Daily Grind

A grassroots group started by Pierson students is raising money to help other local charities and may soon become an official nonprofit in its own right.
Residents and visitors turned out to remember the fallen this Memorial Day at parades and observances on a rainy and overcast day on the South Fork.
The Sag Harbor School District is considering tapping its reserves for repairs related to its ongoing construction work and will hold the necessary public hearing to invite comment on the matter at a special meeting on Tuesday.
Getting to the true meaning of Memorial Day weekend, there will be several observances on the South Fork during which residents can pay their respects to the fallen.
As the summer begins, the Coast Guard is calling on boaters to practice safe habits on the water to further reduce boat-related deaths, which officials said were down in 2015 compared to the previous year.
Southampton Town announced this week that it will institute a parking violations amnesty program, waiving costly penalities, over the next two months.
Budding scientists from the Montauk School scored several awards at the Long Island Science Congress held on May 16 at the Wheatley School in Old Westbury.
Lorie DeFelice of Eastport was recently crowned the Queen of Coffee by the 7-Eleven retail chain, which recognized her for running the chain’s franchise store at 10 County Road 39A in Southampton.
The Suffolk County Health Department has finally approved the sanitary system to be installed at the town parking lot behind Main Street for the site of the long-awaited privies.
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