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This Week in Review:


Presidential Primary Day: How We Voted

The East End of Long Island gave both Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders a higher percentage of the vote in yesterday’s presidential primaries than either candidate received statewide, in contests that saw Mr. Trump and Hillary Clinton walk off with big wins.

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East Hampton


East Hampton Wary As PSEG Pitches Maintenance Work

Electric grid maintenance crews from PSEG-Long Island have become a common sight on East End roads this past spring, due to a FEMA-funded effort underway to strengthen our electric grid’s storm resilience. But the one place those crews haven’t been seen yet is the Town of East Hampton.

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North Fork

At the Wineries

Vineyards Take a New Angle: The Wine is the Star

Musicians searching for gigs at North Fork wineries have often heard this line from vineyard owners who are wary of new music bookings: “The wine is the star.” The Long Island Wine Council is now taking that messaging to the world at large...

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East End Events

Current Affairs
Earth Day
All Events



Fix Proposed for the Big Curve

The Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association has proposed a "doable, affordable and immediate" fix for the intersection at the big curve in the Main Road at the intersection with Love Lane and Old Sound Avenue. But now, the state DOT will have to weigh in. 

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Peconic Landing Brims With Pride Over New Expansion

Residents of Peconic Landing were as excited and antsy in their seats as a bunch of graduating high school kids at a ceremony Thursday morning celebrating the grand opening of a major expansion to the continuing care retirement community.

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Mom Earth Can Do What She Wants. It's Her Day.

I’m a big fan of seeing kids draw pretty drawings of trees, of picking up litter, and planting native gardens, but for some reason this Earth Day it didn’t really seem like the right thing to do for Mom Earth.

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East End

Helicopter Noise

Southold Hopping Mad Over Three Summer Routes

The Eastern Region Helicopter Council has proposed this year that helicopters take one of three voluntary routes on their transition from the offshore North Shore helicopter route to land at East Hampton Airport, instead of all coming in over the Mattituck Inlet.

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Calverton Sports Park

Sports Park Opens with "Riverhead Community Day"

The former Calverton Links golf course will be reborn next weekend as a family sports park, providing paintball, survival races, obstacle courses, music events and mini golf. The new 80-acre Long Island Sports Park will open on April 30 with a free “Riverhead Community Day."

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