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Alleged Bloods Gang Member Indicted In Fatal Hit-And-Run: DA
SOUTHAMPTON, NY — An alleged member of the Bloods street gang was indicted Thursday in connection with a fatal Southampton hit and run, Suffolk County District Attorney Tim Sini said.
Sunrise Highway, County Road 39 To Close For U.S. Open Pedestrian Bridge Cleanup - Southampton
A stretch of Sunrise Highway and County Road 39 will be closed next week as the pedestrian bridge that led to the U.S. Open is deconstructed.The roads will be closed from 9 p.m. on Tuesday night through 5 a.m. on Wednesday morning from the Hampton Bays exit on Sunrise Highway through the Flying Poin
Shelter Island Police Department blotter - Shelter Island Reporter
SUMMONSESOn June 5, Jason T. Scott of Shelter Island was ticketed on North Ferry Road for driving while using a cellphone without a hands-free device. On June 8, William A. Lopez of Greenport received a summons for unlicensed vehicle operation on West Neck Road. Anthony L. Colavito of New Rochelle w
Teen Missing From Riverhead: Cops
According to Riverhead Town Police, the detective division is currently investigating and attempting to find Luis Garcia, 17, who left the Timothy Hill Children's Ranch without permission on June 16 and is possibly in the western Suffolk area of Huntington.
Southold Town says food trucks at wineries not a permitted use - Suffolk Times
The Southold Town Board has officially notified local wineries that food trucks are not a permitted use within the town code. Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell and Councilman Bill Ruland, member of the Agricultural Advisory Committee, met with local winery representatives at an informal meeting
New Pop Up Hamptons Visitors' Center Coming Soon At Macy's
HAMPTON BAYS, NY — Visitors to the East End this summer can find an array of info on the area while doing some shopping, too.
Village will ask for lower speed limit on Front and Main - Suffolk Times
After months of discussion on reducing the speed limit throughout Greenport Village, the village board has decided to vote on a resolution to ask New York State to lower the speed limit from 30 mph to 25 mph on Front Street and Main Street, which are both state roads.
Town Officials Seek Opinion From State On Legality Of Rose Hill Road Deal - Southampton
Town officials are seeking advice from the state to determine whether a deal between the Southampton Town Trustees and a homeowner on Rose Hill Road in Water Mill, which allowed him to encroach onto the property in exchange for maintaining it, was in fact legal.
Southold Police Detective Honored For 32 Years Of Service
SOUTHOLD, NY — A well-loved Southold Town Police Department detective was met by a crowd Tuesday who came to watch him during his final walk out, after 32 years of dedicated service.
1 Month Later, Volunteers Search Desperately For Missing Boater
Almost four weeks of agonizing days and nights as the broken-hearted mother waits for the phone call that has never come — a phone call with news of her beautiful daughter Sofia,who went missingwith her friend Spencer Mugford, 20, on the Long Island Sound on Memorial Day weekend.
Supervisor: Riverhead railroad station in line for another makeover by MTA | RiverheadLOCAL
A day after voting to remove an unsightly “trash corral” in the riverfront parking lot, and as it considers legislation to crack down on blighted buildings, the town board took up the subject of cleaning up other trouble spots.
Missing Riverhead Teen Found Safe Upstate: Cops
RIVERHEAD, NY — An18-year old girl missingfrom Riverhead for more than a month has been found safe, police said.
Nassau County Police Officers Charged In Alleged Casino Plot, Drug Ring
One allegedly plotted to carry out a casino heist, while the other two face charges in a drug ring, authorities said.
Town pulls the plug on riverfront trash corral approved in 2012 | RiverheadLOCAL
“We have tried and tried working with the business owners downtown, primarily the restaurants, to have them take care of that corral,” Hubbard said. The arrangement was set up “to help them,” he said, “but they’ve taken complete advantage of it.”
Mattituck BOE to vote on hiring new superintendent, Jill Gierasch
The school board will vote to approve a five-year contract with Ms. Gierasch, beginning Aug. 1 and effective until July 31, 2023.
Have You Seen This Man? Waterford Police Are Looking For Him: PD
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Town asked to reconsider law prohibiting docks at Hashamomuck Pond - Suffolk Times
Homeowners have been in contact the Board of Trustees, who seem to be in favor of a change, Ms. Moore said.
Riverhead dumpster corral gets dumped - Riverhead News Review
The agreement was signed with a group called the Downtown Riverhead Southside Business Owners, which includes PeraBell Food Bar, Sweet Tart Frozen Yogurt Cafe, Taqueria Cielito Lindo, Mazi, Tweeds Restaurant & Buffalo Bar, Riverhead Vacuum & Sewing Center, Dark Horse Restaurant, Giancalone Insurance
Residents voice opposition to United Riverhead Terminal application | RiverheadLOCAL
United Riverhead Terminal, owner and operator of the petroleum storage facilities and offshore platform in Northville since 2012, says it seeks to add the biofuel storage tanks at the facility in order to comply with a state law requiring heating oil wholesalers to sell heating oil blended with 5-pe
Brinkmann Hardware submits site plan for new Mattituck shop - Suffolk Times
Brinkmann Hardware, a family-owned business with fives stores on Long Island, including VanKemenade Paint in Jamesport, has submitted a site plan for a new store to the Planning Board for further review, despite having faced an unwelcoming crowd in September at a Mattituck-Laurel Civic Association m