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October is National Bullying Prevention and Awareness month, instituted in 2006 to help curb an insidious practice that can be traced back hundreds of years.
Sampling performed by State University at Stony Brook researchers has confirmed blooms of cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, at Fort Pond in Montauk, Poxabogue Pond in Sagaponack, and Sayre Pond and Cooper’s Neck Pond in Southampton. Health...
Instead of going home after a long workday, over 100 Latino students attend a two-hour English as a second language program in Wainscott on Thursdays. However, unlike typical students, they range from 20 to 40 years old, and are thrilled to be there.
A motorcycle was found abandoned in the ocean surf just east of the East Hampton-Southampton town line on Sept. 25 at about 8 a.m. A passer-by pulled the 2013 Yamaha out of the water, but police said it was totaled by seawater damage. An officer was unable to contact the owner, who lives on Town Line Road, to ascertain whether the motorcycle had...
A Springs man was back in East Hampton Town Justice Court last week, this time charged with violating an order of protection issued earlier this year following an alleged sexual assault.
A three-mile portion of Montauk Highway, from Knoll Road in Shinnecock Hills east to Tuckahoe Lane in Southampton, will soon be repaved.
Peter Valentine Tishman, a member of a family that is synonymous with New York City real estate, died on Aug. 26 at Stony Brook University Hospital.

Jeannette H. Novack of Montauk died in her sleep at home on Sept. 14. Her family attributed her death to cardiopulmonary arrest.
Dr. Bonnie Jacobson of Springs and Manhattan, a noted psychologist who was the author of seven self-help books and appeared often on television, died in Manhattan on Saturday.
Barry Marvin Fleischman, who in his long business career owned and operated a number of real estate and insurance agencies, including the Sagg Harbour Agency, died on Aug. 28 at Stony Brook University Hospital.
Michael Malcé and Jolie Kelter, who had been collecting antiques individually for a long time, collected each other at a big antiques center on Second Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, when each had a booth there in 1971.
Long before Tropical Storm Irma smashed into the Dominican Republic, Meaghan Guzman, who was born and raised in Sag Harbor and now lives in East Hampton, had identified the dire need to help children and families living in remote parts of the island — the parts that most vacationers who flock to the Caribbean hotspot never see.
A celebration of the Long Pond Greenbelt on Saturday at the South Fork Natural History museum will feature free guided trail walks, games, craft making, and a variety of activities provided by local environmental and community organizations.