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Bonackers Reward Loyal Fans

Saturday was more than just an outstanding day for football it was a day for the East Hampton community. Literally thousands of people turned out for Homecoming, and events included the inaugural class of the high school's Hall of Fame, a parade, a bonfire, and oh yeah, a football game....more>

Babylon And Baymen On A Collision

Babylon and Hampton Bays stamped themselves as the teams to beat in Suffolk's Division IV with overwhelming victories last week. Babylon crushed the combined North Fork team 38-0 Friday....more>

Hampton Bays Property Eyed For Housing

"There's no such thing as affordable housing on Long Island," said Rick Wertheim from United Way Long Island Youthbuild. "There's 'attainable' housing and that's what we need to look for....more>

Traffic And Taxes, Miller Lanes And Scav Plant

An ordinance they wouldn't enforce and a facility they may not fund. Members of the East Hampton Town Board broached two atypical notions last Thursday night, as discussion of two ongoing issues traffic problems on the Miller Lanes and the cost of the town scavenger waste facility continued....more>

Hansom Hills Project Gets Ugly

Once again what appeared to be a simple project has become political, as is often the case in East Hampton Town. And, it's gotten ugly. This time it pits the town, which just so happens is run by a Republican majority, against Suffolk County, which just so happens to be run by a Democratic County Executive, Steve Bellone....more>

Trailer Suit Dismissed

It was tossed on a technicality. Last week a four-judge panel of the Appellate Division overturned a prior decision and dismissed Southampton Town's lawsuit against Suffolk County involving the use and placement of trailers to house homeless sex offenders at two locations within the town....more>

Bays Debate Draws Crowd

Even kids, it seems, react to campaign attack ads. Representing the Class of 2013 at the congressional debate hosted by the Hampton Bays Civic Association Monday night at the high school, Jennifer Linares asked candidates, Democratic Congressman Tim Bishop and Republican challenger Randy Altschuler, why they're airing negative ads and distributing negative mailers targeting their opponents rather than focusing on their own achievements....more>

The Class Of 1962 Remembers East Hampton

The president was John F. Kennedy. The movies cost a quarter. Twenty five cents would also get you a hot lunch. When the East Hampton High School Class of 1962 reunites Saturday on the 50th anniversary of their graduation, it will be hard for those attending to believe so much time has gone by....more>
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