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2 of 3 Alleged Drug Conspirators Charged with Manslaughter in Death of Customer

Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini turned the media spotlight on three alleged East End drug dealers on Monday to highlight his office’s decision to charge two of them with second-degree manslaughter for the overdose death of one of their customers.

Lys, Schiavoni to Speak at League Forum

The League of Women Voters of the Hamptons will host a forum next week with the newest members of the East Hampton and Southampton town boards.

Ross School To Host Eminent Buddhist Monk and Professor

Tenzin Yignyen, a Buddhist monk and visiting professor at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, will return to the Ross School on Monday, March 18

Bridgehampton Parents Debate Administrators Versus Teachers in School Budget

A handful of parents on Wednesday grilled Bridgehampton School officials over the district’s proposal to add more money to administrative salaries in its proposed budget than it is planning to add for the hiring of new teachers.

New Kiosk, Trail Markers At Cedar Point Park Were Boy Scout’s Final Step to...

What one county parks official has dubbed “the nicest kiosk we have in all of the Suffolk County park system” is in place overlooking the beach at the head of the trail to the old lighthouse at Cedar Point Park. Finished in November, the kiosk and new cedar markers along the restored sandy path, which was washed away by Hurricane Sandy in 2012, are all ready for spring’s hikers, thanks to Sag Harbor’s Boy Scout Troop 455 and its newest Eagle Scout, Tristan Remkus of North Haven.

Independence Party Taps Gruber for East Hampton Supervisor

The East Hampton Independence Party last week nominated former town Democratic leader and party guru David Gruber to run for town supervisor against Democratic incumbent Peter Van Scoyoc and Republican challenger Richard Myers.

Van Scoyoc: Town “Probably” Won’t Ink Any Beach Lane Cable Deal for Offshore Wind...

It wasn’t exactly a pledge but Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc did tell a record crowd at the Wainscott Citizens Advisory Committee’s meeting on Saturday that he doubted the Town of East Hampton would allow the transmission cable for the proposed South Fork Wind Farm to come ashore at Beach Lane until a full “Article 7” review of the overall project is completed by the New York State Public Service Commission.

Government: Bellone Has Plan to Restore Tax Deductions, Energy Program Approved

Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone announced Tuesday that the county has created what he called a comprehensive action plan to protect homeowners negatively impacted by new federal tax laws.

Southampton GOP Taps Greg Robins of North Sea To Challenge Schneiderman for Supervisor

Greg Robins, a veteran North Sea fireman and community leader, has been nominated by the Southampton Town Republican Committee to challenge incumbent Democrat Jay Schneiderman for town supervisor in the 2019 general election.

Plan to Turn Rt. 114 Warehouse into Office Complex Gains Ground

Correcting a miscalculation will help Stephen Loeffler move one step closer to converting a former plumbing shop that is now a warehouse at 152 Hampton Road (Route 114) into a six-unit office complex.

South Fork Commuter Connection Kicks Off Monday Morning

The maiden voyage of the South Fork Commuter Connection went off as planned Monday morning despite snow, sleet and slush — and some confusion.

Bridgehampton School Trims Budget, Plans Community Forum

Bridgehampton School District officials will give a presentation on their proposed 2019-2020 budget during a community forum on Wednesday, March 6, at 7 p.m. in the school gym.

A Code Written to Protect Sag Harbor Village

When the village began to face significant development pressure in its downtown, then-mayor Gregory Ferraris led a group of lawmakers and consultants in a revision of the village zoning code in 2007.

Pierson Grad Honored as Riverhead Police Officer of the Year

For her quick thinking and bravery, Officer Kaley Castantine was honored on February 8 by the Riverhead Police Benevolent Association as its Officer of the Year.

Two Downtown Projects Hinge on Sewer Extensions

In January, a newly formed Sag Harbor Village committee began discussing whether the village’s sewage treatment system should be expanded. Meanwhile, two major downtown development proposals hinge on extended sewer lines to proceed.

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Editorial: Shared Services in Bridgehampton

Parents and even one member of its own board of education were understandably frustrated at a budget forum at the Bridgehampton School earlier this month when it was announced the district has proposed money to support the hiring of additional administrators

SANS Is Sag Harbor’s Newest New York State Historic Landmark

The three communities, which go by the acronym SANS, are officially on the New York State Register of Historic Places as of Thursday afternoon.