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Sunday was the last in a string of hot, rainless days. I took my grandson over to the North Fork to look at the Penny family grave site on Factory Avenue in Mattituck. On the way I visited Calverton because Fred Havemeyer, who is running for supervisor in Southampton Town, told me about a large solar farm on Edwards Avenue in Riverhead, not far...
New developers purchased the dilapidated house at 6 Union Street for more than a million dollars than what it was purchased for at auction a year ago.
The Southampton Town Democratic Committee has challenged almost all the signatures on Fred Havemeyer’s petition to force a primary in September against Supervisor Jay Schneiderman — 95 percent of them.
A three-vehicle pileup on Montauk Highway in Wainscott Tuesday afternoon that involved a school bus sent two people to the hospital. The bus had no children in it at the time.
Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming, a former member of the Southampton Town Board, announced on Friday her intention to seek re-election to the Legislature for a second two-year term.
Firefighters are battling a house fire in the estate section of Southampton Village Friday afternoon.
Cycling routes of 25 and 60 miles, as well as a 5K walk in Sag Harbor, will raise money for the Wounded Warrior organization. Day-of registration will be welcomed.
Community chips in to give foster children memorable week with their siblings.
The new owner of the former Oceanside Motel in Montauk, now called Hero Beach Club, has sued East Hampton Town over its adoption last month of a law that prohibits resorts from having takeout food shops.
East Hampton’s new port security vessel, a 42-foot boat that will be stationed in Montauk to fight fires and assist the Coast Guard with its duties under the Department of Homeland Security, will be christened in a ceremony on Wednesday.
The driver of a pickup truck that crashed in Northwest Woods Sunday morning was seriously injured, according to East Hampton Town police.
East Hampton officials are set to enact a law and establish a rebate program designed to get septic systems that contribute to water pollution out of the ground and replace them with newer ones that reduce emissions of nitrogen.
The facility, which would store power drawn from the grid when demand is low and release it back at peak hours, is planned for a half-acre site on North Shore Road, which connects Industrial Road and Navy Road in Montauk.