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Court Deals Another Blow To Sand Land in Noyac

In an April 5 decision, the Appellate Term of the New York State Supreme Court upheld Southampton’s right to enforce zoning code violations at the sand mine and composting facility the company owns on Millstone Road in Noyac.

Experts Say More is Needed to Combat Tick Dissease

To mark the start of what has commonly become known on the East End as "tick season," Stony Brook University held a symposium last week at the university's Health Sciences Center.

Sag Harbor School Board Election To Be Uncontested

With the emergence of two candidates for two school board seats this year, Susan Schaefer and Jordana Sobey, the Sag Harbor School District will have an uncontested school board race for the first time since 2010.

East Hampton Town Board Hears Options for Airport Restrictions

The East Hampton Town Board on Tuesday was presented with eight options for measures that could combat noise generated by flights in and out of the East Hampton Airport

Former Councilman Adds Voice To Public Discussion of Opioid Epidemic

“Good evening. I’m Brad Bender and I’m a grateful, recovering addict,” said the former Southampton Town councilman who spent nearly a year in prison after pleading guilty in late 2015 to illegally selling the painkiller oxycodone.
Bridget Fleming.

Government: Laibowitz Tapped, Reefs at the Tappan Zee, Congressional Race Heats Up

Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming announced this week that she had appointed Danielle B. Laibowitz to the Suffolk County Women’s Advisory Commission.

STAR To Make Splash of Pool Plans

Southampton Town Aquatics & Recreation Inc., which has proposed the construction of an aquatics center at Red Creek Park in Hampton Bays will hold a public forum at Southampton Town Hall on May 1.

Water Quality Advisory Issued for East Quogue

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation announced this week it had issued a water quality advisory for a neighborhood in East Quote.

Douglas Elliman Gifts Town $50,000 for Good Ground Park

A check for the funds was presented by Carl Benincasa, Regional Vice President of Sales for the Hamptons, and accepted by Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman. 

Express Sessions To Focus on Renewable Energy

The Sag Harbor Express will continue its fourth Express Sessions panel discussion with a focus on the development of renewable energy on the South Fork on Friday, April 20.

Breathe: Earth Day Celebration & Wellness Weekend

The South Fork Natural History Museum will do its part to commemorate the occasion with an Earth Day Celebration & Wellness Weekend, starting Friday at 7 p.m.

Route 114 Road Work to Begin Tuesday, DOT Says

Road resurfacing on Route 114 is expected to begin Tuesday, April 17, on a 4.5-mile stretch between Stephen Hands Path and Division Street

Preservation Long Island Recognizes Sag Harbor Historian, Library

Longtime local historian Zachary Studenroth and the recently restored and renovated John Jermain Memorial Library are being lauded by Preservation Long Island.

Village Unveils Fees for Using Parks, Long Wharf, Beaches

Using Long Wharf, Marine Park, Windmill Park or Havens Beach will cost $250 per day, while blocking a single parking space for a day will cost $50 — down from the previously discussed figure of $75 per day.

Incumbents Will Run for School Board in Bridgehampton

Douglas DeGroot, Lillian Tyree-Johnson and Ronald White will file petitions next Monday to seek new terms as members of the Bridgehampton School Board of Education.

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Editorial: A Good Connection

A small group of Noyac residents this week proved that speaking up to government officials can bring results.

Editorial: Other Options

Cities like Fort Myers, Florida, Malibu, California and Seattle, Washington have gone as far as banning plastic straws, stirrers and utensils.

“Trashy Fashy” — a Discarded Plastic Doll — Hopes To Raise Awareness About Pollution

It all began with an abandoned plastic doll on a stunning beach, and the nagging notion that the seaside façade hid something far less unspoiled.