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Winter Business Activity Here And There Like The Cold Weather

by Mariah Quinn
Top Stories - East End shop and restaurant owners report mixed business activity this winter which, like the weather, seems to be running hot and cold from Southampton to Montauk.

Bulova Project Expected To Reach SEQRA Vote By End Of Month

by Peter Neely
Top Stories - Following a record 17 public work sessions on the project, Sag Development Partners, applicants on the project, have contributed enough documentation to fill five file boxes that together constitute an expanded Environmental Assessment Form (EAF), addressing issues of noise, public health and safety, traffic, engineering and architectural schematics for the project.

Task Force Scrambles To Save Integrity Of Landmark CPF Program

by Andrea Aurichio
Top Stories - In the wake of revelations concerning the questionable use of money from the CPF fund in East Hampton by Supervisor McGintee, all eyes were once again on State Assemblyman Fred Thiele who concluded the use of the funds to pay town bills was not in line with the original intent of the program.

Legal Action Looms As LIPA Readies For Installation Start Monday

by Andrea Aurichio
Top Stories - The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) moved ahead on its controversial 6.9 kilovolt transmission line this week adhering to its 55/45 burial plan along the nine-mile scenic route from Southampton's substation to a Bridgehampton substation on the Sag Harbor Turnpike, despite strong public outcry to Bury the Lines along the entire route.

Students At Stony Brook Southampton Eager To Cast First Presidential Ballots

by Kelly Carroll
Top Stories - Although the students at SUNY Stony Brook Southampton do not consider their campus to be particularly politically charged, as of Monday morning, Nov. 3, the day before the election, many of them voiced strong support for Democratic nominee Sen. Barack Obama.

Kabot Agrees To Reinstate Three Officers Under Retirement Clause; Board To Vote Thursday

by Kelly Carroll
Top Stories - Even though Southampton Town Supervisor Linda Kabot is planning to add three Southampton Town police officers to a resolution introduced in August allowing only 20 retirement–eligible officers to continue service within the police department next year, Southampton Patrolmen Benevolent Association (PBA) President Patrick Aube has said this compromise is not going to be enough.

We're Havin' A Heat Wave. . .

by Eileen Casey
Top Stories - As scorching heat blasts the Northeast with temperatures exceeding 100 degrees, officials remind citizens about water conservation and other tips.

First 'Probable' Case Of Swine Flu Detected On Long Island; Levy Cautions No Cause For Alarm

by Kelly Carroll
Top Stories - Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy has announced that the county has found its first probable case of the swine flu, the strain of influenza that has been causing somewhat of a panic across the country in the past week. County officials caution concern but not alarm.

Levy Signs Agreement On Gabreski Tech Park Project

by Kelly Carroll
Top Stories - Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy has officially ended the 35-year debate over how best to develop the Francis S. Gabreski Airport facility in Westhampton by signing a 40-year lease agreement with Rechler Equity Partners who will redevelop 55 acres of the sprawling airbase into a business and technology park.

Temporary Restraining Order Issued On Fishing Permit

by Andrea Aurichio
Top Stories - Saltwater fishermen on the East End will be able to cast their lines without securing a permit from the state this week as they have for more than 300 years while their Town Trustees head to State Supreme Court to uphold the right to fish free in town waters.

Watch Tonight's Local Election Results Come In Live

Top Stories - Watch the election results come in live on Hamptons.com with Bill Fleming's Five East End Towns Election Night Roundtable starting at 9 p.m.

Wilkinson Team Moves Into East Hampton Town Hall

by Aaron Boyd
Top Stories - As the new administration enters East Hampton Town Hall, Supervisor Bill Wilkinson and his team, Councilpersons Theresa Quigley and Dominick Stanzione, have begun making the place their own.

It's Back. . .Snow Pelts The East End - Again!

by Eileen Casey
Top Stories - As the song says "It's a new dawn - it's a new day" however East Enders are not "feelin' so good" as Mother Nature just keeps piling on the white stuff, as a Winter Storm Warning is now in effect until 6 a.m. Saturday.

UPDATE: It's Back! ABC Back On Air For Cablevision Viewers

by Eileen Casey
Top Stories - Charles Schueler, Cablevision's executive vice president of communications, said "We are happy to report that WABC Channel 7 has returned to Cablevision's three million New York area homes. We are very grateful to our customers for their support and pleased to welcome ABC back.”

Governor Outlines Storm Readiness For State

Top Stories - Governor Andrew M. Cuomo outlined New York State's preparations and urged New Yorkers to take precautions for the ice, sleet and snow storms that has all of New York State under a Winter Storm Watch or Warning for today through Wednesday.

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