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South Fork Boys Lacrosse Loses Its First Playoff Game, But It Doesn’t Diminish What...

The first playoff game in the history of the South Fork boys lacrosse program this past Tuesday, June 8, didn’t go exactly the way...

Pierson’s Jack Duryea Will Continue To Swim At WPI

Jack Duryea has been in the water for more than half of his life, so why stop now? He’s not. The Pierson senior, who has been...

Hamptons Adult Hardball Is Off And Running

After a few postponements, mainly due to weather, the 30-and over, wooden bat Hamptons Adult Hardball league held its inaugural baseball game and opening...

The Spring Postseason Is Underway

While the divisional tournaments for boys tennis this past Friday were the true kickoff of the spring postseason, a good chunk of the season’s...

Pierson Fall Student-Athletes Earn Numerous Postseason Awards

Both Pierson boys and girls cross country teams captured Suffolk County Class D Championships this past fall, and in the process, earned a number...

Former Pierson Athlete, Sag Harbor Resident Hollie Schleicher Wins National Championship

After three consecutive years of devastating losses in the title game, Boston College women’s lacrosse finally broke through, as the program won its first...

Dawgpatch Bandits Install Fitness Station At Long Island Recovery Center In Hampton Bays

After building the Mike Semkus Memorial Workout Area behind Pierson High School last year, the nonprofit Dawgpatch Bandits broke ground on their newest fitness...

South Fork Boys Lacrosse Is On The Verge Of Clinching Its First Postseason Berth

Although not quite official just yet, the South Fork boys lacrosse team is on the verge of clinching its first-ever postseason berth since student-athletes...

Pierson’s Five-Sport Varsity Athlete Brooke Esposito Chooses To Play Soccer At Manhatanville College

Brooke Esposito is the rare kind of athlete who doesn’t need to play the sport her senior year of high school that she expects...

Pierson Baseball ‘Ultra Confident’ As It Mows Down League Competition

Friday’s game between the rival Pierson and Southold baseball teams was supposed to be a barometer to see where the two programs lie: if...

East End Track Classic Is Successfully Revived By Pair Of Coaches

East Hampton High School is typically the site of the East End Classic, a track and field invitational that hosts both boys and girls...

Pierson’s Penelope Greene To Run At SUNY Geneseo

Jim Kinnier has been coaching Pierson girls cross country for 18 years, and while he doesn’t know much of the history of the program...

East Hampton-Pierson Girls Lacrosse Is Navigating Through Its First Ever Division I Season

The East Hampton-Pierson girls lacrosse team is competing in large school Division I for the first time in program history, after competing in Division...

Suffolk County Opens Baseball Season With Coaches Memorial Weekend

The Town of Brookhaven, in conjunction with Section XI and the Suffolk County Baseball Coaches Association, held the first ever Coaches Memorial Opening Weekend...

Pierson’s Ben McErlean To Continue Running Career At Manhattan College

It’s a story Ben McErlean has heard his father, Tom, tell a number of times to a number of people: back when Ben was...

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27Speaks: Promoting Remote Participation In Local Government Meetings

In this week’s edition of 27Speaks, the editors are joined by New York State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele for a discussion on work he’s doing to reform the state’s Open Meetings law to include language that could require local municipalities to utilize video conferencing to provide greater access and remote participation in board meetings.

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Myles Proctor had been scuffling at the plate prior to a key at bat in the top of the 12th inning of Thursday’s wild...

Stephanie Bitis Sentenced To 15 Months For Defrauding Employer Of More Than $300,000

U.S. District Judge Gary R. Brown said he considered Ms. Bitis’s service to the community and the support of her friends, family and current employer and the efforts that she has made so far toward restitution, but considering the “significant magnitude” of the crime plus the fact that she had engaged in similar behavior before, an “incarceratory sentence” was warranted.