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President Trump's Visit To Southampton Expected To Impact Traffic To East End Friday - Southampton
For security reasons, Captain Schurek would not say what roads were expected to be closed, he said any roads that are closed will be closed only as the president’s motorcade passes, and then reopened.
Montauk Drug Distribution Ring Dismantled: DA
MONTAUK, NY — A major takedown of an alleged Montauk drug distribution ring is set to be unveiled today, according to Suffolk County District Attorney Tim Sini.
Drunk Man Caught Masturbating On Beach: Cops
GREENPORT, NY — An intoxicated Greenport man was caught masturbating at a popular beach, police said.
Polish Town Fair returns to Riverhead this weekend - Riverhead News Review
The Polka Dance festival, which is from 5 to 11 p.m., is part of the 43rd annualPolish Town Fairtaking place Saturday and Sunday.
Sag Pizza Denied Outdoor Seating By Sag Harbor Village Board - Sag Harbor
At Tuesday's meeting, the Village Board voted 3-2 against owners Michael Cinque and Laurent Tourondel's application for the newly-opened restaurant that was previously the home of the famed Conca D'Oro pizzeria. This was after the restaurant was ticketed for holding outdoor dining last Friday, Augus
Man arrested for allegedly masturbating near 67 Steps Beach - Suffolk Times
Timothy Webb Clark, 53, was arrested shortly after two women called police to report the incident about 7:20 p.m. He was located in a car that matched a description given by the women and found to be driving drunk.
Art Dealer Buys Homes That Once Belonged To Fairfield Porter - Southampton Village & Surrounding Areas
In the “this is appropriate” category, a well-known New York art dealer has just bought the home once owned by Fairfield Porter, one of the more well-known East End artists. The property at 49 South Main Street in Southampton was purchased by Andrea Glimcher for $4.8 million.
Massive Drug Bust Rocks Some Of Montauk's Hottest Establishments
HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork)— Suffolk County officials said Thursday that they have taken down a large drug ring in the summer tourist hot spot of Montauk. And the culprits, they said, brazenly dealt right out of popular restaurants.
Own this tiny Sag Harbor village home from 1970, asking $1.125M
A compact 1,000-square-footSag Harborvillage home at 71 Franklin Avenue has just come on the market for $1,125,000 under Saunders Real Estate agent, Romaine Gordon.
Piece of sunken sailboat surfaces in Greenport — maybe - Shelter Island Reporter
ANNABELLE WOODWARD PHOTO From left, Gary Mangus, Bob Meyers, and Mimi Meyers stand on Conkling Point, with Shelter Island behind them, holding the 10-foot plank of wood that is suspected to be a piece of Badger.
Republican assembly candidate asks court to overturn board of elections decision tossing his nominating petitions | RiverheadLOCAL
Mike Yacbich, left, seeks to challenge incumbent Anthony Palumbo in a party primary election Sept. 13.
Buy or pass? Town Board debates Fresh Pond land purchase - Shelter Island Reporter
Those in favor of the purchasing the lot, which has a house and a garage, for $719,000 cash and acknowledgment of a $100,000 donation of property value to the town — to offset Mr. Novak’s capital gains tax — believe it will reap several benefits for Fresh Pond and the community.
Southampton Town Plans To Purchase The Bel-Aire Cove Motel In Hampton Bays For Redevelopment - Hampton Bays
Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman said the town offered to purchase the property for $1,060,000 through the town’s community development program. Once purchased, he said, the town would tear down the motel and obtain the necessary permits for redevelopment. At that point, the town would put the prope
2 Busted For Selling Alcohol To Minors In Hamptons: Cops
WESTHAMPTON, NY — Two cashiers were arrested after selling alcohol to minors during a recent underage drinking enforcement operation in Southampton Town, police said.
Skeletal Remains Found At Construction Site In Shinnecock Hills - Hampton Bays
“They were just using regular shovels, rakes and a shifter with absolutely no understanding of proper procedure for the preservation of the site,” he said. “They would never go into an archaeological site with any of those tools because they’re not made for those sensitive areas.”
Looking Back: East End Seaport Museum opened its doors 25 years ago - Suffolk Times
“The disappearing fisheries,” has been designed to explore the fisheries of eastern Long Island from both historical and ecological perspectives, and educate visitors about the natural and commercial history of fishing on the East End.
Human Remains Found In Hamptons: Cops
According to Southampton Town Police, Suffolk County homicide detectives are investigating human remains discovered in a wooded lot, located on Hawthorne Road, at 1 p.m.
American Table: Facing a glut of cherry tomatoes? Turn ‘em into a cobbler
Often, I make a simple fresh tomato sauce with cherry tomatoes, but this week, on a rainy day, I was craving summertime comfort food. There is nothing more comforting than homemade biscuits and I had all those cherry tomatoes. so I decided to combine them and make a biscuit-topped cobbler. Just the
President To Fly Into Gabreski On Friday - Westhampton Beach
Chris Boyle, the campaign communications director for U.S. Representative Lee Zeldin, was unable to share any information on Tuesday regarding the president’s visit to the South Fork.
Drunk Driver Caught Speeding In Calverton: Cops
According to New York State Police, Justin D. Galbraith, 30, of Farmingdale, was arrested on Sunday at 2:12 a.m. on New York State Route 25 near Manor Road after he was stopped for speeding.