East End Beacon

28 June 2014

The Big Day

This Morning’s Bulletin — 7.21.14

Good Morning!  • Hot on the heels of Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell’s announcement last week that Southold plans to join the fight against helicopter noise en route to East Hampton Airport, Congressman Tim Bishop

All in a Weekend: A Round-up of Events on the Forks

Soldier Ride Soldier Ride returns to the Hamptons this weekend, beginning with a free screening of “Soldier Ride: The Movie” in the Amagansett Square Friday night at 7:30 p.m. There will be two soldier ride

This Morning’s Bulletin — 7.18.14

Good Morning! • The Governor saved us from the railroad strike! But you already knew that. Now we can all go back to our regularly scheduled mediocre train service. • If you live along the Main

This Morning’s Bulletin — 7.17.14

Good Morning! • The Hampton Jitney is looking to come to the rescue of East Enders and city folk who would otherwise depend on the Long Island Rail Road, in the event of a railroad

This Morning’s Bulletin — 7.15.14

Good Morning! • The Southold Town Board plans to discuss affordable housing, recycling, helicopter noise and the Fishers Island theater at their 9 a.m. work session this morning. At their 4:30 p.m. meeting this afternoon,

A Garbage District for Flanders?

None of the East End towns, with the exception of Riverhead, has curbside garbage pickup, but members of several civic groups in the Southampton hamlet of Flanders are looking for the town’s help in

All in a Weekend: A Round-Up of Events on the Forks

It’s the height of the summer, and there’s plenty to do around here. Here’s the Beacon’s weekly cheat sheet for the best things to do on the forks. Classic Movies, En Plein Air There are plenty

Declaring Independence from Airport Noise

With just six months left until East Hampton is free of federal requirements to allow broad access to their airport, critics of the noise generated by ever-expanding air traffic there are sensing a potential

This Morning’s Bulletin — 7.10.14

Good Morning! • Two major competing art fairs are opening tonight in Bridgehampton.  ArtHamptons at the Nova’s Ark Sculpture Garden on Millstone Road will be the first to open its doors for a VIP preview at

Bike Trail Expansion Not A Priority at EPCAL

Inside the fence at the old Grumman property in Calverton is a short jaunt of an asphalt-paved bike path, which leads from the ball fields just west and across Route 25 from the Calverton

Southold Likes Farms, Court Directors

Before the North Fork was wine country, it was potato country, and while there are few potato farmers working now, one of the largest potato farms left could soon be preserved forever. The Southold Town

All in a Weekend: A Round-Up of Events on the Forks

It wouldn’t be the Fourth of July without a whole bunch of celebrations, but a few have been rescheduled this weekend due to the lousy weather expected today. The Beacon’s full guide to parades,

Lawmakers Propose Plum Island Remain in Federal Hands as a Preserve

About a year ago, Congressman Tim Bishop and Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal introduced legislation that would keep the federal government from having to sell Plum Island as part if its decision to relocate the

East Hampton: 555 is for Farming, Reviving Accabonac Affordable Housing

The East Hampton Town Board was busy at its Tuesday work session with numerous issues of concern to folks in town. Here’s a quick look of where they’ve moved the ball on several projects: 555 For

Kevin McAllister Forms New Water Protection Group

Deposed Peconic Baykeeper Kevin McAllister is forming a new group to fight for clean water on Long Island. Mr. McAllister, whose name for 16 years was synonymous with the Peconic Baykeeper organization, announced Wednesday morning