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Much Hope Heading Into 2015 Scallop Season

Riverside Community Tells Tales of Hope for Future

More than 100 residents of Riverside and its environs showed up at a Southampton Town Board hearing Thursday night to tell and hear tales of the long history of violence, drugs and prostitution that had laid waste to their community over the past several decades. But they also came with something new: hope for the future.   Read More....

Who-Done-It Turned Humanist Tale Lights Up the Quogue Stage


The line between a criminal act and morally objectionable behavior can be a thin one, but the space surrounding that line is ripe for theater. The Hampton Theatre Company’s opening play of their 31st season, J.B. Priestley’s “An Inspector Calls,” makes great use of this rich territory, serving up a cautionary story of the interconnected web of humanity, disguised in a rich package of intrigue.  Read More...

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Election Info


Take a stroll through our election coverage from throughout the East End...   Read More...

And Also, Set Your Clocks Back This Morning Before You Do Anything Else!

The Southampton Town Board Showdown


Southampton’s Town Board race this year brings three political newcomers to the stage in the quest for two seats on the board. Southampton Republicans are putting up two attorneys, Damon Hagan and incumbant Christine Scalera, this year, while Democrats have chosen two engineers to run for town board.   Read More....

Riverside Trooper Barracks Changes Worry Community


Members of the Bay View Pines Civic Association will be hosting the commander of the New York State Trooper barracks on Route 104 to their next meeting on Nov. 6 to discuss the state’s decision to cut staffing and dispatching from that barracks. Read More...

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