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Here She Is: Miss Latina Hamptons 2006!

The scene at Southampton High School Saturday night was something straight from the pages of a Hollywood premiere or a high-end photo shoot. Limousines lined sleepy hamlet streets and pulsating music propelled visitors down the long, blue carpet toward the bright lights, big city feel of the event unfolding inside....more>

Accident Closes CR48

A car accident just west of Henry's Lane in Peconic stopped traffic in both directions for over two hours yesterday and left one Southold town employee seriously injured....more>

Art Classes in Riverhead

The Long Island Academy of Fine Art in downtown Riverhead is beginning its winter quarter of classes in drawing and oil painting. Call (516) 924-3294 or visit www....more>

As Homeless Numbers Rise A New Day at Maureen's Haven

They live in the woods and beneath train trestles. Young and old, men and women. They are the homeless of the Hamptons — and their numbers are increasing....more>

Coat Drive

The Mattituck-Cutchogue Cub Scout Pack 29 will be sponsoring a coat drive throughout the month of November. They are collecting clean, gently used men's, women's, and children's winter coats and jackets, hats, scarves and gloves for distribution to local charities....more>

DEC Responds To Spill

A home heating oil spill in Springs Friday morning brought out Department of Environmental Conservation officials, environmental experts and insurers....more>

Girl Scout Land Up For Grabs

The end of an era might signal the dawn of a new day in Southampton Town. As The Independent went to press, the Southampton Town Board was expected to hold a public hearing yesterday to consider the acquisition of lands owned by the Nassau Council of Girl Scouts in Hampton Bays....more>

Healthy Living

The Iris Its beauty and intricate patterns have been the basis of art and poetry. Countless ballads and sonnets have praised it. It bestows individuality and character to the face that frames it....more>

Hospice Offers Holiday Help

The holidays are stressful for most people. For those who have lost a loved one, that emotional pain can ratchet up exponentially. Tomorrow, East End Hospice's bereavement group will offer its annual seminar, "Coping Through The Holidays....more>

Levy Wants To Know: Who's The Pork Pig?

The legislature retained his tax cut, but Steve Levy still isn't happy. This week the county executive, who proudly embraces the moniker "Miser of Holbrook," railed against the legislature's amendments to his proposed 2007 operating budget....more>

Parks Official Accused of Double Dipping

Sources say he went so far as to have a town employee drop him off at his second job. This week Rob DiFusco, East Hampton Town's assistant superintendent of parks, is on paid administrative leave, pending the outcome of an investigation into allegations of double dipping....more>

Supe Says No To Signage

Anyone out for a leisurely drive through Southold is sure to notice the preponderance of temporary lawn signs sprouting up like weeds on private property....more>

Tim Bishop On: Tim Bishop On: What Might The New Majority Mean

An Internet joke shows a picture of a child in his grandmother's lap reading. The tot asks, "Granny, do all fairy tales begin with 'Once Upon a Time?'" She replies, "No, dear....more>

Underground Drinking Water At Risk

Protecting natural resources is a priority for groundwater expert Sarah Meyland. She believes that it's essential to take heed today to preserve Long Island's underground drinking water for posterity....more>

School Days

Montauk School Mr. Brunn, the sixth grade science teacher, has been using his subject, science, to help teach another of his subjects, Language Arts. Appositives with a scientific orientation are on his students' minds....more>
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