Road Rage Revealed

Sag Harbor resident Richard Sawyer was headed with his girlfriend for a Sunday morning breakfast at Estia's Little Kitchen recently when a pleasant outing turned ugly....more>

Coach Petrie's 'Love Of The Game'

The Frank McGuire Foundation will honor Coach Ed Petrie of East Hampton at the New York City Athletic Club on November 1. Petrie, who has coached high school basketball at Pierson High School in Sag Harbor and East Hampton for 47 years and is still going strong, remembers the legendary Frank McGuire well....more>

Inflamed About Beach Fires

A public hearing on regulating beach bonfires sparked comment from two oceanfront, Amagansett residents in East Hampton Town Hall last Friday. Bernie Kiembock even brought visual aids....more>

At Odds With Town Initiatives

In an administration marked by unanimity of votes, last Friday was an anomaly. Twice East Hampton Town Board members expressed dissent as long discussed issues were brought to the dais....more>

Race For Town Clerk Heats Up

As Election Day draws near, the gloves come off. Such is the case in the race for Southampton Town Clerk as a sea of advertisements and rapidly sprouting election signs on the side of the roads reflect an increasingly heated battle for the seat....more>

50th High School Reunion Class Celebrates

East Hampton High School's Class of 1956 is planning to celebrate its 50th reunion this month. A dinner is planned for October 28 at the South Fork Country Club in Amagansett....more>

For Bird (and Breast) Lovers

Breast cancer survivors and those who love them will flock to the Sara Nightingale Gallery in Water Mill on Saturday night, for a first look at unusual auction items....more>

Holiday Food & Gift Basket

The Human Resources of the Hamptons annual Holiday Food and Gift Basket Project, which provides gifts for more than 2500 children and a turkey and trimmings for more than 400 families is underway....more>

Indian Nation Receives Grant

The Shinnecock Shellfish Hatcheries and Environmental Center, an environmental and economic development program run by the Shinnecock Indian Nation, recently received a grant of $35,000 from the Long Island Community Foundation and the Henry Phillip Kraft Family Memorial Fund for its shellfish cultivation efforts....more>

Man Found Dead in Woods

The Suffolk County Police Department homicide squad is investigating the death of a man found in a wooded area on Union Avenue in Riverhead. The victim has been identified as Jamie Figueroa, 35, of 75 Sylvan Avenue, in Flanders....more>

Miles to Dayton: A Family Affair

By Carey London The ensemble sound of Miles to Dayton is unique in more ways than one. To start, it consists of two sets of siblings. Add the interchange between and blending of at least seven instruments and M2D becomes a band whose sound is at once familiar and rare....more>

School Days

Child Development Center of the Hamptons The CDCH Charter School will host a "Reading Rainforest" Scholastic Book Fair on Thursday and Friday, from 9 a....more>

Digital Mammography Coming to County Center . . . But When?

Experts agree that digital mammography offers more accurate results than traditional mammograms. By next summer Suffolk County residents may have access to the new technology at the clinic in the Riverhead County Center....more>

Deer Management Plan Proposed

Oh, deer! Depending on an individual's outlook, they're either pesky intruders with a penchant for garden fare or Bambi personified. But no matter how they're perceived, one thing is clear: East End residents have been under siege by an ever-increasing deer population that's running rampant across area roads and sparking a safety hazard to residents....more>

Local Teens Crying Out For Help

Contrary to popular belief, teenagers do want to spend time with their parents. And parents who don't spend quality time each week doing fun things with their children could be putting them at risk....more>

Reassessment Wrongs Righted

Many Sag Harbor residents were relieved to learn last week that the assessed value of their homes had been significantly lowered, the result of a determined effort by one of their own....more>

Traffic Alleviated, Bus Still Needed

Parents from Southampton's Our Lady of the Hamptons School who say their children are subjected to overcrowded bussing conditions and intolerable morning delays are still sounding the battle cry for another bus....more>

Healthy Living

One of the more common conditions requiring eyeglasses is astigmatism. First, a quick grammar lesson: It's not one of many "stigmatisms" (Patients come in saying, "Yeah, I was told I have one of those"!), it's just astigmatism! Sorry, I just find it somewhat amusing....more>

Postcards from China

Greenport Mayor David Kapell is back home after his recent trip to China, and the souvenirs he's brought home for residents are wrapped in the shape of new ideas for the future of the village....more>
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