East End Beacon
Peconic River sunset, Wednesday

This Morning’s Bulletin — 10.27.16

Good Morning! • Rain is likely between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. today, then showers after 1 p.m. The high temperature will be near 49, with wind chill values between 30 and 40 early and

State Assemblyman Fred Thiele, moderator Peter Lowenstein, State Senate candidate Greg Fischer and State Senator Ken LaValle at the Oct. 16 CCOM forum.

And Now, A Little Bit About This Year’s State Races

In the hubbub over this year’s campaigns for national office, you may be forgiven if you forget that there are many state lawmakers running for office this year as well. Down on the South Fork, State

All Quiet on the New Suffolk Waterfront

This Morning’s Bulletin — 10.26.16

Good Morning! • Today will be sunny, with a high near 50 degrees and wind chill values between 25 and 35 early, with the wind out of the northwest at 13 to 17 miles per hour.

Rebecca Edana, Andrew Botsford, Matthew O'Connor and Matthew Conlon in HTC's production of November" | Tom Kochie photo

HTC’s “November” Offers Refuge From Rancid Campaign

Maybe you thought you’d had enough of politics this year, but if your attention has been sucked into the vacuum of the current presidential election, the Hampton Theatre Company’s new production of David Mamet’s

Anna Throne-Holst and Lee Zeldin at Tuesday's environmental forum.

Congressional Candidates Show Their Environmental Stripes

East End Congressman Lee Zeldin and his challenger, former Southampton Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst, shared their starkly different positions on the Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers projects at an environmental forum

Casey (Nicole Bianco) meets Aaron (Sam Notaro) in NFCT's production of "First Date" | Katharine Schroeder photo for NFCT

NFCT Takes Audiences On a Thorny, Familiar “First Date”

Blind dates sure can be awkward occasions, so you’ll have to forgive the North Fork Community Theatre’s new musical production, “First Date,” for starting out on an awkward note. The goal is to make

Neo-Political Cowgirls' "Hysteria"

Neo-Political Cowgirls to Haunt Amagansett Farmers Market

The Amagansett Food Institute and the performance art troupe The Neo-Political Cowgirls have teamed up for Halloween weekend to bring “Hysteria,” a beautiful, immersive terror, to the Amagansett Farmers Market. Groups of ten audience members

A graphical description of saltwater intrusion in the LICAP report.

Hearings to be held on Long Island State of the Aquifer Report

The Long Island Commission for Aquifer Protection (LICAP) will present the Commission’s new State of the Aquifer report for public input at public hearings in the upcoming week in both Nassau and Suffolk Counties. The first

“God of Carnage” Opens at Southampton Cultural Center

Center Stage at Southampton Cultural Center will present Yasmina Reza’s “God of Carnage” Thursday, Oct. 13 through Sunday, Oct. 30. The Tony-award winning play involves two sets of parents who meet to attempt to discuss an altercation between their

Chris Fretto proposed to Katie Smith at last fall's production of "Little Shop of Horrors"

NFCT’s “First Date,” A Beginning, and a Love Story

The North Fork Community Theatre’s new production of “First Date,” opening this coming Thursday, Oct. 13, is a story we’ve all been through in the search for true love. But for the show’s director, Chris

Sag Harbor's outer mooring field, as viewed Monday from Havens Beach.

State Grants Sag Harbor Authority Over Outer Mooring Field

Boaters who visit with Sag Harbor have long maintained a haphazard mooring field outside of the village’s breakwater, where vessels that have a deep draft or no access to the moorings on the village’s existing

Steven E. Skrynecki | Nassau County Police Department photo

Southampton Appoints New Police Chief

The Southampton Town Board has appointed Nassau County Police Chief Steven E. Skrynecki as the town’s new police chief. He will take office on January 16, 2017, and Southampton Town Police Captain Lawrence Schurek will

The Kropp Boarding House on North Phillips Avenue

Southampton Takes Meetings on the Road

Southampton Town is continuing its public meeting road show in the month of October, with a series of town board meetings, work sessions and special meetings at public locations throughout town. The month’s events kicks


Pitch In To Protect Pitch Pines with LINPI

The Long Island Native Plant Initiative is joining up with several environmental agencies to launch three pitch pine cone harvesting gatherings in the Central Pine Barrens this fall. The events are being held in partnership with

The home page for East Hampton Town's new website.

A New Website for East Hampton Town

East Hampton Town unveiled a shiny new website last week that does much to bring the town into the modern era of user-friendly web design. Town board members received a peek at the functionality of