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Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opens in Riverhead

Julie Lofstad Takes Southampton Special Election By A Wide Margin


Hampton Bays native Julie Lofstad was victorious by a wide margin Tuesday night in the special election to fill the Southampton Town Board seat vacated by Bradley Bender. Ms. Lofstad, a Democrat, took home 2,771 votes or 61.7 percent of the vote while her Republican opponent, Richard Yastrzemski, took home 1,721 votes, or 38.3 percent.  Read More...

DEC Looking for Feedback on Nitrogen Action Plan


The New York Department of Environmental Conservation is currently working on a “conceptual draft scope” document for their Long Island Nitrogen Action Plan, designed to address the harm that excess nitrogen from septic systems and fertilizers is doing to our aquatic and marineecosystems.   Read More...



Welcome to Tim Motz's Hamptons

In Tim Motz’s Hamptons, aliens fly in and buy up all the beer. Women order their lovers through the mail, waiting for them to arrive in big crates. Guys get dumped for Jesus. Women threaten to talk God’s ear off once they reach the pearly gates. If you hate your boss, you can sail into the sun on a green balloon. And love is margarine, spread all around.  Read more...

In the Peconic Bathub:

Peconic Estuary Program Plans Packed Spring Schedule

The Peconic Estuary Program, established in 1993 when the Peconic Bays were declared an Estuary of National Significance by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, is planning a slew of late winter and spring events surrounding the Peconic Bays. Read More..

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Congressman Lee Zeldin to Open Riverhead Office


Congressman Lee Zeldin is opening an East End district satellite office at 30 West Main Street in Riverhead on February 1. The office will be in Suite 201 and will be open every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Read More...

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