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Détente: For Now Peconic Baykeeper And Suffolk County Reach Settlement

Community News - The Federal lawsuit commenced by Peconic Baykeeper in 2004 to reform mosquito control practices has recently concluded in a settlement with Suffolk County and has resulted in positive environmental policy changes.

Annual Windmill Lighting Tradition At Stony Brook Southampton Lives On

by Nicole A. Flotteron
Community News - Tradition reigned king on the East End this weekend, as the beloved windmill on the Stony Brook Southampton campus was lit for the 18th year in a row.

Southampton Town Authorizes Health Care Option For Volunteers

Community News - In a unanimous vote, the Southampton Town Board elected to offer New York State Health Insurance Program (NYSHIP) benefits to active volunteer firefighters and ambulance workers who serve within Southampton Town.

How My Mother Saved Christmas

by Carol Caputo
Community News - Editor's Note: We encourage our readers to share a holiday story that can be enjoyed by all during this festive season. Happy Holidays from Hamptons.com.

Spending Holiday Gift Buying Trends And Tools

Community News - Arnold Worldwide announces their “Mindful Spending Holiday Gift-Buying Trends and Tools 2010.”

First Winter Blizzard Blasts The East End

by Eileen Casey
Community News - As the first winter blizzard hits the East End, authorities advise all motorists to exercise extreme caution while driving. For many, the day after Christmas will be a day of travel, and Mother Nature has decided to dump an expected foot of snow in our area beginning this morning and expected to last through Monday morning.

Storm Stories: East End Left Crippled By Pounding Wind And Surf

by Nicole A. Flotteron
Community News - The last blizzard of 2010 which swept across the area Sunday and Monday has left shorelines on the East End devastated by erosion. Watch Video

Maureen's Haven Makes Appeal For Goods

by Eileen Casey
Community News - The wonderful staff at Maureen's Haven, the local homeless shelter, have issued an appeal to the public for goods.

Hampton Jitney Announces Cancellations

Community News - In anticipation of the inclement weather due to hit the East End on Tuesday evening through Wednesday, the Hampton Jitney has announced cancellations.

The White Stuff Headed Our Way Again!

by Eileen Casey
Community News - The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch to be in effect from Tuesday evening through Wednesday afternoon.

UPDATE: Get Ready 'Cause Here It Comes!

by Eileen Casey
Community News - The brunt of the storm should reach our area between 1 a.m. and 8 a.m. beginning sometime after 7 p.m. this evening with anticipated snowfall accummulations between 8" to 15" in some areas, perhaps mixed with rain and sleet.

Storm 2011: Shovel, Rest, Rest, Shovel!

by Eileen Casey
Community News - Yet another snow storm has made its way through our area causing school and event cancellations Island-wide, and leaving those who must shovel their way out battling gusty winds and freezing temperatures.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: The Word Is Mightier Than The Sword

by Eileen Casey
Community News - In honor of the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (January 15, 1929-April 4, 1968) to be celebrated as a national holiday on January 17, it seemed appropriate given recent events in Arizona and elsewhere to once again be reminded of Dr. King's non-violent advocacy.

Director Of Peace Corps Sargent Shriver Dies

by Eileen Casey
Community News - Robert 'Sargent' Shriver, Jr. passed away on January 18, 2011. He was 95-years-old. A politician and activist, Shriver was the driving force behind the creation of the Peace Corps.

POLICE: Drug Raid In North Sea Neighborhood

Community News - Following a several month long investigation Town Police investigators obtained a search warrant for the residence where Crack Cocaine, was being sold.

Is 2011 The Year You Start A New Business?

Community News - Cynthia Kocialski says “The problem is that most of these wonderful things never make it because the entrepreneur is in love with the technology, and they lack an understanding of the technology business."

Bay Street Presents Film Plus Q & A With Congressman Tim Bishop

by Nicole A. Flotteron
Community News - Every seat in the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor was full Saturday afternoon, as community members gathered for a screening of the 2010 documentary film "Casino Jack and the United States of Money," followed by a question and answer session with Congressman Tim Bishop and Southampton Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst.

Fleming Pushes For Removal Of Damaged Utility Poles

Community News - As a result of legislation brought forth by Councilwoman Bridget Fleming this past fall, utility companies are now required to remove damaged or double poles located within Southampton Town.

UPDATE: It's Back! Heavy Snow Fall Expected For Our Area

by Eileen Casey
Community News - Mother Nature may have a sense of humor but East Enders are no longer amused. Snow is falling across Long Island ahead of a wintry mix that is expected later today.

POLICE: Heroin Rings Supplying Suffolk County Busted

Community News - Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota announced the arrest of 23 suspects in a “Table Top” heroin distribution organization spanning Suffolk County, Nassau County, Queens and Bronx Counties.

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