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It's Do Or Die Time For Local Teams

By Rick Murphy You have to be in it to win it. The goal of every sports team is to compete for a championship, and to do that you must first qualify for the playoffs....more>

New Media Center In Southampton?

Southampton Education and Government Access Television (SEA-TV) may be getting a new partner. Alan McFarland, an investment banker and resident of Tuckahoe Lane, along with Francesco Rulli, an Italian businessman and philanthropist, met with the Southampton Town Board last Thursday morning to discuss the possibility of housing a new multimedia center on the third floor of the village hall on Main Street....more>

Slurpees By Summer? 7-Eleven's Coming

The owners may be saying "Oh, thank heaven," but residents of the hamlet nicknamed "I'm Against It" may not be too thrilled by the idea. Last week East Hampton Town Chief Building Inspector Tom Preiato issued a building permit enabling the conversion of the old Villa Prince restaurant into a 7-Eleven....more>

Town Eyes Landmark Status For Neptune's

By Emily Toy Last month the Southampton Town Board approved purchasing Neptune's, a beachfront nightclub on Dune Road in Hampton Bays, for $3.2 million....more>

Patch Cutbacks Will Curtail Its Local News Reporting

By Rick Murphy Just two weeks after the new majority owner of Patch vowed to keep all remaining employees on staff, the hammer fell. Wednesday hundreds were let go by Hale Global, including Taylor Vecsey, the popular editor of the East Hampton Patch....more>

TRO, Low Participation TKO Cull

By Kitty Merrill It's over . . . at least on the South Fork and at least for this season. On the heels of a State Supreme Court judge granting a Temporary Restraining Order preventing East Hampton Town and Village from participating in a proposed deer culling program, officials in both municipalities last Friday decided to step away from the program for this year....more>
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