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The Buck Stopped There

They don't want the town board to pass the buck; they want the bucks, and the does, to pass . . . away. The bulk of speakers who filled East Hampton Town Hall last Thursday night for a three-hour public hearing on a proposed deer management plan favored culling deer to cut the burgeoning population of hoofed inhabitants....more>

East Hampton, Worker Reach Accord

East Hampton Town has opted to reinstate an employee who faced termination rather that participate in what could have been a very contentious public airing of the charges against her....more>

Pearce Sworn In As Top Cop

A crowd of about 100, including dozens of uniformed police from the East End and beyond, gathered at Southampton Town Hall last Thursday afternoon for the swearing in of the town's newest police chief: Robert Pearce....more>

So Long Scanners, Hello Map App

It's called Intelligence Led Policing, and despite joshing from colleagues in East Hampton Town Police Headquarters last week, Detective Sergeant Robert Gurney says that's not an oxymoron....more>

Mobile Home Owners Air Grievances

The cesspools have been overflowing. There are potholes all over, so severe that one resident allegedly broke two bones after falling in one. The community pool has been closed for years....more>

$250K For 106th

It's a quarter of a million dollars, and it's a win/win for the base and the community. Last week Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced that Suffolk County successfully secured a grant to enhance communication systems at the 106th Rescue Wing Air National Guard base located at Gabreski Airport in Westhampton....more>

The Full 'Gansett: Twelve Months Of Mens

The life of a reporter is one of self-sacrifice, penury, obligation, and the grinding torpor of town board meetings . . . and then you get invited to watch the making of a male pinup calendar....more>
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