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'No Data' Driving Truck Law

How many trucks and businesses will be displaced if East Hampton Town officials adopt a new "light truck" definition? It could be 50 or it could be thousands, Margaret Turner, executive director of the East Hampton Business Alliance, mused....more>

Some Want To Save Tide Runners

For many, Tide Runners in Hampton Bays is a gem. And for many the east side of the Shinnecock Canal is being threatened by the proposal to rehabilitate the Canoe Place Inn, an effort that has been under review for years....more>

Mucci Is Out In Springs; New Supe Named

In May the Springs School Board announced its intention of bringing acting Superintendent Dominic Mucci back for another year in the face of an article in The Independent that clearly indicated the school didn't follow state guidelines concerning his continued employment....more>

Sec 'Very, Very Impressed' With East Hampton

When Governor Cuomo nominated Cesar Perales to serve as the state's Secretary of State, he described him as one of the "most distinguished" New Yorkers....more>

FBI, Investigating Bishop, Came To Southampton

The Independent learned this week that an FBI agent grilled Southampton Trustees about Congressman Tim Bishop's role in the so-called "Plover-Gate" incident....more>
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