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Crackdown On Code Enforcement

Code enforcement: It is the single most critical issue facing East End supervisors and residents today. Reports of noise, overcrowded and illegal summer shares and housing, and other contentious quality of life issues abound....more>

Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat Month

To celebrate Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat Month, the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons (ARF) announced it will be waiving the adoption fees for every cat and kitten adopted during the month of June....more>

Bishop Hospitalized

Congressman Tim Bishop took a sick day recently. The congressman was a patient in the emergency room of George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D....more>

Bust Suspected Bays Burglar

Cops say he took an interesting mix of items 300 pairs of pants, an outboard motor and a washer/dryer among them — in the commission of three thefts....more>

Camp Hero Tower Prompts A Question

A Montauk resident expressed concerns to the East Hampton Town Board recently, worrying that the 90-foot-tower (above) is being used to monitor personal cell phone conversations....more>

Celebrating The Piano

It's a music program that nurtures the hands and minds of young performers. Pianofest in the Hamptons, directed by Paul Schenly, is a summer festival that offers concentrated music study to a small group of pianists who are selected by audition....more>

Clam Chowder Lunch

The East Hampton United Methodist Church is sponsoring a clam chowder lunch and baked goods and food sale this Saturday, starting at 11 a.m. Soup, sandwich, beverage, and dessert are $12, and a variety of baked goods, flowers, and plants will be offered at the sale, to be held at the church, 35 Pantigo Road....more>

East Hampton Village Vote On Tap

Residents of East Hampton Village are once again subscribing to the "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" philosophy. For the last decade at least, contested races for seats on the village board have been in scant supply....more>

Flanders Pedestrian Struck by Chevy

Last Sunday, Southampton Town Police received a report that a male pedestrian had been hit while crossing Flanders Road. Police found the man lying unconscious in the roadway....more>

Girl Scouts Fighting Fat

Knowing that teaching children at an early age how to eat right and exercise can make a difference, the Girl Scouts of Suffolk County have kicked off a new initiative that aims to fight obesity....more>

Host A Fresh Air Child This Summer

The Fresh Air Fund provides an opportunity for as many as 5,000 New York City children from low-income neighborhoods to spend two weeks in and around the Hamptons at the homes of volunteer host families....more>

In Westhampton Beach Mayoral Candidates Face Off

There may have been no public debate in this year's Westhampton Beach Village election, but days before the voters hit the polls, the two mayoral candidates had a say about the race thus far....more>

Jerry's Ink

THAT DISGUSTING "HOLE IN THE THROAT" COMMERCIAL The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is making me nuts. How much do you hate their disgusting "hole in the throat" anti-smoking commercial? If you look at any television at all, you've seen it because it is all over the place....more>

Legislation to Provide Funds for the Peconic Bay and South Shore Estuaries

New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. (R. Sag Harbor) has introduced legislation in the New York State Assembly that would re-appropriate $2 million in unexpended funds from State Bond Acts from 1965 and 1972 to the Peconic Bay Estuary and South Shore Estuary....more>

Levy Lauds Reform Amendment

Across the nation communities are crying out for immigration reform. Down in Washington in the coming months, lawmakers are likely to be making noise themselves, as Senate and House versions of immigration reform bills are debated in conference committee....more>

Locals To County: Bring It On

The annual battle for bucks began in Hauppauge last week. In the East End corner, Legislators Jay Schneiderman and Ed Romaine. In the west end corner, pretty much everybody else on the legislature....more>

Much Ado About Housing

East Hampton Town Supervisor Bill McGintee was exasperated. "I'm getting sick and tired of people using the term racism," he said. "Everybody likes to throw these terms around to advance a particular cause they want to advance....more>

No Justice Court For Village

Sag Harbor residents who have been rallying for their own village justice court had their hopes dashed recently. Last Thursday, Suffolk County Supreme Court Judge Paul J....more>

Propose Inmate And Worker Protection

The community reeled at the accusations leveled against a Sag Harbor physician's assistant earlier this year. A half dozen female inmates at the Suffolk County Jail in Riverhead alleged Gary Feinberg engaged in sexual misconduct during medical examinations in the facility....more>

School Days

Tuckahoe The Tuckahoe Spring Concert for grades 5-8 took place on June 3. The fifth grade band, directed by Mrs. Deborah Goodale, opened the show followed by the 36-member Jazz Band....more>

Southampton Accident

Last Tuesday, Southampton Town Police rushed to the scene of an accident on County Road 39 near St. Andrews Rd. in Southampton. There, a 1995 BMW operated by a Southampton women headed east sideswiped a guardrail....more>

Town To Audit Cablevision

Southampton Town Comptroller Charlene Kagel was before the town board at last Friday's work session to propose a firm be hired to audit the town's franchise agreement with Cablevision....more>
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