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High School Football: Hampton Bays Pulls Shocking Upset

Most of the local teams compete in Suffolk's Division IV, and every team is looking up at Glenn, a legitimate powerhouse that has won two consecutive Long Island Championships in its division....more>
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Bank Robber On Tape

Southampton Town Police are on the hunt for the suspect in the robbery of the TD Bank in Hampton Bays. Surveillance photos show the suspect gave a teller a note saying he had a weapon, then fled on foot with cash, south on East Tiana Road on Monday afternoon....more>

Town Board Considers CPF, Beach Erosion

Gearing up for its meeting later this afternoon at 1 PM, the Southampton Town Board has several topics slated for consideration from the agenda drafted on Friday afternoon....more>
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Support In "Paradise"

Hundreds of well-wishers chomped hot dogs, slurped fresh clams and quaffed soda on the grounds of East Hampton High School Saturday evening at a barbecue fundraiser for Doris Quigley, the town lifeguard and EHHS student who broke her neck last month....more>

They're Not "Thru" Yet

It's either a nightmare or no big deal, depending on the point of view. Speakers of divergent opinion addressed the East Hampton Town Board last Thursday night on the concept of closing the Miller Lane neighborhood to through traffic....more>

TCOs: On The Mean Streets

Who are they? Why do these kids spend their summer directing traffic in one of the busiest places on Long Island? After talking to a few of them, one learns why these young people, some still in high school, are out directing traffic in East Hampton during their summer....more>

HarborFest Hits Sag

Although Labor Day has come and gone, Sag Harbor will be bustling this weekend as residents of the village celebrate the annual HarborFest on Long Wharf....more>

Refute Sole User Assertion

Robert K. Otto is not the only carter that uses the town scavenger waste facility, company co-owner Lucille Garypie informed. Last Thursday night, the East Hampton Town Board hosted a public hearing on the notion of closing the plant temporarily....more>

Parrish Closes Doors 'Til November

Southampton's Jobs Lane will be without one of its oldest inhabitants this fall. The Parrish Art Museum closed its doors to the public on September 4, as the staff began preparations for the museum's move to its new facility: a 34,400-square-foot Herzog & de Meuron-designed building on Montauk Highway in Water Mill slated to open on November 10....more>

Missing Man's Last Known Steps?

Investigators don't have any substantial leads as to the whereabouts of George Richardson, last seen in Montauk on August 28. Richardson family members have not talked to the press, but sources said they have been completely cooperative with investigators....more>
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The Mystery Of The Vanished Vacationer

Religious. A Scoutmaster. A family man. George Richardson is by all accounts an intelligent, dependable man with a high profile job, a loving wife, and friends and co-workers who sing his praises....more>
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