Suffolk County Legislators To Consider Continued Use Of Methoprene - 27 East

Suffolk County Legislators To Consider Continued Use Of Methoprene

icon 1 Photo

author on Nov 13, 2018
As Suffolk County legislators prepare to vote on the 2019 Vector Control plan, which includes mosquito control, the use of one chemical compound that restricts the growth of mosquitoes in... more

You May Also Like:

Southampton, East Hampton Towns Ready for Dropping Temperatures; Warming Centers Open

As temperatures dip into the single digits tonight and tomorrow, warming centers will be available for the public. The John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor will be open today until 6 p.m., and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Montauk Library will be open until 8 p.m. tonight, and tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. In anticipation of the weather, the Southampton Town Police Department reached out to the known unhoused population and distributed some jackets to them, according to Ryan Murphy, town code compliance and emergency management administrator. “On the emergency management side, we ... 3 Feb 2023 by Staff Writer

HCBL Drops the Riverhead Tomcats, Signs First-Ever Division I Female Ballplayer Olivia Pichardo of Queens, Brown University

The 2022 summer was the last for the Riverhead Tomcats. After 13 mostly successful summers, ... by Drew Budd

Local Groundhogs Make Different Predictions About Winter’s End

With practically no snowfall in January, it has felt like winter never really arrived. Whether ... by Cailin Riley

Erica Dawn Beal, Formerly of Sag Harbor, Dies January 18

Erica Dawn Beal of Oak Island, North Carolina and formerly of Sag Harbor, died peacefully ... 2 Feb 2023 by Staff Writer

27Speaks: Ospreys’ Rebound Is an Environmental Conservation Success Story

Ospreys, the large, fish-eating birds of prey once listed as endangered in New York State, ... by 27Speaks

Southampton Police Reports for the Week of February 2

SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE — On January 24, a local businessman alerted Southampton Village Police to an array of acts of identity theft in his business’s name over the last six months. A bank account was opened fraudulently, he got a 1099 from the IRS for a business he never interacted with and a notice of account suspension for nonpayment of a Verizon account he never opened. SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE — A part-time David Whites Lane resident believes someone may have listed his home for rent on Airbnb without his consent or desire. Calling from Florida on January 24, he asked the Southampton ... by Staff Writer

Southampton DWI Arrests for the Week of February 2

Samantha Tarantola, 30, of Mastic was arrested on County Road 39 and charged with DWI, a misdemeanor, on January 27 at approximately 9:01 p.m. According to Southampton Village Police she was stopped for multiple vehicle and traffic violations and upon further investigation was deemed intoxicated and arrested. Robert Evjen, 25, of Sag Harbor was arrested and charged with misdemeanor DWI on January 28. Southampton Town Police pulled him over for failing to stop at a stop sign at the intersection of Narrow Lane East and Sagg Road in the Village of Sagaponack. After further investigation and interview, police determined he’d ... by Staff Writer

Norman ‘Bud’ Gundersen of Southampton Dies January 11

Norman “Bud” Gundersen of Southampton, NY died on January 11, 2023 after a brief battle ... 1 Feb 2023 by Staff Writer

Teaching Assistant Celebrates 96th Birthday With Hampton Bays Students and Staff

When Sarah Cunliffe retired nearly two decades ago as director of religion at St. Rosalie ... by Desirée Keegan

Kathy Masterson Named Section XI Athletic Director of the Year

Athletic directors can have a profound impact on the lives of students. They can be ... by Desirée Keegan