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Community Concerns Aired at BESS Hearing as Moratorium Is Extended by Southampton Town Board

Career Pivot Leads Javier Sanchez to Giorgio’s Barber Shop

Fundraiser for Westhampton Beach St. Patrick’s Day Parade Changes Location

McNamara Proposes Resolution To Extend Stop-Work Order Powers to Code Enforcement and Fire Marshal Offices

Judge Clears Duryea’s of Contempt But Issues Warning for Future

East Hampton Unveils 2,000-Page Analysis of Airport Traffic Patterns, Sees Potential Impact at Montauk Airport in Particular

Accusations of ‘Lies’ and ‘Coup’ Attempts at East Hampton Ambulance Hearing

Montauk Playhouse Swimming Pool Construction To Start in April; Foundation Raised $8.25 Million in Donations

Shelter Island Physician’s Assistant Will Embark on Aid Trip to Ukraine

Pierson Senior Hopes To Fly Fighter Jets for the U.S. Navy

Frankenbach Named Sag Harbor’s Officer of the Year

Southampton Town Receives State Grant To Battle Invasive Species in Long Pond Greenbelt

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A True Innovation

Is it possible to turn back the clock, to a time before technology forever changed the world we live in? It turns out that it...

Get in the Game

At last week’s Express Sessions conversation in Sag Harbor, “Taking the Pulse of the Hamptons Real Estate Market,” real estate broker Enzo Morabito said he...

Small Price To Pay

This November, voters in Suffolk County will have the opportunity to vote on perhaps the most consequential referendum ever put on the ballot here. The...

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Last week, I drove into the Village of Southampton to get myself a book and to get some mushroom soup. I parked very close to the bookstore and was about to enter when I noticed that there were no books on the shelves. There was no bookstore. And then I remembered that a Barnes & Noble had opened recently in Bridgehampton [“Barnes & Noble Opening in Bridgehampton Commons,” 27east.com, November 28, 2023]. A small bookstore just can’t compete with a...

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Ralph Fasano published gross disrespect for a great lady, Frances Genovese [“Deserve Respect,” Letters, February 1]. She is a woman dedicated to the town and village of Southampton. Her facts are always accurate, as she spends hours delving into research, and she presents her findings to the public and Town Council, which obviously upsets Mr. Fasano. Mr. Fasano’s project is obviously not right for our community, by the many voices of homeowners and voters, so he takes a mean-spirited shot...

Community Connection: Southampton Girls’ Senior Night Raises Money for Cancer Research in Honor of Young, Local Fighter

Hurricanes Hayes, Strebel Place Second in Their Respective Races To Qualify for State Championships

Competitive runners get to a certain level where winning and losing becomes less about their ....

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It Was a Record-Setting Season for Bonac Girls Indoor Track

The East Hampton/Pierson/Bridgehampton girls indoor track season came to a close at the Section XI ...

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Pierson/Bridgehampton Girls Honor Their Seniors in Regular-Season Finale; Will Face Babylon in Playoff Opener Next Week

The Pierson/Bridgehampton girls basketball team finished the regular season with a 37-35 victory at home ...

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Billy Joel’s Life and Long Island Roots Showcased in New Exhibit

Fairfield Porter’s City Views Featured in ‘Across the Avenues’ at Parrish Art Museum

Artist Fairfield Porter is known for his contributions to the Abstract Expressionist movement in New…

The Azar Lawrence Experience: Moving the People

When Azar Lawrence teaches his music classes at UCLA, he has a lot to offer his students who have…

Review: Larry Duberstein’s Short Fiction Collection ‘Eccentric Circles’

Signs that novelist Larry Duberstein’s engaging, diverse collection of short fiction “Eccentric…