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News

Hurricanes, Wave, Mercy Still Alive

It's that time of the season you lose, you go home. For three local teams, the joyride continues. Last weekend's best game may well have been the epic battle between Mercy and Hampton Bays Saturday....more>

Sandy Accelerates Beach Renourishment Project

"The dune will take care of itself, if you take care of the beach." That's what Aram Terchunian, an environmental consultant from First Coastal corporation, said to Southampton Town officials during a discussion on the revised Bridgehampton and Sagaponack Beach Erosion Control District project last Thursday....more>

Eye New Gas Station Regs

The lines are vastly diminished, and worry about supply appears to have eased. That seemed to be the case just as County Executive Steve Bellone, echoing the actions of officials in Nassau County and New York City, imposed odd/even day gasoline rationing last Friday....more>

Wrapping Up 2013 Budget

Tomorrow night, the East Hampton Town Board is slated to adopt its 2013 operating budget. Overall, the document gleaned a good review from state officials....more>

Locals See Devastation Up Close

Local firefighters and other volunteers took a convoy of supplies to the ravished Rockaways Saturday and left stunned at the carnage wrought by Hurricane Sandy....more>

More Turmoil For Southampton Town Police

By Rick Murphy Though Southampton Town officials are publicly adamant that the resignation of Police Chief Bill Wilson and the return of Lieutenant James Kiernan to active duty are unrelated, there is rampant speculation the two are very much tied together....more>
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