclaimed jazz pianist Judy Carmichael began producing “Jazz Inspired,” a weekly…

Wondering What to See at This Year’s HIFF? Here’s Some Suggestions

The 30th edition of the Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) kicks off this weekend, and in…