Southampton Town Councilman Bradley Bender, 54, of Northampton, resigned from the town board Tuesday after pleading guilty in federal court Tuesday morning to conspiring to illegally distribute pain pills.
According to a statement issued Tuesday
State lawmakers announced this week they have raised $1 million through the New York State State and Municipal Facilities Program to help support the construction of Good Ground Park in Hampton Bays.
Southampton Town purchased the property just north
After a week that saw nearly daily arrests and protests on the Montauk beachfront over the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ work to install geotextile bags along the shore, East Hampton Town representatives and
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
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
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
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.
Most eyes were in Riverhead Tuesday night,
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,
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
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,
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
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