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St. Paddy's: It's A Season

With more than a half dozen parades and special events this month, it's no longer just St. Patrick's Day on the East End; it's St. Paddy's season. And the season kicks off this weekend, when the Westhampton St....more>

Local Hoopsters Go For Gold

There were four local high school basketball teams still alive and kicking as The Independent went to press this week. The Southampton Mariners boys' team was to have played Wheatley for the Long Island Class B championship yesterday....more>

The Little Bridge That Could

Last Thursday morning, Sagaponack Village Mayor Donald Louchheim met with the Southampton Town Board to discuss future restoration plans of the 90-year-old bridge located on Bridge Lane in the hamlet....more>

It's All About The Dress

By Kitty Merrill Movie trivia: in what 1986 John Hughes effort did Iona lovingly hand her prom dress down to her protégé Andie, a girl from the poor side of town? Hint: the dress was pretty, and it was pink....more>

New Councilmen Get To Work

By Emily Toy It's only been two months, and already Southampton Town Councilmen Brad Bender and Stan Glinka are "lovin' it." After taking office in January, the two newbies are beginning to settle into their respective roles at town hall, with a focus on providing a better Southampton for the people....more>

'Now We're All Equal'

He's got friends "this big." Last summer Captain Richie Nessel took Billy Joel out fishing. Gene Pelland, who captains and cares for Joel's boats, was also on hand for the excursion, as the trio began talking about catch limits....more>

Lawsuit: Halsey Hid Value Of Parcel

The Bridgehampton Fire Commissioners hid the real value of a small parcel of land on Main Street in Wainscott to discourage competitive bids, court papers to be filed this week allege....more>

Sources: Cantwell Was On Board With Poles

When a group of alarmed residents from McGuirk Street spoke passionately about their opposition to new wider and taller utility poles at a recent East Hampton Town Board meeting Supervisor Larry Cantwell shared their outrage....more>

Holy Moly, The Roads Are A Wreck

One Long Islander joked a pothole near his house is the size of the Grand Canyon. In fact, he said, "I think I saw tourists taking a donkey ride to the bottom....more>
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