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This Morning’s Bulletin — 11.24.15

Good Morning! • We’re expecting areas of frost before 9 a.m. today, but otherwise it will be partly sunny, with a high near 44 degrees but wind chill values between 20 and 30 degrees. Tonight will

Gleanings & the mist.

This Morning’s Bulletin — 11.23.15

Good Morning! • Chilly weather is here. We’re expecting sunny skies today, with a high near 44 degrees but wind chill values between 20 and 30. It will be breezy, with a northwest wind 16

An artist's rendering of Peconic Landing's Memory Care Center, now under construction.

Peconic Landing Seeking Innovative Sculpture for New Memory Care Center

Peconic Landing in Greenport has issued an open call for artists for its award-winning “Art Without Barriers” sculpture garden series, which is now in its third year. The garden is the East End’s only handicapped

A track excavator blocks the entrance to the Montauk beach construction site.

CCOM Weighs in on Montauk Beachfront Fracas

Environmental Group Backs Sand Solution, Urges Community to Get Involved with Long-Term Plan for Coastal Resiliency The following is a statement released by the Concerned Citizens of Montauk on Tuesday, Nov. 10 outlining their position

Lorraine Dusky and her daughter, Jane, at Rockafeller Center

Sag Harbor’s Lorraine Dusky on Her Lifelong Quest for Adoption Reform

When Sag Harbor journalist Lorraine Dusky gave her daughter up for adoption in 1966, she regretted the decision immediately. But she had little idea at the time that the experience would be the genesis

On Kirk Park Beach in Montauk Saturday morning.

Arrests & Anger as Army Corps Turns Montauk Oceanfront into Sand Mine

As contractors working for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began work excavating the beach along downtown Montauk to fill geotextile tubes with sand to shore up the beach in front of downtown hotels,

East End Supervisors

A Night for Incumbents Across the East End

It was a night for incumbents in town races across the East End, with all incumbent town supervisors and sitting town council members re-elected to their seats. Riverhead Town Most eyes were in Riverhead Tuesday night,

Peconic Bay Scallop Season Opening Day, 2014

Much Hope Heading in to 2015 Scallop Season

Last year’s Peconic Bay scallop season was the second year in a row of good news for the struggling East End scallop fishery, and environmental factors are shaping up for the possibility of another

Southampton Town Board candidates

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,

trooper barracks

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

Accabonac Harbor

DEC Closes More East End Shellfish Beds, Citing Federal Coliform Concerns

The State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has just announced new emergency regulations that will close 1,844 acres of bays and harbors to shellfishing in Brookhaven, Huntington, Islip, Smithtown, Riverhead, Southampton, Southold, East Hampton and

Daren Kelly, Amanda Griemsmann, Anthony Famulari, Susan Galardi and Spencer Scott. Tom Kochie photo

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,

Seining Friday morning at Veterans Beach

Today in the Life of the Peconic Estuary

From Lazy Point in Napeague to the Potato Dock in Orient to the headwaters of the Peconic River at Brookhaven National Lab, nearly 900 students from 17 schools throughout the East End spend today on

Jay Schneiderman Richard Yastrzemski

Yastrzemski and Schneiderman Show Off Differing Leadership Styles in Southampton Debate

If you live in Southampton, you’ve probably had some notion of who both Richard Yastrzemski and Jay Schneiderman are for quite some time now — Mr. Yastrzemski, who has served on the Southampton Village

Susan Galardi, Edward A. Brennan and Amanda Griemsmann. Tom Kochie photo.

HTC Season Kicks Off With An Unusual British Thriller

The Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue launches into its 31st season today with a British thriller unlike any you have seen before. J.B Priestley’s “An Inspector Calls” is celebrating the 70th anniversary of its first production

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